The Post-College Transition

By Helyn Luisi-Mills

While I was in college my InterVarsity staff worker led a small group through a six-week course about understanding money and its role in our life and faith.

By Adam Jeske

God knows you, loves you a lot, and wants to lead you. You should ask God where to go and then go.

By Brittany Small

“Brittany, are you going to Urbana?” asked my senior small group leader “I don’t know. It’s a lot of money, but I might sign up later,” I responded. That was freshman year. I never did sign up. Three years later, “Brittany, are you going to Urbana?” asked my staff-member. I replied, “Yeah, I’m all signed up!” 

By Ryan Gaffney

It’s been one week since my return to campus, fired up after InterVarsity’s first ever Ambition conference for chapter planting.

By Jessica Fick

When I started college, I made a study plan to ace my classes and connected with an InterVarsity chapter to grow spiritually. However as I sat in a “freshman success” seminar listening to the presenter explain the importance of caring for mind, bodies, and souls during college, I realized that I wasn’t quite clear on how to plan for making healthy choices on campus.

By Sarah Kirk

Moving half-way across the country brings more than just geographical changes.

By Amy Hauptman

“What is your major?” “What are you passionate about?” “What do you want to do after graduation?” These are the questions that college students are always being asked.

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