SU Students of Color Retreat
Application deadline extended!
Applications Now due Weds, Feb 20th by Noon
The Seattle University Student of Color Retreat (SUSOC) is designed to foster the personal growth and quality of life for students of color at SU. This 3 day, two night opportunity will offer 14 students dedicated time to focus on wellness, self-reflection, dialogue, and partnerships.
Apply Now! Visit the following website to download application: www.seattleu.edu/oma
Retreat Dates: Friday, March 1st @ 3:00pm – Sunday, March 3rd @ 2:00pm Retreat Location:
Camp Casey Conference Center, Whidbey Island
Cost: FREE! All transportation, housing, meals, and supplies are provided at no cost.
Questions: email@example.com or 206-296-6070.
More about the retreat
Who is encouraged to attend: This retreat is open to undergraduate, graduate, and law students are African American/Black, Asian, South Asian, West Asian/Arab, Pacific Islander, Chican@, Latin@, Native American, First Nations, Alaska Native, or Mixed-race/Multiracial and currently enrolled at Seattle University .
What to past participants have to say about SUSOC?
“For me, it was a “one in a lifetime experience” it was empowering to be amongst those who are going through similar issues and struggles, the activities I went through helped me understand more about myself and my culture. It was nice to form friendships that I can count on and know that they "know" what I am going through and experiencing.”
“I learned from others in my shoes how to manage the stress involved with being a student of color, as well as learned that I have a community. Learning that others are there for you in such a bonded way could never be taught in a classroom.”
SUSOC participants will:
· Identify and connect with sources of resilience · Develop strategies for integrating resilience practices into daily life · Practice reflection and contemplation · Engage in community-building dialogues · Acquire tools for collaboration, including allyship and partnership · Cultivate personal wellness as a social justice practice