Student Activity Cornerstone Events

Student Leadership Retreat: At this event, students are provided with an excellent opportunity to get to know other students and staff. Students will also have great opportunities to learn about themselves and how to more effectively interact with others.

Welcome Week: The purpose of this event is to make it easy for students to get to know each other, as well as to learn about campus and community resources.

Peace Week: At this event, students are able to demonstrate personal expressions of what peace means to them and reflect on peace related topics and how they relate to their self-understanding and spiritual awareness. The week offers opportunities to listen to and interact with guest speakers and artists. The event encourages students to learn about cultures, ideas and belief systems.

Leadership Development: These event provides students with the opportunity to build skills for their future. The events offers exciting speakers and events such as an etiquette lunch and business expo.

Art & Culture Events: These events are focused on building awareness of cultural experience through activities such as experiential painting, films, lectures and other participatory events. The purpose of these events are to enhance socialization using art and culture as a starting point, and relating contemporary culture to various historical and cultural artifacts.

Kids and Sibs: For students with children or siblings to involve the children in their college lives. These events range from on-campus Build-a-Buddy or Halloween events to movie nights.Health & Wellness: These events offer students, faculty and staff the opportunity to participate in sports and activities on a competitive and recreational level. Sports include dodgeball, flag football, ultimate frisbee, basketball, volleyball and more. In addition, there are many recreational activities available on campus such as corn toss, ping-pong, pool, bingo and gaming tournaments. Students can also attend group fitness classes such as yoga, Zumba® and others. Off-campus recreation includes kayaking, team competitions and more. Special annual, end-of-term events include Quista Bowl-Students vs. Faculty and Staff Flag Football (game held at the end of fall term after graduation) and Softball Game-Students vs. Faculty and Staff (game held at the end of spring term, after graduation).

Students are required to complete a waiver and wear appropriate attire. All intramural programs are free for PHSC students and staff to participate. Contact your Student Activities office or visit the Student Activities web page to get more information or view a schedule of events for your campus.