2017 Freshman Retreat

2017 Freshman Retreat - September 15-17

Staff Applications are OPEN NOW! Apps close on March 31.

Enjoy a weekend away with your new friends and prepare yourself spiritually for the year!

Please fill out the following registration form to reserve your spot today!

https://docs.google.com/a/udallas.edu/forms/d/1pncwXEJ4_Oa64RcoLLyCT5MPE5SYr8wKeglUvVC0-Zs/edit?ts=5976b6c4

There is a $30 fee for all retreatants, and can be paid with check or cash in the Office of Campus Ministry located in Upstairs Haggar.

For those who may not be able to afford the cost of the retreat, come speak with our director, Contact Nick L√≥pez at x5080 or at nicklopez@udallas.edu for assistance.

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