Indiana winters can be long and dreary, and the spring semester offers very few breaks; so we’ve created our own! Every year, we set aside time to retreat together to the woods, disconnecting from school, work, and technology so that we might gather as a community of women to seek after God’s heart. Whether you’re an “old” student or a new one, you’ll benefit from a break in routine to be refreshed and connect with other young women in a beautiful setting.
This year, we’re excited to announce a new venue! Having long outgrown our former space, we’re headed to Camp Tecumseh where we’ll enjoy a scenic location, good food, spacious facilities including a bed for every attendee, and even an indoor rock climbing wall—all within 30 minutes of Purdue!
And because we really want to make this weekend impactful for as many of you as possible, we’ve designed the retreat to be long enough to be meaningful, yet short enough to fit into your busy schedule. We’ll create space for both structure and free time, togetherness and solitude, and a chance for a full night’s sleep—or little sleep if you prefer to craft, play board games or foosball, or have conversations late into the night. If you're looking to connect more deeply with women in the Campus House community, this is a great opportunity. Come and bring a friend!
We have room for the first 110 women who sign up; but please hurry! This event tends to fill quickly. Registration closes Wednesday, February 6th, and this deadline is firm due to our partnership with the camp.
You should receive a confirmation email once your registration is complete. PLEASE ensure you receive this email! (Check your spam folder, if needed, and enable email from the sender).
An important informational email will be sent to that same email address in the week leading up to retreat. This email will provide important details regarding transportation and a packing list.
*Please note we are unable to offer refunds. In the event that a registrant is unable to attend, she may transfer her ticket to another student if she can find someone to take her place.