BSA All-Class Retreat

The Black Student Association (BSA) All-Class Retreat will address student life, with particular reference to the African-American community. The theme of the retreat is focused on specific goals and growth, such as this year's emphasis on Unity. This retreat serves as an extension of the African-American Freshman "Plunge" Retreat, with the goal of connecting students of all class levels and furthering their social, spiritual and academic lives under the Dome. Students will hear their classmates' reflections and join in games, fun and fellowship.

Who can attend?

The BSA All-Class Retreat is open to all Notre Dame, Holy Cross College or Saint Mary's students, but it is especially geared toward African-American students.

What am I attending?

A 24-hour retreat where you will meet new people, reflect on your Notre Dame experience, discuss the emphasis of Unity and have some fun!

When will the BSA All-Class Retreat take place?

The BSA All-Class Retreat will be held Friday, Mar. 31 through Saturday, Apr. 1. 

Where will the BSA All-Class Retreat take place?

The BSA All-Class Retreat will be held at Bair Lake, Jones, MI (Transportation provided)

Why should I go?

You should go on the BSA All-Class Retreat if you want to grow in community while exploring your own identity under the Dome. 

How much does it cost?

The BSA All-Class Retreat costs $25. To request financial assistance for this retreat, e-mail Natalie Thomas at thomas.323@nd.edu.

How do I sign up?

Register Here

For more information, please email Imanne Mondane at imondane@nd.edu