Graduate Student Support Group

All graduate students and their spouses are welcome to attend a graduate student support group hosted by the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship student organization from 7-8:30 p.m. every other Thursday.

Location for this week will be 358 N. Arkansas Ave. 

Light refreshments will be provided.

The discussion will be from the book Knowledge of the Holy. Students will also get an opportunity to share about their lives and offer encouragement to one another. This group is being hosted by two doctoral students at the U of A who are also part of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.

Contacts

Noah Flees, staff
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship RSO
262-408-9817, nmflees@outlook.com

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