What is Vocation?

Vocation: Being called into relationship with others to promote human and ecological flourishing

• We are called by new knowledge and experience, by other people, by pressing need, by global events and crisis, and-for many-by the numinous, a higher power, by God, into awareness that life is more than securing a comfortable existence for oneself.

• We are called into relationship, into communities both temporary and life-long marked by diversity in life and thought, where we live into mutual responsibility for each other, trusting that we can be and do more together than apart in isolation.

• We are called together to promote human and ecological flourishing–the mission of this university–and so let learning animate service and care for this world and our commitment to strive for justice and peace wherever we find ourselves.

What we do: The Center promotes and provides a range of opportunities to engage with, discern, and live out vocation.  We accomplish this through Educating, Mentoring students, faculty and staff, Creating opportunities for the discernment of vocation, Developing resources, and Cooperative engagement through others on campus.

Homecoming and Meant to Live 2018

On November 2nd, alums from the class of 1968 met with current students to discuss activism then and now.  If you missed it, listen in to the conversation now!