Programming – Get Connected
Commuter Services offers dynamic programs created with YOU in mind. These opportunities will provide you with a chance to get involved and engaged on campus.
Pit Stop Programs
As a commuter your time is valuable! The Pit Stop Programs allow you to stop by for 10 minutes or for longer and engage in activities created with you in mind. Meet other commuters, and learn valuable information to help you succeed at Bellarmine. Get connected, Get involved!
Fall 2012 Programs
Commuter Grab N’ Go Breakfast (food, prizes)
Pit Stop (Horrigan Hall), 7:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Stop by and grab a bite to eat before heading to class, enter to win gift cards and prizes. Register for a locker or ask any questions you may have about commuter services
Commuter Day at the Louisville Bats
Tickets available to the first 100 commuters to respond to the email that will go out on Thursday, August 30, 2012. Shoot an email back to receive details on where to pick up your ticket.
Volunteer & Service Fest (Food, Prizes)
Quad, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Looking for opportunities to volunteer, serve, or participating in an internship? Come to the quad to meet with 50 + community agencies at the Non-Profit and Volunteer Fair. Take a moment to give back to a local agency at one of the Pay It Forward tables where you can help make a difference. Make a commitment to serve and you will be entered for prizes.
National Day of Service & Remembrance
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a service site
Participate in service opportunities available throughout the day. Opportunities will range from cleaning up the Highlands neighborhood with Brightside, visiting with elderly residents of the Nazareth Home, or reading with local school kids.
Spring Break Fair
UDH, Free period
It is never too early to think about spring break plans. Stop by the Spring Break Fair to learn about opportunities for meaningful travel. Some of the trips available include Guatemala, Belize, Appalachia, Louisiana, as well as themed trips on topics such as Civil Rights (Alabama), the Criminal Justice System( Chicago), and Social Justice(Washington D.C.).
Retro Clock Making (food)
Pit Stop (Horrigan Hall), Free Period - 1:00 p.m.
Bring your creativity to make a working retro clock from an old vinyl record. Snacks and time management tip sheet included.
Make a Difference Day
Hilary’s, Noon - 2:00 p.m.
Join us for an experience unlike any other. You will have the opportunity to make a difference in the way you choose. Bring yourself, your creativity, and a willingness to make an impact on others. You are guaranteed to walk away feeling good about yourself.
Pit Stop Pumpkin Carving (food, prizes)
Pit Stop (Horrigan Hall), 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Get in the spirit of Halloween by participating in this spooktacular event. Paint, carve, or decorate a pumpkin. To sign-up to participate, email email@example.com.
A Christmas Story
Actors Theater of Louisville
Based on “A Christmas Story,” join Ralphie as he campaigns for a Red Ryder BB gun amid family mayhem and season shenanigans. Space is limited to the first 25 commuter students to sign up for this event. Sign-up sheet will be available Wednesday, November 7.