Fairfield University Kairos #25 March 14-16, 2014

Kairos, adapted to mean "God's time", is an intensive, three day, weekend experience that invites close examination of our relationships with God, ourselves, and others in a communal and reflective setting. This retreat welcomes students of all faiths as well as those with no particular faith background and is open to anyone who has not attended a Kairos Retreat before.

Where: Incarnation Center at Ivoryton, CT
Cost: $65 (transportation included)

Please contact Gregory Vigliotta at gvigliotta@fairfield.edu or ext 2415 with questions or to request financial assistance.

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    The standard of conduct set forth in the Fairfield University Student Conduct Code (contained in the Student Handbook) and all University policies and procedures are applicable to the student while participating in any off-campus activity understanding that such compliance is important to the success of the event and to the University’s willingness to permit future similar activities. In addition, participants will be expected to adhere to the following: 1) To conform his or her conduct to the standards surrounding the event and assume responsibility for his or her own actions, understanding that the circumstances of an off-campus activity may require a standard of decorum which may differ from that applicable on campus. 2) To understand the financial commitment involved for participating in the event and assuming responsibility for maintaining the necessary financial records for the duration of the event. (i.e. saving original hotel/food receipts) Failure to maintain proper financial records may result in a student’s inability to be properly compensated for any covered costs. 3) To obtain and maintain such health, accident, disability, hospitalization and travel insurance as he or she may deem necessary for the event, and to be responsible for the costs of such insurance and for any expenses not covered by insurance. 4) To acknowledge that participation in the event is entirely voluntary, and that he or she is fully aware, having sought and obtained such information and advice as he or she feels are necessary and appropriate, that such participation involves risk of injury and property damage. 5) To follow any expectations and guidelines for this event as outlined by the Event Coordinator and/or Faculty Advisor. 6) I acknowledge that I am over 18 and that I understand and agree with all terms, expectations and requirements set forth in this document Additional expectations/guidelines: see letter/emails