Request for Student Retreat Subsidy
Please submit this form to the Loyola Retreats Department by February 15.
You will be notified whether your retreat will receive subsidized funding by March 1.

For departments or organizations applying for funding after February 15, applications will be considered on a rolling basis provided that funds are still available for the subsidy.
Retreats that are not approved for a subsidy, may still come to LUREC at the Loyola Internal Student Rate.
This form must be submitted by the Sponsoring Department or RSO Advisor.

Criteria for Subsidized Funding
There are several different funding sources of the subsidy based on the type of retreat that is being held: general student retreat, student employee retreat, religious retreat or a vocational retreat. A retreat must first qualify for the internal student rate in order to be considered for the additional subsidized funding.



Questions about the student retreat subsidy may be directed to DSDBusiness@luc.edu

Criteria for subsidized funding as “general-student retreat”
• Participants are students who pay Student Development Fee as part of their enrollment at the University.
• The retreat is organized as part of co-curriculum by a department or a registered student organization.
• The sponsoring department is encouraged to charge $25 per night student fee and use it to offset cost of the retreat,
unless attendance for retreat is a requirement.
Criteria for subsidized funding as “student-employee retreat”
• Participants are students who pay Student Development Fee as part of their enrollment at the University.
• The retreat is organized by Department who employs the students.
• The retreat is part of training or team-building activities.
• Students are required to attend the retreat.
Criteria for subsidized funding as a “religious retreat”
• Excluding meal times, 80% of the retreat schedule is dedicated to
students exploring religious themes and participating in prayer and
theological reflection. Examples of qualifying activities include, but
are not limited to: students’ presentations on how they practice their
faith, presentations on Scripture, small group discussions on
religious topics, faith sharing, individual prayer periods, theological
reflection, Mass, and communal forms of worship.
• For overnight retreats, a minimum of eight continuous hours is
scheduled for sleep.
• The sponsoring department must collect the $25 per night student
fee and use it to offset cost of the retreat.
Criteria for subsidized funding as a “vocational retreat”
• Retreat meets all of the criteria for a “religious retreat.”
• Additionally a minimum of two retreat activities are dedicated to
students exploring their life’s calling using the tools of theological
reflection.
Please review the criteria at the top of this page and select the one that most accurately describes the type of retreat that you are planning. *
What is the name of your retreat? *
Your answer
What is the name of the sponsoring student organization or department? *
Your answer
What is the name of the sponsor or the RSO advisor? *
The Sponsor or RSO advisor must be a Loyola staff or faculty member.
Your answer
What is the sponsor's Loyola email? *
All correspondence will be sent to this email. Please input the full Loyola email, e.g., username@luc.edu
Your answer
What is the Sponsor's Loyola telephone number? *
Please include area code.
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