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COmmon Ground Retreat
We are thrilled to offer the highly popular and transformative Common Ground Retreat for the third year! All current MSU students are encouraged to apply to participate in this immersive identity retreat, which will take place over Martin Luther King Day weekend (January 12th-15th). Spend your weekend developing inclusive leadership skills, building lasting relationships, and enjoying the beauty of Montana as you explore identity issues such as race, gender, sexual orientation, and religion. Students will return to campus with a deeper understanding of their own identity, the identities of their peers, and a greater awareness of campus resources available to support students.
All transportation, lodging, and meals are free to participants! We will begin accepting applications on October 16th!
Montana State University students are encouraged to participate in this immersive identity retreat, which will take place January 12th-15th, 2018. We will be leaving campus at 5 pm on January 12th and returning to campus by 2 pm on January 15th. Participants of the Common Ground retreat will explore issues of identity, build lasting relationships, develop inclusive leadership skills, & enjoy Montana over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. Students will return to campus with a deeper understanding of their own identity, a greater awareness of the diversity among their peers, and inspiration to create positive change on campus.