It's hard to believe that it has been three months since we said farewell to our graduating students. But the summer has flown by and another school year begins.
The beginning of the year is always full of excitement and anticipation: new classes, new ideas, new friends, new experiences. But it can also be fraught with anxiety and stress, especially for our incoming freshmen seeking to find their way in a new context.
The Kay Spiritual Life Center and the communities that are resident in it are here for you in times of new beginnings and transition. If over the weeks and months of the semester you should find yourself in need of a place to be, a place to reflect, a place to center yourself and find peace in the middle of a busy schedule, we invite you to come to Kay. There is more to education than learning alone—taking care of yourself mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually is an important part of your success as a student. The chaplains and staff of Kay are here to help you in all the times of transition and new beginnings.
What is the Kay Spiritual Life Center all about? We're an interfaith center, home to two dozen religious communities, and a place for AU students, faculty, and staff to reflect on meaning, find purpose, and build community.
Every week we send out the Weekly Communi-Kay, an email newsletter of programs and events of the University Chaplain's office and of our member communities. Sign up to stay up to date on happenings at Kay.