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The Federal Work Study Program

July 19th, 2012

There are many opportunities for a student at Messiah College to have a job on campus. Priority is given to students who have demonstrated high financial need. New (first year and transfer) students should indicate on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that they are interested in working. A job will then be assigned to these students before they arrive on campus.

A student who does not demonstrate financial need, or who chooses not to file the FAFSA, can still potentially have a job at Messiah College. If this is your situation, you should contact the Payroll Office, and they will advise you on departments that are currently hiring.

Students work an average of 10 hours per week which would allow the student to earn at least $2000 for the academic year.

Application Timeline

June 12th, 2012

Application time line calendar

Want to stay on track in your college application process? This application time line from The College Board tells you what you should be doing and when you should be doing it.

For more information about applying to Messiah, visit our Application Process page.

Pastoral Counseling and Spiritual Direction

June 12th, 2012

Pastoral Counseling and Spiritual Direction
The College Ministries Staff is available to offer pastoral counseling and spiritual direction. Individual students or groups may make appointments for this service.

All your heart, soul and mind

May 1st, 2012

Bible Study groupThe primary mission of College Ministries is engaging the Messiah College community in the process of Christian spiritual formation. This booklet introduces our mission, articulates an appropriate model of Christian spiritual formation for our community, and invites educators, administrators, and staff to join us in this process.
Read about spiritual formation at Messiah College.

Sample of Annual Costs at Messiah College

April 26th, 2012

Sample Annual CostsThe price to attend any college is not what it may seem at first glance. That’s the sticker price — and it can be shocking!

But as you look more deeply into the cost of a college education, you’ll soon discover that the actual price equals the “sticker price” MINUS a package of financial aid – consisting of loans, grants, scholarships, and work programs – that the College’s financial aid office will put together for you, often making a college education much more affordable than you originally may have thought it would be.

Into the City

April 26th, 2012

Into the City is an intensive two-day career development and networking program intended to expose Messiah students to living, working, and connecting in the city.

Students have the opportunity to engage with alumni, parents and friends of Messiah– in cities like New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore–through activities such as company site visits and tours, presentations and panel discussions, and a networking reception.

There will be representation from a variety of organizations, both corporate and non-profit. Regardless of your interest in the alums’ particular titles or employer affiliations, this experience offers transferable information that’s critical for a variety of career interests. Plan to take advantage of this exploration and networking opportunity intended to provide insight and wisdom into your career planning and decision-making.

Sample of Annual Costs

April 26th, 2012

Sample Annual CostsThe price to attend any college is not what it may seem at first glance. That’s the sticker price — and it can be shocking!

But as you look more deeply into the cost of a college education, you’ll soon discover that the actual price equals the “sticker price” MINUS a package of financial aid – consisting of loans, grants, scholarships, and work programs – that the College’s financial aid office will put together for you, often making a college education much more affordable than you originally may have thought it would be.

Welcome from College Ministries

April 2nd, 2012

We all come to Messiah College from different experiences of faith, and we all have different spiritual paths before us. Our prayer is that your years here on campus will be transformational – that you will be challenged and encouraged to find strength in your past, grace in your present, and hope in your future.

Christian spiritual formation is a process of gradual growth, sometimes punctuated by occasional “crisis” moments of heightened awareness, personal struggle or intense experience of progress. These crisis moments may feel like a “spiritual high” or they may take the form of intense questioning or disillusionment. Whether you are in a crisis time or just moving along with the flow, we believe that God is at work in your life. Sometimes talking with another person about your spiritual life can help you discern your growth patterns and the movements of God in your life. At Messiah, faculty, staff and administrators alike are committed to the spiritual formation of our students and we hope you will seek them out as companions along your spiritual journey.

Still Time to Apply!

April 2nd, 2012

It’s not too late to apply for the fall 2012 semester! Here are all the forms you will need to apply to Messiah College, including our convenient online application form.

Student Employment Opportunities

February 21st, 2012

The Federal Work/Study Program

There are many opportunities for a student at Messiah College to have a job on campus. Priority is given to students who have demonstrated high financial need. New (first year and transfer) students should indicate on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that they are interested in working. A job will then be assigned to these students before they arrive on campus.

Students work an average of 10 hours per week which would allow the student to earn at least $2000 for the academic year. A student who does not demonstrate financial need, or who chooses not to file the FAFSA, can still potentially have a job at Messiah College.

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