Happy Service Day!

No Class For Service Day!

There will be no classes today, April 14, for service day. Have a great day of volunteering and see you on Friday!



Will you be commuting to Messiah next year?

If you are a Messiah College undergraduate commuter student bringing a vehicle on campus at any time you must purchase a commuter parking permit.  The easiest way to do this is through the online parking registration process.  Your online parking registration timeslot is available now.  Registration takes place between April 25 and May 3 during the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST Monday through Friday.

To receive the early registration price of $50/year you must register prior to July 31.  Prices increase to $75/year beginning August 1.

If you are unable to register online utilizing your timeslot you may:

1.       Complete a parking request form.  The form is available on the Falcon Exchange website under Quick Links at:  http://www.messiah.edu/info/20746/student_vehicle_registration.

2.       Print out your completed Student Parking Permit Registration form and mail it to:

Falcon Exchange
Messiah College
One College Avenue, Suite 4516
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055


3.       Email your completed Student Parking Permit Registration to us at:  falconexchange@messiah.edu.

Questions or difficulties should be directed to the Falcon Exchange at falconexchange@messiah.edu or call 717-766-2511 ext. 7213.

Rail Road Safety

Rail Road Safety Memo

History Honors Presentation

The History Department invites you to come listen as senior history major Katy Kaslow presents her honors thesis entitled “Anti-Sabbatarianism in Antebellum America: The Christian Quarrel Over the Sanctity of Sunday.” Details are provided below.

6100 Kaslow Honors Final Poster

Sustainability Position Openings!

Are you passionate about sustainability? Are you looking for a way to make an impact on campus? If so, consider applying for one of the job openings in the Office of Sustainability. There are two positions available:
Student Sustainability Coordinator (plan and coordinate events, support all projects of the Office, communicate with other groups and individuals on campus, and more)
Organics Collection Worker (pick up compost from campus dining facilities, help to maintain the compost piles in the Back 40)

These positions are paid and range from 7 to 10 hours per week. Both positions provide great leadership experience and a way to really dig in to the sustainability efforts going on around campus. If you are interested in applying, click the links below!


Summer Courses at Messiah!


The Quest is here!


Happy Service Day!

service day meme


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