Calendar

May
22
Wed
2013
Graduation
May 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Library will close at noon on May 22nd.

May
27
Mon
2013
IPS CLOSED for Memorial Day
May 27 – May 28 all-day
May
28
Tue
2013
Summer Classes Begin
May 28 – May 29 all-day
May
29
Wed
2013
Add/Drop Period Ends
May 29 – May 30 all-day
May
31
Fri
2013
M.S. Final Application Deadline*
May 31 – Jun 1 all-day

*Space permitting

Jun
7
Fri
2013
“Living the Call” with John Varieur
Jun 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Please join us for “An Unexpected Journey: A Small IPSer’s Tale”
We would like to welcome IPS alumnus John Varieur, M.S., (Class of 2012) on June 7th, at 1PM back to IPS!
Join us in Classroom 1!  See you there!
Sponsored by SLCC
Jul
2
Tue
2013
Last Day of Classes/Final Exams
Jul 2 – Jul 3 all-day
Jul
4
Thu
2013
IPS CLOSED for Independence Day
Jul 4 – Jul 5 all-day
Aug
9
Fri
2013
Degree Conferral
Aug 9 – Aug 10 all-day
Sep
2
Mon
2013
IPS CLOSED for Labor Day
Sep 2 – Sep 3 all-day
Sep
17
Tue
2013
Constitution Day Celebration @ Student Lounge
Sep 17 @ 5:35 pm – 6:00 pm

Join us next Tuesday, September 17th to celebrate Constitution Day in a special way! Meet us in the Student Lounge after Mass for a 15 minutes of readings, prayer and a delectable treat!

A little background on Contitution Day:

In 2007 the U.S. government made a school’s receiving federal financial dependent on that school observing “Constitution Day.” The government’s 2007 decision was prompted by a concern many Americans no longer “know” the U.S. Constitution. This includes not merely young people — but many teachers as well.

Unawareness of the world’s oldest written constitution still in force can seem one more symptom of a people losing roots in its best history.

People caring about this fact daily debate on the nation’s airwaves regarding the meanings of the Constitution’s Articles One (1),Four (4), and Five (5), as impacting Americans directly. (As well as many other peoples indirectly, through the influence of American culture.) The same is true of the Constitution’s First (1st), Second (2nd), Tenth (10th), and Fourteenth (14th) Amendments.
Before Congress convenes to weigh issues such as imminent war; Catholic institutions funding abortion over their objections; and government surveillance of Americans and non-Americans alike since 2011…

…come find out what Pope John Paul II, John Adams, and Abraham Lincoln thought about America’s “mission” in the world; and about a tradition which has quietly influenced the Roman pontiffs, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and the Second Vatican Council.[1]

And please: pray with us.

[1] Pacem in Terris, Blessed John XXIII, nos. 75-77; Catechism of the Catholic Church no. 2108; Gaudium et spes, n.72; Dignitatis Humanae, Second Vatican Council.

Sep
28
Sat
2013
IPS Has Talent @ Student Lounge
Sep 28 @ 10:00 pm – Sep 29 @ 1:00 am
Oct
12
Sat
2013
IPS Fall Break (No Classes)
Oct 12 – Oct 16 all-day
Oct
14
Mon
2013
IPS CLOSED for Columbus Day
Oct 14 – Oct 15 all-day
Nov
14
Thu
2013
Newman Lecture: The Role of Hope in the Health of the Body & Soul @ Hampton Inn
Nov 14 @ 11:00 pm – Nov 15 @ 1:00 am

Presented by Aaron Kheriaty, M.D., Psychiatrist and Director of Residency Training and Medical Education in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, Irvine. Click here to RSVP.