​Reflections and Retreats

In the Office of Faith and Service we create a space for reflection that allows our students to deepen their connection with themselves, their beliefs, with each other, and the larger global community.

​Reflection programs are offered as part of the FME service experience, for our students who engage in the weekly CAP program, and as part of our alternative break programs and also provide the following retreats and reflection programs.

Babson Cru Christian Community Fall Retreat

Date: October 2-4, 2015
Transportation: Vans and cars from Babson
Location: Camp Brookwoods, Alton, NH
Price: Early-bird (before September 27th): $130
Regular (after September 27th): $155
More questions contact Ben Pierce​

​Common Ground Christian Fellowship Retreat

November 13th-14th 
Craigeville Retreat Center, Cape Cod
Cost: FREE! 
For more information and to sign up please contact Crista Mahoney ​

BOCA (Babson Olin Catholic Association) 

One day spiritual​ retreat focused on discovering who God is in your own life.

February 6th 

For more information please contact Crista Mahoney

SORA (Seniors Out Reflecting Again) Soirees

Sponsored by, Faith and Service, CCD, Alumni, and Residence Education.

Seniors are invited to a day retreat  off campus. This is a time to stop and reflect, embrace your past experiences and reflect on your future ones. Dinner is provided and all are welcome.  If interested in learning more information or to RSVP please contact TBD. 

February 19th, 11 am - 6 pm 

4 "U"s Retreat

This retreat is offered as a joint collaboration between the Office of Faith and Service, Student Activities and Leadership,the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and Academic Services. This retreat is an opportunity for you to unpack and reflect on your time at Babson, understand more about yourself, unwind and take a break from your busy schedule, and unite with other Babson students on the same journey for growth and self-discovery. If interested, please contact TBD.

March: 4th-5th 

Retreat Attendees

​Finding Your North Star: Reflection Series for Sophomore Students

Finding Your Own North Star is a reflective workshop for discovering your true path in life and in business. On the surface, it is about effective tools you can use immediately to develop your vision and bring clarity and direction to your life.  But really? It is about gaining knowledge and skills to apply to similar situations and applications in the future. It is designed for people who have important life choices to make, but struggle with moving from who you are to who you desire to be. By the end of the first gathering, you will understand how to use your internal compass to recognize opportunities and avoid mistakes. You will begin to develop a whole new way of seeing that focuses on seeing patterns instead of problems and extinguish limitations to your success.


Dates: TBD

First Year/Senior Year Retreat

The First-Year/Senior Retreat is a unique overnight, off campus retreat that takes place once during the fall semester, giving first-year students an opportunity to go to an off campus retreat location to meet other first-year students and hear stories and experiences from current Babson seniors. These upperclassmen share their experiences and guide first-year students under the model “if I knew then, what I know now,” speaking on overcoming challenges and obstacles (ex. academic challenges, social pressure, friends/relationships) during their first year at Babson.

Students attending the retreat are provided opportunities for engagement with classmates, reflection on their Babson experience, and mentorship and guidance from upperclassmen and Babson staff.

Registration for the retreat is available at the beginning of the Fall semester. Spaces are limited, and students are required to submit a $20 refundable deposit to secure their spot. Transportation, meals, and overnight accommodations are provided.​  For more information, please contact Conor O'Brien​

October 23rd-24th 

BIG (Babson Intercultural Group) Meetings

All are welcome to learn more about other faith traditions, explore your own identity and culture and challenge your beliefs in a safe and open environment. Opportunities exist for collaboration and programming. 

Fall Dates: January 26th; February 9th and 23rd; March 8th and 22nd; April 5th and 19th 

Location: Glavin Office Common Area

Mindfulness Meditation 

Fridays: Noon.-1 p.m. (Staff and Faculty Only)

Fridays: 2 pm -3 pm (for Students Only)

Location: Glavin Family Chapel

Yoga Classes

Please join Katrina Peterson for yoga in the Chapel follwed by light snacks and refreshments.  Mats and blocks are provided and we welcome all levels. 

Mondays from 5 pm -6:30 pm

Location: Glavin Family Chapel 

All are welcome to join instructor Neil Sullivan​ for an hour and a half Yoga class.  Mats are provided and we welcome all levels to practice.

Tuesdays from 5 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.

Location: Glavin Family Chapel