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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
All Day
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Convo Speaker: Jayme Cloninger
Convo Speaker: Jayme Cloninger

Location: Reid Chapel

Credit: 1-PP
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Discovering Science in Your Own Backyard: Making Earth Local
A workshop from Samford University Library’s Government Documents.

Learn how to discover science in your own backyard! We will show you how to stay on top of the weather and what is happening with our local climate. Plus discover how much energy you are using and how to save $$. We will finish with a look at our environment by learning more about local air quality, water conditions, health, and more. All of this will be accomplished by using customizable tools and resources offered by our federal government departments and agencies.
5:00 PM
Economics Lectures Series Featuring Dr. Andrew Young of West Virginia University
Topic: A Government-Sponsored Crisis: How Fannie and Freddie Helped Cause the Great Recession

The Brock School of Business Economics Lecture Series is Sponsored by The Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation

PD Credit for Students

About Dr. Andrew Young:  Professor Andrew Young received his PhD in 2003 from Emory University. He has since taught at the University of Mississippi and then at West Virginia University where he received tenure in 2011. Professor Young's research is in the areas of macroeconomics; economic growth and development. His work has been published in journals such as the Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Macroeconomic Dynamics and Public Choice.
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Freshman Forum Meeting
Freshman Forum is a leadership development program for first-year students.
Location:University Center Howard Room
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Executive Education: Certified Supply Chain Professional Course

The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional Learning System is a comprehensive professional development and certification preparation training program.

Organizations today cannot achieve competitive success by having only excellent internal processes. An understanding of all the processes is required, both within and outside a given organization involved in delivering an on-time quality product or service to the end user. Course fee covers 13 three-hour class sessions, all course materials, and online resources.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Montgomery Alumni Regional Event

Come join the Alumni Office for a dinner in the area. This event is for Samford Trustees, Overseers, Parents, Alumni and Friends. We look forward to seeing you!

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Conversational Spanish: Level I

Instructor: Beth Myers

This course teaches both grammar and conversational skills for the beginning Spanish student. Content includes pronunciation, greetings, numbers, vocabulary, telling time, adjectives, verbs and much more! Textbook required.

No class 3/19/2013, 3/26/2013

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Organic Drawing

Instructor: Merrilee Challiss

Look at plants structurally and aesthetically using varied sources: historical botanical illustrations as well as garden specimens. Through the use of the basic drawing elements-line, form, shading, composition, perspective and color-students express an individual and informed aesthetic. Draw from observation and imagination, exploring both organic and anthropomorphic forms in drawing, to cultivate a more personal and creative sense of beauty in everyday life. A supply list will be sent upon registration.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Painting with Acrylics

Instructor: Scott Thompson

This class offers practical solutions in the field of acrylic painting for both beginner and the advanced artist. Individual instruction will be offered on the basics of color mixing, simplifying your palette, composition and paint application. Learn how to choose the right kind of paint, canvases, and brushes for your work of art.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Understanding Your Canon DSLR

Instructor: Deanna Andrepont

Are you intimidated by your Canon digital SLR camera? Don�t settle for photographs that are less than your camera is capable of delivering, and don�t be left in the dark about the vast array of features that you can use to take professional-quality images. Learn to navigate the menus, submenus, options, and settings of Canon digital SLR�s to your best advantage. Beginning with the basic camera controls and progressing to the most advanced options, you will learn to unlock your camera�s potential. Soon you�ll be able to tailor the camera�s settings and options to suit your individual needs.

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Understanding Your Nikon DSLR

Instructor: Mike Neilson

Modern Nikon digital SLRs, from the D40 to the D700 and beyond, are incredibly complex machines. With almost infinite capabilities, the main problem is to know which settings to use. This course is designed to help you understand the available options and unlock the vast potential of your digital Nikon. We will begin with basic camera settings (shooting modes, image quality, white balance, ISO); advance to auto focus, exposure compensation and flash options; and conclude with demystifying menus and how to customize your camera for your needs. Bring your camera and manual to class.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Wordpressing The Limits: Customize Your WordPress Website

Instructor: Donna K. Fitch

You've got a website on WordPress, but how can you make it stand out from the crowd? Learn to create unique header images and backgrounds, choose flexible themes to improve your page layout and increase functionality with widgets. Complete your personalized website during this course with one-on-one advice from the instructor. Cap off your experience by learning about WordPress self-hosting and what's required for growing a business using an e-commerce WordPress site. Prerequisites: experience using a web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) and Create Your Own Website with WordPress.

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
SGA Senate Meeting
The SGA Senate meets weekly to review funding requests from student organizations and discuss legislation that will have a positive impact on campus. These meetings are open to all students.

Location:
Divinity Hall N302
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
[W] Baseball at University of Alabama at Birmingham
W 4-3 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8713
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Telescopes 101

Instructors: George Atchley and Fred Rains

The sale of telescopes has increased 600% over the past few months. This course covers telescope selection, celestial navigation, accessorizing a telescope, viewing tips, using star catalogs, setting up and using a telescope, and how to plan an observation session. Let us know in advance if you plan to bring your own telescope.

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Jazz Ensemble

Location: Jane Hollock Brock Recital Hall (JHBRK 102)

Wednesday, May 01, 2013
All Day
All Day
National Reply Date
Decision date for all freshmen entering college in the fall.
8:00 AM
Graduates Prayer Breakfast
Join Dr. Westmoreland and members of the faculty, as well as Dr. Kerlin and many of your classmates for a time of reflection on your journey so far.

Location: University Dining Hall
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sophomore Social
Join the sophomore class out on the Quad for an afternoon of fun!
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Film-"Crisis-Wallace & the School House Door"
"Crisis" is the 1963 documentary about George Wallace's stand in the shcool house door at the Univeristy of Alabama challenging the Supreme Courts ruling on segregation.  A discussion with former Howard/Samford students and faculty who were present for this historic event will be led by Samford professor, Jonathan Bass, King scholar and southern religious historian.

Location: DBH 131 (Brock Forum)

Credit: 2-AL
Location:  Brock Forum
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Softball vs Southern University
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8653
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Freshmen Grill Out & Chill Out
Join the freshmen class between Smith and Vail Halls as we grill out and chill out together! This is an event you won't want to miss out on!
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Painting Impressionistic Landscapes: �Level I

Instructor: Scott Thompson

Using a limited palette of acrylics, beginners learn how to paint spontaneous landscapes from photographs. This course focuses on color mixing, lighting, simple shapes and editing photos to develop good painting.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Photographing the Magic City

Instructor: Kim Riegel

What gives Birmingham its identity: Is it the people, the landmarks, the places, the history? Put a fresh twist on the familiar while exploring the unknown to discover the "magic" in the Magic City. Whether it is Sloss Furnace, Dreamland BBQ, or Doo-Dah Day, unleash your creativity to reveal the personality of our home city. This course is open to digital or film, color or black-and-white. Prerequisites: Basic and Intermediate Photography, Adobe Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Senior Class Reception at the President's Home
One of the first great events of your Samford experience started with the ice cream social at the President's Home.  Join us for an evening reception with your classmates, Deans & the faculty who have made Samford so special for you.

1994 Shades Crest Road
Vestavia Hills AL 35216
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Softball vs Southern University
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8881
Thursday, May 02, 2013
All Day
Birmingham Moffett Nurse Network with the Birmingham Barons
Birmingham Moffett Nurses are invited to join the Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing for an evening at the city’s newest athletics venue.  There is no charge for alumni to attend, and additional tickets for guests, spouses or children may be purchased in advance for $7 each.  Please contact Katie Stripling to RSVP or purchase additional tickets.  Space is limited.
All Day
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Spotlight on Research
Location:  Reid Chapel
Credit: 1-AL
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Spotlight on Research
FINAL CONVO OF THE SEMESTER

Location:  Reid Chapel
Credit: 1-AL
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Surviving Finals 101
ResLife will be joined by Dr. Rich Yoakum to discuss ways to more effectivily survive the exam season.

Location:  Harry's
Credit: 1-PP
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Senior Composition Recital: Brian Nabors
Senior Composition Recital: Brian Nabors
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Architectural Photography

Instructor: Meg McKinney

Discover architectural photography by photographing exteriors and interiors. Discuss the technical challenges of composition, distortion and lighting. This class emphasizes design, styles and on-location problem solving to create your images. Equipment needed: tripod, multiple lenses or zooms, shutter/cable release cord. Prerequisite: Basic SLR Photography and Intermediate Photography.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Explorations of Wedding Photography

Instructor: Lisa Marie Bearden

Learn the craft of wedding photography and hone the essential skills of a professional wedding photographer. Work with a successful and professional wedding photographer who can set up and run a wedding photography business. Discuss how to shoot and produce demonstrations and helpful photography critiques help to improve your ability to having a successful wedding photography business. Prerequisites: Photography I: Basic (AR190) and knowledge of using off-camera lighting such as studio lights or flash units.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Photography I: Basic

Instructor: Michael Nelson

Building on "Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR" (AR110 or AR120), this course is designed to help you make effective images using the capabilities of your DSLR. The course's goals are to increase your understanding of photographic technique and composition. Topics covered include exposure, selecting the appropriate aperture and shutter speed, lens choices, lighting options, and basic principles of framing and composition. Equipment needed: DSLR Camera. Prerequisites: Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR (AR110 or AR120).

6:00 PM
Scholarship Gala with Sean Tuohy
The Legacy League invites you to a Scholarship Gala featuring Sean Tuohy, adoptive father of Michael Oher from The Blind Side. The gala will be held at Vestavia Country Club. 

7:00 PM
The 3rd Annual Freshmen Got Talent show
The 3rd Annual Freshmen Got Talent show will be held on Thursday May 2nd in Harry’s Coffeehouse.

Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 acts as voted on by a panel of judges from the University.  Anyone interested in participating should contact Kacey Cole.

The event is sponsored by Residence Life, FreshMin, Freshmen Forum, and the Freshmen Class officers.
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Delta Omicron Spring Benefit Concert
Delta Omicron Spring Benefit Concert
Friday, May 03, 2013
All Day
All Day
Track and Field at Bob Pollock Invite
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8608
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Cultural Event: Highpoint Towers
Cultural Intelligence activity. Team building activities with a rock climbing wall and the Alpine Towers!
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Preparatory Music Recitals
Preparatory Music Recitals
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Samford International Student Picnic
Finish out the year with games, food and friends! All international students are friends are welcome. The picnic will be moved to Seibert Gym because of rain.
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
[W] Baseball vs University of North Carolina at Greensboro
W 15-9 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8714
7:30 PM
Birmingham Music Club presents The Merry Widow
BMC presents this light opera in concert format at The Virginia Samford Theatre at Caldwell Park. Featuring Samford University’s Christina Villaverde & directed by Clay Boyce.
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Saturday, May 04, 2013
All Day
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Oyama Karate Tourney

Location: Seibert Gym

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Preparatory Music Prep Stars Recital

Location: Jane Hollock Brock Recital Hall (JHBRK 102)

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
[W] Softball vs Furman
W 5-3 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8760
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Senior Saxophone Recital: Michael Saddekni
Senior Saxophone Recital: Michael Saddekni
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Ciao! Get Ready For Your Trip To Italy!

Instructor: Andrea Traina

Get ready for your trip to Italy with native Roman Andrea Traina. These seminars cover travel tips, food/drink, transportation, directions, shopping, lodging, cultural guidelines, Italian holidays and survival phrases that all travelers need. You will fast become an empowered tourist. No previous Italian language experience required.

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
[L] Baseball vs University of North Carolina at Greensboro
L 3-8 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8715
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
[L] Softball vs Furman
L 1-6 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8854
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Senior Recital: Garrett Brown
Senior Recital: Garrett Brown
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
ASO SuperPops Presents Sweet Home Alabama Symphony

The ASO Red Diamond SuperPops! Series presents Sweet Home Alabama Symphony. Guest conductor Jeffrey Reed takes the ASO on a trip through the best of Southern and classic rock, from The Allman Brothers to Led Zeppelin and much more. Special guests The Rewinders will be on hand to make his concert the rip-roarin’-est, honky-tonk-iest, down-home musical crossover ever.

Location: Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Center Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)

Sunday, May 05, 2013
All Day
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
[L] Baseball vs University of North Carolina at Greensboro
L 6-7 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8716
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
[L] Softball vs Furman
L 3-4 (8 Innings) http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8655
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Knitting 911

Instructor: Darlene Watkins

Are you stuck on a project? Do you have a technique that you just can't quite conquer or simply need a refresher? This one-day class is for you! Upon registration, students must contact the instructor PRIOR to the first class with their specific needs in order to have examples available.

2:30 PM
Birmingham Music Club presents The Merry Widow
BMC presents this light opera in concert format at The Virginia Samford Theatre at Caldwell Park. Featuring Samford University’s Christina Villaverde & directed by Clay Boyce.
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Senior Voice Recital: Holly Blair Formentano
Senior Voice Recital: Holly Blair Formentano
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Junior Double Bass Recital: Matt Taylor
Junior Double Bass Recital: Matt Taylor
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Gentle Yoga

Instructor: Karen McDowell

Perfect for beginners, this Hatha-style yoga class features gentle, guided yoga movements and poses combining mind, body, spirit and breath to develop flexibility, balance and strength. Bring a yoga mat.

No class 3/31/2013, 5/5/2013

Monday, May 06, 2013
All Day
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Volunteering with Exceptional Foundation
All students are invited to join a group of Samford students who volunteer at the Exceptional Foundation, an organization that serves adults with disabilities. Contact Devynne Roahrig for more information (droahrig@samford.edu).
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Advanced Photography

Instructor: Kim Riegel

Continue your photographic studies by investigating the artistry of image-making with local award-winning photographic artist. Reinforce integral visual concepts while developing a photographic series for more exciting pictures, advances the personal style and a stronger foundation for artistic decision-making. This course emphasizes thinking and working creatively. Bring three samples of your most intriguing work to the first class. Film or digital format. Prerequisites: Intermediate Photography; Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, or darkroom experience; additional coursework or experience very helpful.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Beginning French

Instructor: Jeanne Boohaker

Learn basic speaking, writing, listening and reading skills through vocabulary, grammar and culture exercises. This course is for students who would like to brush up on their French or who have never taken it before. Textbook required.

No class 3/18/2013, 4/1/2013

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - For Managers and Supervisors: Enhancing Your Management Sense

Instructor: Fred Rogan

This course is designed to help managers at any level become better managers. Learn how to behave as a manager and how to treat your employees so that they want to work for you. This course helps managers be aware of their strengths and weaknesses as a manager, and teaches them how to work with problem employees. This pragmatic course is applicable to any work setting. Textbook is included with paid registration.

Samford After Sundown can customize this course on-site to meet your company's business needs--specifically for managers and supervisors. Cost is $100 per employee (minimum of $500 and maximum of $2,000 per company, per three-session, six total hour course). Please contact Samford After Sundown for further details on customizing a course for your company's needs.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Golf

Instructor: Bennie Smallwood

Learn the basics of golf, including etiquette, rules, equipment, short game, ball flight and more. Most of the course takes place on the driving range and practice green. Bring your own clubs. Equipment can be provided if needed.

Location: Oak Mountain State Park

No class 5/27/2013

6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
Samford After Sundown - Starting A Business

Instructor: Joe Primm

Identify possible business ventures that have a high potential for success and failure. Examine your personal traits and compare them with those of successful entrepreneurs. Learn to easily navigate the maze of required actions. At the end of the course, you will have the core of your business plan and be able to assemble the resources necessary for implementation.

No class 5/6/2013

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Improvisation and Comedy, Level II: Scene Work

Instructors: Douglas O'Neil, Jr. and Callie Mauldin

Focus on constructing cohesive scenes in the improvised form. Work with a variety of techniques for properly structuring and executing scenes using the principles of improv and comedy learned in Improvisation and Comedy Level I. Explore higher-level comedy concepts such as satire and stylistic choices. Prerequisite: Improvisation and Comedy Level I.

No class 5/27/2013

Tuesday, May 07, 2013
All Day
All Day
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Freshman Forum Meeting
Freshman Forum is a leadership development program for first-year students.
Location:University Center Howard Room
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Cabaret Recital: Carrie Morgan
Cabaret Recital: Carrie Morgan
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Corn Hole Tournament
Corn Hole Tournament
5:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Graphic Design Professional Review

Location: Art Gallery (BBS 153)

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Conversational Spanish: Level I

Instructor: Beth Myers

This course teaches both grammar and conversational skills for the beginning Spanish student. Content includes pronunciation, greetings, numbers, vocabulary, telling time, adjectives, verbs and much more! Textbook required.

No class 3/19/2013, 3/26/2013

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Creating Fine-Art Prints and Canvases

Abbie Turner Wiersma

Learn to create fine-art prints on variable substrates, focusing on fine-art canvas using professional wide-format printers. Also view demonstrations of different coatings/glazing products for canvas and learn helpful tips for their application. Learn to mount and stretch canvas to create wonderful gallery wraps of the highest quality- a must for the serious photographer! Prerequisite: Essential Digital Color Printing (AR169). Directions to the instructor's studio will be sent upon registration. Students may purchase optional supplies from the instructor for up to $35 (canvas-size options, varnish coating, and stretcher frame or foam core).

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Painting with Acrylics

Instructor: Scott Thompson

This class offers practical solutions in the field of acrylic painting for both beginner and the advanced artist. Individual instruction will be offered on the basics of color mixing, simplifying your palette, composition and paint application. Learn how to choose the right kind of paint, canvases, and brushes for your work of art.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Understanding Your Canon DSLR

Instructor: Deanna Andrepont

Are you intimidated by your Canon digital SLR camera? Don�t settle for photographs that are less than your camera is capable of delivering, and don�t be left in the dark about the vast array of features that you can use to take professional-quality images. Learn to navigate the menus, submenus, options, and settings of Canon digital SLR�s to your best advantage. Beginning with the basic camera controls and progressing to the most advanced options, you will learn to unlock your camera�s potential. Soon you�ll be able to tailor the camera�s settings and options to suit your individual needs.

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Understanding Your Nikon DSLR

Instructor: Mike Neilson

Modern Nikon digital SLRs, from the D40 to the D700 and beyond, are incredibly complex machines. With almost infinite capabilities, the main problem is to know which settings to use. This course is designed to help you understand the available options and unlock the vast potential of your digital Nikon. We will begin with basic camera settings (shooting modes, image quality, white balance, ISO); advance to auto focus, exposure compensation and flash options; and conclude with demystifying menus and how to customize your camera for your needs. Bring your camera and manual to class.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Wordpressing The Limits: Customize Your WordPress Website

Instructor: Donna K. Fitch

You've got a website on WordPress, but how can you make it stand out from the crowd? Learn to create unique header images and backgrounds, choose flexible themes to improve your page layout and increase functionality with widgets. Complete your personalized website during this course with one-on-one advice from the instructor. Cap off your experience by learning about WordPress self-hosting and what's required for growing a business using an e-commerce WordPress site. Prerequisites: experience using a web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) and Create Your Own Website with WordPress.

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
SGA Senate Meeting
The SGA Senate meets weekly to review funding requests from student organizations and discuss legislation that will have a positive impact on campus. These meetings are open to all students.

Location:
Divinity Hall N302
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Telescopes 101

Instructors: George Atchley and Fred Rains

The sale of telescopes has increased 600% over the past few months. This course covers telescope selection, celestial navigation, accessorizing a telescope, viewing tips, using star catalogs, setting up and using a telescope, and how to plan an observation session. Let us know in advance if you plan to bring your own telescope.

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Samford Orchestra and Student Soloists

Sponsored by Patty McDonald

Location: Jane Hollock Brock Recital Hall (JHBRK 102)

Wednesday, May 08, 2013
All Day
All Day
Track and Field vs Decathlon Meet
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8926
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
[W] Softball vs Elon
W 8-0 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8656
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
[L] Softball vs Appalachian State
L 2-3 (10 Innings) http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8928
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
[L] Baseball at Auburn University
L 3-9 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8717
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Painting Impressionistic Landscapes: �Level I

Instructor: Scott Thompson

Using a limited palette of acrylics, beginners learn how to paint spontaneous landscapes from photographs. This course focuses on color mixing, lighting, simple shapes and editing photos to develop good painting.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Photographing the Magic City

Instructor: Kim Riegel

What gives Birmingham its identity: Is it the people, the landmarks, the places, the history? Put a fresh twist on the familiar while exploring the unknown to discover the "magic" in the Magic City. Whether it is Sloss Furnace, Dreamland BBQ, or Doo-Dah Day, unleash your creativity to reveal the personality of our home city. This course is open to digital or film, color or black-and-white. Prerequisites: Basic and Intermediate Photography, Adobe Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop.

Thursday, May 09, 2013
All Day
12:00 AM - Midnight
Spring Semester Final examinations
Spring Semester Final examinations
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

10:00 AM - 10:00 AM
The Brock School of Business Economics Lecture Series
Featured Speaker  Rich Yamarone -  Senior Economist, Bloomberg

 Topic: The Bloomberg Orange Book Approach to the U.S. Economy - What are the Economic Tea Leaves Saying about the Outlook? 

PD Credit for Students

11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
[W] Softball vs Furman
W 1-0 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8929
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Senior Viola Recital: Timothy Winstead
Senior Viola Recital: Timothy Winstead
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Explorations of Wedding Photography

Instructor: Lisa Marie Bearden

Learn the craft of wedding photography and hone the essential skills of a professional wedding photographer. Work with a successful and professional wedding photographer who can set up and run a wedding photography business. Discuss how to shoot and produce demonstrations and helpful photography critiques help to improve your ability to having a successful wedding photography business. Prerequisites: Photography I: Basic (AR190) and knowledge of using off-camera lighting such as studio lights or flash units.

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Introduction To Paper Marbling

Instructor: Suzanne Montgomery

Create beautiful and colorful designs through the ancient art of paper marbling, printing a wide variety of multicolored swirled or stone-like patterns on paper. No artistic ability is necessary; anyone can marble! The patterns are formed by floating colors on a liquid and then laying paper onto the colors to absorb them. This workshop introduces students to the process and materials needed to marble paper for holiday/greeting/note cards, origami, placemats or just about anything! All materials are included.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Photography I: Basic

Instructor: Michael Nelson

Building on "Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR" (AR110 or AR120), this course is designed to help you make effective images using the capabilities of your DSLR. The course's goals are to increase your understanding of photographic technique and composition. Topics covered include exposure, selecting the appropriate aperture and shutter speed, lens choices, lighting options, and basic principles of framing and composition. Equipment needed: DSLR Camera. Prerequisites: Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR (AR110 or AR120).

7:00 PM
Harry's Coffeehouse & SGA Presents: Andy Davis and Punchinello
The last concert this semester is this Thursday in Harry's! Come see two awesome artists - Punchinello and Andy Davis at 7:00pm!
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
One Act Play Performance
THEA 422 students perform a one act play.
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Wind Ensemble & Symphonic Band Concert

Location: Jane Hollock Brock Recital Hall (JHBRK 102)

Start Time 9:30 PM
[W] Softball vs Western Carolina (Multi-Day Event)
W 8-0 (6 Innings) http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8930
Friday, May 10, 2013
All Day
All Day
[L] Men's Tennis vs #27 Harvard (NCAA Tournament)
L 0-4 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8893
All Day
Undergraduate Spring Semester Classes end
Spring Semester Classes end
End Time 12:30 AM
[W] Softball vs Western Carolina (Multi-Day Event)
W 8-0 (6 Innings) http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8930
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
[L] Softball vs UNCG
L 2-12 (5 Innings) http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8931
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
[L] Baseball at Elon University
L 8-10 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8718
Saturday, May 11, 2013
All Day
All Day
Track and Field at FSU Twilight Meet
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8609
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
[L] Baseball at Elon University
L 7-8 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8719
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Ciao! Get Ready For Your Trip To Italy!

Instructor: Andrea Traina

Get ready for your trip to Italy with native Roman Andrea Traina. These seminars cover travel tips, food/drink, transportation, directions, shopping, lodging, cultural guidelines, Italian holidays and survival phrases that all travelers need. You will fast become an empowered tourist. No previous Italian language experience required.

Sunday, May 12, 2013
All Day
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
[W] Baseball at Elon University
W 6-4 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8720
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Gentle Yoga

Instructor: Karen McDowell

Perfect for beginners, this Hatha-style yoga class features gentle, guided yoga movements and poses combining mind, body, spirit and breath to develop flexibility, balance and strength. Bring a yoga mat.

No class 3/31/2013, 5/5/2013

Monday, May 13, 2013
All Day
Start Day
Spring Semester Final examinations (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Semester Final examinations
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Graduating Senior Art Exhibition

Graduating seniors in fine art, graphic design and interior architecture display their senior projects for academic and professional review, and for the community.

Reception following commencement

Location: Art Gallery (BBS 153)

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Grief Counseling Meeting
Samford University students are invited to address the loss or serious illness of a loved parent, sibling, relative, or friend.
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Advanced Photography

Instructor: Kim Riegel

Continue your photographic studies by investigating the artistry of image-making with local award-winning photographic artist. Reinforce integral visual concepts while developing a photographic series for more exciting pictures, advances the personal style and a stronger foundation for artistic decision-making. This course emphasizes thinking and working creatively. Bring three samples of your most intriguing work to the first class. Film or digital format. Prerequisites: Intermediate Photography; Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, or darkroom experience; additional coursework or experience very helpful.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - For Managers and Supervisors: Enhancing Your Management Sense

Instructor: Fred Rogan

This course is designed to help managers at any level become better managers. Learn how to behave as a manager and how to treat your employees so that they want to work for you. This course helps managers be aware of their strengths and weaknesses as a manager, and teaches them how to work with problem employees. This pragmatic course is applicable to any work setting. Textbook is included with paid registration.

Samford After Sundown can customize this course on-site to meet your company's business needs--specifically for managers and supervisors. Cost is $100 per employee (minimum of $500 and maximum of $2,000 per company, per three-session, six total hour course). Please contact Samford After Sundown for further details on customizing a course for your company's needs.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Golf

Instructor: Bennie Smallwood

Learn the basics of golf, including etiquette, rules, equipment, short game, ball flight and more. Most of the course takes place on the driving range and practice green. Bring your own clubs. Equipment can be provided if needed.

Location: Oak Mountain State Park

No class 5/27/2013

6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
Samford After Sundown - Starting A Business

Instructor: Joe Primm

Identify possible business ventures that have a high potential for success and failure. Examine your personal traits and compare them with those of successful entrepreneurs. Learn to easily navigate the maze of required actions. At the end of the course, you will have the core of your business plan and be able to assemble the resources necessary for implementation.

No class 5/6/2013

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Improvisation and Comedy, Level II: Scene Work

Instructors: Douglas O'Neil, Jr. and Callie Mauldin

Focus on constructing cohesive scenes in the improvised form. Work with a variety of techniques for properly structuring and executing scenes using the principles of improv and comedy learned in Improvisation and Comedy Level I. Explore higher-level comedy concepts such as satire and stylistic choices. Prerequisite: Improvisation and Comedy Level I.

No class 5/27/2013

Tuesday, May 14, 2013
All Day
All Day
Spring Semester Final examinations (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Semester Final examinations
All Day
Spring Semester Final examinations
Spring Semester Final examinations
6:00 AM - 9:00 AM
GMAT Prep Course Begins
Improve your chances of gaining admission to the MBA program of your choice with our comprehensive, 27- hour course covering every area of this challenging exam: mathematics, reading comprehension, grammar, critical reasoning, and essay writing. 

Reinforce your skills with practice on real GMAT questions and exam simulations, and benefit from the tips and strategies offered by our experienced GMAT instructor. Course fee includes a custom-designed workbook and The Official Guide for GMAT Review – 13th Edition. 
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Graduating Senior Art Exhibition

Graduating seniors in fine art, graphic design and interior architecture display their senior projects for academic and professional review, and for the community.

Reception following commencement

Location: Art Gallery (BBS 153)

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Creating Fine-Art Prints and Canvases

Abbie Turner Wiersma

Learn to create fine-art prints on variable substrates, focusing on fine-art canvas using professional wide-format printers. Also view demonstrations of different coatings/glazing products for canvas and learn helpful tips for their application. Learn to mount and stretch canvas to create wonderful gallery wraps of the highest quality- a must for the serious photographer! Prerequisite: Essential Digital Color Printing (AR169). Directions to the instructor's studio will be sent upon registration. Students may purchase optional supplies from the instructor for up to $35 (canvas-size options, varnish coating, and stretcher frame or foam core).

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Painting with Acrylics

Instructor: Scott Thompson

This class offers practical solutions in the field of acrylic painting for both beginner and the advanced artist. Individual instruction will be offered on the basics of color mixing, simplifying your palette, composition and paint application. Learn how to choose the right kind of paint, canvases, and brushes for your work of art.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Understanding Your Canon DSLR

Instructor: Deanna Andrepont

Are you intimidated by your Canon digital SLR camera? Don�t settle for photographs that are less than your camera is capable of delivering, and don�t be left in the dark about the vast array of features that you can use to take professional-quality images. Learn to navigate the menus, submenus, options, and settings of Canon digital SLR�s to your best advantage. Beginning with the basic camera controls and progressing to the most advanced options, you will learn to unlock your camera�s potential. Soon you�ll be able to tailor the camera�s settings and options to suit your individual needs.

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Understanding Your Nikon DSLR

Instructor: Mike Neilson

Modern Nikon digital SLRs, from the D40 to the D700 and beyond, are incredibly complex machines. With almost infinite capabilities, the main problem is to know which settings to use. This course is designed to help you understand the available options and unlock the vast potential of your digital Nikon. We will begin with basic camera settings (shooting modes, image quality, white balance, ISO); advance to auto focus, exposure compensation and flash options; and conclude with demystifying menus and how to customize your camera for your needs. Bring your camera and manual to class.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Wordpressing The Limits: Customize Your WordPress Website

Instructor: Donna K. Fitch

You've got a website on WordPress, but how can you make it stand out from the crowd? Learn to create unique header images and backgrounds, choose flexible themes to improve your page layout and increase functionality with widgets. Complete your personalized website during this course with one-on-one advice from the instructor. Cap off your experience by learning about WordPress self-hosting and what's required for growing a business using an e-commerce WordPress site. Prerequisites: experience using a web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) and Create Your Own Website with WordPress.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013
End Day
All Day
Spring Semester Final examinations (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Semester Final examinations
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Graduating Senior Art Exhibition

Graduating seniors in fine art, graphic design and interior architecture display their senior projects for academic and professional review, and for the community.

Reception following commencement

Location: Art Gallery (BBS 153)

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Painting Impressionistic Landscapes: �Level I

Instructor: Scott Thompson

Using a limited palette of acrylics, beginners learn how to paint spontaneous landscapes from photographs. This course focuses on color mixing, lighting, simple shapes and editing photos to develop good painting.

Thursday, May 16, 2013
End Day
Spring Semester Final examinations (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Semester Final examinations
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Graduating Senior Art Exhibition

Graduating seniors in fine art, graphic design and interior architecture display their senior projects for academic and professional review, and for the community.

Reception following commencement

Location: Art Gallery (BBS 153)

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
[W] Baseball vs Davidson College
W 14-2 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8721
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Explorations of Wedding Photography

Instructor: Lisa Marie Bearden

Learn the craft of wedding photography and hone the essential skills of a professional wedding photographer. Work with a successful and professional wedding photographer who can set up and run a wedding photography business. Discuss how to shoot and produce demonstrations and helpful photography critiques help to improve your ability to having a successful wedding photography business. Prerequisites: Photography I: Basic (AR190) and knowledge of using off-camera lighting such as studio lights or flash units.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Photography I: Basic

Instructor: Michael Nelson

Building on "Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR" (AR110 or AR120), this course is designed to help you make effective images using the capabilities of your DSLR. The course's goals are to increase your understanding of photographic technique and composition. Topics covered include exposure, selecting the appropriate aperture and shutter speed, lens choices, lighting options, and basic principles of framing and composition. Equipment needed: DSLR Camera. Prerequisites: Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR (AR110 or AR120).

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
[L] Baseball vs Davidson College
L 5-10 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8744
Friday, May 17, 2013
12:00 AM - Midnight
Commencement weekend

Samford University will graduate about 900 seniors during commencement activities in May.  The schedule will begin with Beeson Divinity School's program May 8 and continue with programs May 17-18.

Here is this year's schedule.

Wednesday, May 8

* 11 a.m. Beeson Divinity School, Hodges Chapel.  Speaker: Daniel Aleshire, president, The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.

Friday, May 17

* 10 a.m. McWhorter School of Pharmacy, Wright Center.  Speaker: Kenny Sanders, president, Alabama Board of Pharmacy.

* 1 p.m. Brock School of Business, Wright Center.  Speaker: Alan Register, Birmingham city president, BBVA Compass Bank

* 3:30 p.m. Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing, Wright Center.  Speaker: Dr. Juanzetta Flowers, nursing leader and pioneer of the Nurse Practitioner Movement

* 6 p.m. Cumberland School of Law, Wright Center.  Speaker: Joel Dubina, chief judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.

Saturday, May 18

* 10 a.m. Howard College of Arts and Sciences, School of the Arts and Orlean Bullard Beeson School of Education and Professional Studies, Hanna Center.  Speaker: Carolyn McKinstry, president, Sixteenth Street Foundation.

Other commencement activities Friday, May 17, will include the graduation prayer breakfast in the main dining room of Beeson University Center at 7:30 a.m.; the  Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing pinning ceremony at Shades Mountain Baptist Church at 10 a.m.; and  the Air Force ROTC commissioning ceremony in Reid Chapel at 1 p.m.

On Saturday, May 18, the graduating senior art exhibition reception will follow commencement in the Samford Art Gallery.

7:30 AM - 7:30 AM
Graduates Prayer Breakfast
Since Samford’s first commencement in 1847, the graduating class has joined with faculty in a time of worship, prayer and reflection.  To continue this tradition you are invited to join with members of the Class of 2013 and the university faculty at a Prayer Breakfast for Graduates in the Caf.
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Graduating Senior Art Exhibition

Graduating seniors in fine art, graphic design and interior architecture display their senior projects for academic and professional review, and for the community.

Reception following commencement

Location: Art Gallery (BBS 153)

10:00 AM
Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing Pinning Ceremony
The May 2013 graduating class of the Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing will participate in a traditional pinning ceremony on Friday, May 17, 2013 at 10:00 AM at Shades Mountain Baptist Church. Family and friends of the graduates are encouraged to attend this ceremony to demonstrate their support as the students begin their professional nursing careers.

Location: Shades Mountain Baptist Church-Main Sanctuary
Start Time 10:00 AM
Spring Commencement (McWhorter School of Pharmacy) (Multi-Day Event)

Samford hosts Commencement in May and December each year. This is a milestone for students and parents and we celebrate this great accomplishment with you.

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Spring Commencement (Brock School of Business)

Samford hosts Commencement in May and December each year. This is a milestone for students and parents and we celebrate this great accomplishment with you.

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Spring Commencement (Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing)

Samford hosts Commencement in May and December each year. This is a milestone for students and parents and we celebrate this great accomplishment with you.

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
[L] Baseball vs Davidson College
L 1-12 7 inn. http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8722
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Law Commencement Reception

Location: Large Gathering Room (ROBH 207), Brewer Plaza

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Spring Commencement (Cumberland School of Law)

Samford hosts Commencement in May and December each year. This is a milestone for students and parents and we celebrate this great accomplishment with you.

Saturday, May 18, 2013
End Time 11:00 AM
Spring Commencement (McWhorter School of Pharmacy) (Multi-Day Event)

Samford hosts Commencement in May and December each year. This is a milestone for students and parents and we celebrate this great accomplishment with you.

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Graduating Senior Art Exhibition

Graduating seniors in fine art, graphic design and interior architecture display their senior projects for academic and professional review, and for the community.

Reception following commencement

Location: Art Gallery (BBS 153)

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Geology and Soils

Instructor: David Frings

This class introduces students to the rocks, soils, minerals and fossils most likely to be encountered in Alabama and their relationship to the state's geological history. Participants learn the distribution of major rock types in the state, and their relationship to the shaping of Alabama's topography and the development of ecosystems. This hands-on class presents methods of identification for basic rock-forming minerals and rocks. This class is a combination of classroom presentations and hands-on fieldwork. This class counts as a core course toward an Alabama Naturalist Certificate.

Location: Oak Mountain Interpretive Ctr.

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Spring Commencement (A&S, Sch of the Arts, Sch of Education)

Samford hosts Commencement in May and December each year. This is a milestone for students and parents and we celebrate this great accomplishment with you.

Sunday, May 19, 2013
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Birmingham Boys Choir Concert

Location: Jane Hollock Brock Recital Hall (JHBRK 102) �

Monday, May 20, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - For Managers and Supervisors: Enhancing Your Management Sense

Instructor: Fred Rogan

This course is designed to help managers at any level become better managers. Learn how to behave as a manager and how to treat your employees so that they want to work for you. This course helps managers be aware of their strengths and weaknesses as a manager, and teaches them how to work with problem employees. This pragmatic course is applicable to any work setting. Textbook is included with paid registration.

Samford After Sundown can customize this course on-site to meet your company's business needs--specifically for managers and supervisors. Cost is $100 per employee (minimum of $500 and maximum of $2,000 per company, per three-session, six total hour course). Please contact Samford After Sundown for further details on customizing a course for your company's needs.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Golf

Instructor: Bennie Smallwood

Learn the basics of golf, including etiquette, rules, equipment, short game, ball flight and more. Most of the course takes place on the driving range and practice green. Bring your own clubs. Equipment can be provided if needed.

Location: Oak Mountain State Park

No class 5/27/2013

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Improvisation and Comedy, Level II: Scene Work

Instructors: Douglas O'Neil, Jr. and Callie Mauldin

Focus on constructing cohesive scenes in the improvised form. Work with a variety of techniques for properly structuring and executing scenes using the principles of improv and comedy learned in Improvisation and Comedy Level I. Explore higher-level comedy concepts such as satire and stylistic choices. Prerequisite: Improvisation and Comedy Level I.

No class 5/27/2013

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Homewood High School Graduation
Location:Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Chelsea High School Graduation

Location: Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Center Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Creating Fine-Art Prints and Canvases

Abbie Turner Wiersma

Learn to create fine-art prints on variable substrates, focusing on fine-art canvas using professional wide-format printers. Also view demonstrations of different coatings/glazing products for canvas and learn helpful tips for their application. Learn to mount and stretch canvas to create wonderful gallery wraps of the highest quality- a must for the serious photographer! Prerequisite: Essential Digital Color Printing (AR169). Directions to the instructor's studio will be sent upon registration. Students may purchase optional supplies from the instructor for up to $35 (canvas-size options, varnish coating, and stretcher frame or foam core).

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Understanding Your Nikon DSLR

Instructor: Mike Neilson

Modern Nikon digital SLRs, from the D40 to the D700 and beyond, are incredibly complex machines. With almost infinite capabilities, the main problem is to know which settings to use. This course is designed to help you understand the available options and unlock the vast potential of your digital Nikon. We will begin with basic camera settings (shooting modes, image quality, white balance, ISO); advance to auto focus, exposure compensation and flash options; and conclude with demystifying menus and how to customize your camera for your needs. Bring your camera and manual to class.

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
ASO ConcertMaster & Friends: Wynton Marsalis' A Fiddler's Tale

Jazz, passion and ambition are all part of Wynton Marsalis's 21st century take on the old tale of a musician's pact with the Devil.

Location: Jane Hollock Brock Recital Hall (JHBRK 102)

Wednesday, May 22, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
[L] Baseball vs Western Carolina University
L 7-13 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8723
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Spain Park Graduation
Location:Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Painting Impressionistic Landscapes: �Level I

Instructor: Scott Thompson

Using a limited palette of acrylics, beginners learn how to paint spontaneous landscapes from photographs. This course focuses on color mixing, lighting, simple shapes and editing photos to develop good painting.

Thursday, May 23, 2013
All Day
[N] Track and Field at NCAA East Regional
N - http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8610
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
[L] Baseball vs Appalachian State University
L 1-2 http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8724
2:00 PM
Clay-Chalkville High School Graduation
Clay-Chalkville High School Graduation
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Photography I: Basic

Instructor: Michael Nelson

Building on "Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR" (AR110 or AR120), this course is designed to help you make effective images using the capabilities of your DSLR. The course's goals are to increase your understanding of photographic technique and composition. Topics covered include exposure, selecting the appropriate aperture and shutter speed, lens choices, lighting options, and basic principles of framing and composition. Equipment needed: DSLR Camera. Prerequisites: Understanding Your Canon or Nikon DSLR (AR110 or AR120).

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Dallas Alumni Regional Event

Come join the Alumni Office for a dinner in the area. This event is for Samford Trustees, Overseers, Parents, Alumni and Friends. We look forward to seeing you!

7:00 PM
Mountain Brook High School Graduation
Mountain Brook High School Graduation
Friday, May 24, 2013
All Day
Baseball vs SOCON TOURNAMENT
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8725
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Microsoft Excel Intermediate Course
Microsoft Excel-Intermediate is a one day course designed for anyone who has a thorough knowledge of the Excel-Basic concepts. Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to produce customs lists, use Autocalculate, use count functions, conditional functions, IF/AND/OR functions date and time functions, in addition to several other Excel features. 

Topics include:

  • Creating and modifying custom lists
  • Using Autocalculate to find totals, averages, minimum and maximum values
  • Use count nested count functions
  • Use IF/AND/OR functions
  • Use date/time functions
  • Use functions to find information
  • Name cells
  • Conduct formula auditing
  • Learn to add comments to spreadsheets
  • Move and copy worksheets
  • Learn to query and filter data
  • Learn to sort data
  • Create charts
  • Learn shortcuts

You must pre-register.

Fee: $245 per person. Lunch is provided. 
Location: DBH 423
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Microsoft PowerPoint Course
Effective PowerPoint for professionals is a one-day hands-on workshop designed to provide participants with the tools and skills necessary to create winning multi-media presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Format eye-catching cover slides that draw in the audience
  • Utilize blueprint slides to outline the structure of a presentation
  • Design dynamic body slides that convey information clearly and concisely
  • Organize the various master slides into a coherent narrative
  • Integrate graphics, tables, and charts as supporting evidence
  • Navigate the technical tools available in PowerPoint 2010

You must pre-register.

Where: Brock School of Business, Room DBH312
Fee: $245 per person. Lunch is provided. 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
St. Clair County Graduation
Location:Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)
Saturday, May 25, 2013
All Day
Baseball vs SOCON TOURNAMENT
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8726
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, May 26, 2013
All Day
Baseball vs SOCON TOURNAMENT
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8727
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
John Carroll High School Graduation
Location:Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)
Monday, May 27, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Golf

Instructor: Bennie Smallwood

Learn the basics of golf, including etiquette, rules, equipment, short game, ball flight and more. Most of the course takes place on the driving range and practice green. Bring your own clubs. Equipment can be provided if needed.

Location: Oak Mountain State Park

No class 5/27/2013

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Improvisation and Comedy, Level II: Scene Work

Instructors: Douglas O'Neil, Jr. and Callie Mauldin

Focus on constructing cohesive scenes in the improvised form. Work with a variety of techniques for properly structuring and executing scenes using the principles of improv and comedy learned in Improvisation and Comedy Level I. Explore higher-level comedy concepts such as satire and stylistic choices. Prerequisite: Improvisation and Comedy Level I.

No class 5/27/2013

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Microsoft Excel Advanced Course
Microsoft Excel-Advanced is a one day course designed for anyone who has a thorough knowledge of the Excel-Intermediate Course concepts. Participants should have a command of formulas, charts, and spreadsheet layout. Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to create subtotals, complete advance formulas, conduct database functions, create and use data tables, learn filtering methods, link data, create scenarios, create templates, and learn protection and security.

Topics include:

  • Learn advanced formula techniques
  • Learn database functions including Dmax, Dmin,and Dsum
  • Learn text functions including; trim, concatenate, and proper
  • Create and use tables
  • Use goal seek on simple and more complex calculations
  • Create scenarios and scenario summaries
  • Learn methods of filtering records in a worksheet
  • Learn to link data
  • Create macros
  • Learn macrosecurity
  • Create templates
  • Create a data form

You must pre-register.

Where: Brock School of Business, Room DBH423 
Fee: $245 per person. Lunch is provided. 
Questions? bnichols@samford.edu or (205-726-4486)

Deadline for registration is May 27th at noon
Please note: parking instructions and room information will be provided after registration. 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Creating Fine-Art Prints and Canvases

Abbie Turner Wiersma

Learn to create fine-art prints on variable substrates, focusing on fine-art canvas using professional wide-format printers. Also view demonstrations of different coatings/glazing products for canvas and learn helpful tips for their application. Learn to mount and stretch canvas to create wonderful gallery wraps of the highest quality- a must for the serious photographer! Prerequisite: Essential Digital Color Printing (AR169). Directions to the instructor's studio will be sent upon registration. Students may purchase optional supplies from the instructor for up to $35 (canvas-size options, varnish coating, and stretcher frame or foam core).

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
BHM Young Alumni Baron's Game

The Birmingham Young Alumni Board invites you to start summer off right!  Join us for dinner & baseball at the brand new Regions Field on Tuesday, May 28. Food will be available at 6:30pm, game time is 7pm.   We have reserved the Vision First Home Run Porch in left field.   Cost is only $5 and includes your ticket to the game as well as dinner.

We want this to be another great event for Samford's young alumni in Birmingham.  We hope you will join us!

 
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Thursday, May 30, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Friday, May 31, 2013
All Day
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Team Camps at Samford University
Middle School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 7–8
May 31–June 1
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

High School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 9–12
June 20–21
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

While on campus, head coaches are responsible for coaching and monitoring their respective teams.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).

Features
Each team will play a minimum of three games per day, officiated by AHSAA-certified referees. Coaches will have access to a hospitality room. Each camper receives a T-shirt, and lunch will be provided in the Samford cafeteria each day.

Facilities
Bennie Seltzer’s Basketball Team Camps are held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and in Seibert Hall. Six full length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Saturday, June 01, 2013
All Day
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Team Camps at Samford University
Middle School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 7–8
May 31–June 1
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

High School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 9–12
June 20–21
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

While on campus, head coaches are responsible for coaching and monitoring their respective teams.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).

Features
Each team will play a minimum of three games per day, officiated by AHSAA-certified referees. Coaches will have access to a hospitality room. Each camper receives a T-shirt, and lunch will be provided in the Samford cafeteria each day.

Facilities
Bennie Seltzer’s Basketball Team Camps are held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and in Seibert Hall. Six full length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.
All Day
ELLI Summer 1 begins
The ELLI offers a concentrated English language curriculum designed to help non-native English speakers develop the English skills needed to achieve their academic goals in an American university.
All Day
High School Prospect Football Camp
High School Prospect Football Camp
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, June 02, 2013
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

Monday, June 03, 2013
All Day
Bulldog Days I
Bulldog Days is Samford's new student orientation program and is designed to assist new students with academic placement and facilitate early registration. This experience also affords new students the opportunity to begin the transition process from high school to college. Participation in Bulldog Days at Samford University is required and is vital to a student's successful college experience. New students will not be allowed to register for classes prior to Bulldog Days.   
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Howard College of Arts & Sciences Meet the Dean

Arts & Sciences students and parents meet the Dean

Location: Brooks Hall 134 Auditorium

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Golf

Instructor: Bennie Smallwood

Learn the basics of golf, including etiquette, rules, equipment, short game, ball flight and more. Most of the course takes place on the driving range and practice green. Bring your own clubs. Equipment can be provided if needed.

Location: Oak Mountain State Park

No class 5/27/2013

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Samford After Sundown - Improvisation and Comedy, Level II: Scene Work

Instructors: Douglas O'Neil, Jr. and Callie Mauldin

Focus on constructing cohesive scenes in the improvised form. Work with a variety of techniques for properly structuring and executing scenes using the principles of improv and comedy learned in Improvisation and Comedy Level I. Explore higher-level comedy concepts such as satire and stylistic choices. Prerequisite: Improvisation and Comedy Level I.

No class 5/27/2013

Tuesday, June 04, 2013
All Day
Bulldog Days I
Bulldog Days is Samford's new student orientation program and is designed to assist new students with academic placement and facilitate early registration. This experience also affords new students the opportunity to begin the transition process from high school to college. Participation in Bulldog Days at Samford University is required and is vital to a student's successful college experience. New students will not be allowed to register for classes prior to Bulldog Days.   
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Academic Advising & Registration

Undeclared and A & S entering freshman registrations

Location: University Library classroom (DALIB 040)

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Creating Fine-Art Prints and Canvases

Abbie Turner Wiersma

Learn to create fine-art prints on variable substrates, focusing on fine-art canvas using professional wide-format printers. Also view demonstrations of different coatings/glazing products for canvas and learn helpful tips for their application. Learn to mount and stretch canvas to create wonderful gallery wraps of the highest quality- a must for the serious photographer! Prerequisite: Essential Digital Color Printing (AR169). Directions to the instructor's studio will be sent upon registration. Students may purchase optional supplies from the instructor for up to $35 (canvas-size options, varnish coating, and stretcher frame or foam core).

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Tuscaloosa Alumni Regional Event

Come join the Alumni Office for a dinner in the area. This event is for Samford Trustees, Overseers, Parents, Alumni and Friends. We look forward to seeing you!

Wednesday, June 05, 2013
All Day
Track and Field at NCAA Championships
http://samfordsports.com/calendar.aspx?id=8611
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Miss Alabama Pageant 2013

Location: Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Center Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)

Thursday, June 06, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Miss Alabama Pageant 2013

Location: Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Center Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)

Friday, June 07, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Senior Saxophone Recital: Jared Cannon
Senior Composition Recital: Jared Cannon
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Miss Alabama Pageant 2013

Location: Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Center Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)

Saturday, June 08, 2013
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Learning Alabama Bird Songs: Identifying Birds By Ear

Instructor: Greg Harber

Spring and early summer are the ideal times to learn about the birds of central Alabama. Bird song fills the morning air as males seek to attract mates while also establishing and defending a territory from the other males. Learn to identify birds primarily by their songs: the use of field marks in identifying birds is addressed as well. Ample field time at three local birding sites, featuring a variety of habitats, introduces students to the diversity of bird life in Alabama. Handouts and resources for learning songs are covered in a classroom setting. Location and direction to field sites will be sent upon registration. Bring binoculars and field guides if you have them. This class counts as an elective toward an Alabama Naturalist Certificate.

Location: Oak Mountain Interpretive Ctr.

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
ACT Tests

A standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions in the United States produced by ACT, Inc.

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Miss Alabama Pageant 2013

Location: Leslie S Wright Fine Arts Center Concert Hall (LSWFA 100)

Sunday, June 09, 2013
All Day
Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research

The Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators.  Students choose one of the offered courses that last throughout the week and that range from a course for beginners to courses on specialized topics.

The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.  The faculty is composed of outstanding nationally known genealogy educators. Begun in 1962, the institute regularly enrolls over 200 students from around the country.

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

Monday, June 10, 2013
All Day
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Team Camps
Team Camps

(limited to teams of players in grades 7–12)
Session 1: June 10–11
Session 2: June 12–13
Session 3: June 28–29
$90/player per session
$200 team deposit per session plus $50 team fee
Check-in: one hour before your team’s first game
Additional day is $45/player

• Each team will play in three or four games per day on one of six on campus courts.
• Games are officiated by AHSAA referees.
• Each camper receives a T-shirt.
• One all-you-care-to-eat meal is provided each day in the Samford cafeteria.
• Parents and friends are welcome to observe.
• A certified athletic trainer is on-site.

Facilities

Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Six full-length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Lodging

These hotels offer discounted rates for teams needing overnight accommodations. Each hotel offers a hot breakfast. Be sure to mention that you are visiting Samford when reserving rooms. Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is unable to offer on-campus housing.

Sponsors

Drury Inn Suites
160 State Farm Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
205-940-9500
$88
3.5 miles from campus

Hampton Inn
2731 U.S. Highway 280
Birmingham, AL 35223
205-870-7822
$94
2.5 miles from campus
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital perfor­mances and a gala ensemble presenta­tion open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
Baseball Team Camp
Camp for the 2013 baseball team.
All Day
Bulldog Days II
Join us for Bulldog Days to learn more about Samford and to start your own Samford story! 
All Day
Bulldog Summer Softball Camp I
Summer Softball Camp
All Day
Nike Tennis Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
All Day
Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research

The Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators.  Students choose one of the offered courses that last throughout the week and that range from a course for beginners to courses on specialized topics.

The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.  The faculty is composed of outstanding nationally known genealogy educators. Begun in 1962, the institute regularly enrolls over 200 students from around the country.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
LSAT Testing
LSAT Testing
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Golf

Instructor: Bennie Smallwood

Learn the basics of golf, including etiquette, rules, equipment, short game, ball flight and more. Most of the course takes place on the driving range and practice green. Bring your own clubs. Equipment can be provided if needed.

Location: Oak Mountain State Park

No class 5/27/2013

Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Bulldog Days II
Join us for Bulldog Days to learn more about Samford and to start your own Samford story! 
Bulldog Summer Softball Camp I
Summer Softball Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
All Day
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Team Camps
Team Camps

(limited to teams of players in grades 7–12)
Session 1: June 10–11
Session 2: June 12–13
Session 3: June 28–29
$90/player per session
$200 team deposit per session plus $50 team fee
Check-in: one hour before your team’s first game
Additional day is $45/player

• Each team will play in three or four games per day on one of six on campus courts.
• Games are officiated by AHSAA referees.
• Each camper receives a T-shirt.
• One all-you-care-to-eat meal is provided each day in the Samford cafeteria.
• Parents and friends are welcome to observe.
• A certified athletic trainer is on-site.

Facilities

Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Six full-length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Lodging

These hotels offer discounted rates for teams needing overnight accommodations. Each hotel offers a hot breakfast. Be sure to mention that you are visiting Samford when reserving rooms. Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is unable to offer on-campus housing.

Sponsors

Drury Inn Suites
160 State Farm Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
205-940-9500
$88
3.5 miles from campus

Hampton Inn
2731 U.S. Highway 280
Birmingham, AL 35223
205-870-7822
$94
2.5 miles from campus
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital perfor­mances and a gala ensemble presenta­tion open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
Baseball Team Camp
Camp for the 2013 baseball team.
All Day
Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research

The Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators.  Students choose one of the offered courses that last throughout the week and that range from a course for beginners to courses on specialized topics.

The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.  The faculty is composed of outstanding nationally known genealogy educators. Begun in 1962, the institute regularly enrolls over 200 students from around the country.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Managing Your Finances In Today's Economy
Presented by The Brock School of Business
Sponsored by Mark Burkholder and Mike LaHurd, Southeastern Financial Group
With Guest Speaker, Bob Ball, Creator of The Living Balance Sheet 

Come Learn How to Unlock Your True Financial Potential! 

Topics include:

  • How to Properly Organize Your Finances
  • Pitfalls of Traditional Financial Planning and Common Financial Myths
  • How Different Parts of Your Financial Life Can Work Together
  • Fifteen Rules You Should Follow to Improve Your Finances
  • How Risk Affects Your Financial Performance
  • How to Properly Incorporate Insurance into Your Finances
  • Pros and Cons of Investing in Your Company’s 401(k)
  • How Stock Market Swings Affect Your Ability to Build and Enjoy Wealth
  • How to Achieve Maximum Cash Flow in Retirement

You must pre-register.

Where: Brock School of Business, Room DBH423 
Fee: $15 per person.

Deadline for registration is June 10th at noon
Please note: parking instructions and room information will be provided after registration. 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Summer Teacher Education Workshop
Please join us for a great day of professional development! Participants will gain insight in breakthrough PreK-6 teaching methods shared by award-winning educators and receive 5 hours of professional development.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Samford After Sundown - Creating Fine-Art Prints and Canvases

Abbie Turner Wiersma

Learn to create fine-art prints on variable substrates, focusing on fine-art canvas using professional wide-format printers. Also view demonstrations of different coatings/glazing products for canvas and learn helpful tips for their application. Learn to mount and stretch canvas to create wonderful gallery wraps of the highest quality- a must for the serious photographer! Prerequisite: Essential Digital Color Printing (AR169). Directions to the instructor's studio will be sent upon registration. Students may purchase optional supplies from the instructor for up to $35 (canvas-size options, varnish coating, and stretcher frame or foam core).

Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Bulldog Summer Softball Camp I
Summer Softball Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
All Day
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Team Camps
Team Camps

(limited to teams of players in grades 7–12)
Session 1: June 10–11
Session 2: June 12–13
Session 3: June 28–29
$90/player per session
$200 team deposit per session plus $50 team fee
Check-in: one hour before your team’s first game
Additional day is $45/player

• Each team will play in three or four games per day on one of six on campus courts.
• Games are officiated by AHSAA referees.
• Each camper receives a T-shirt.
• One all-you-care-to-eat meal is provided each day in the Samford cafeteria.
• Parents and friends are welcome to observe.
• A certified athletic trainer is on-site.

Facilities

Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Six full-length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Lodging

These hotels offer discounted rates for teams needing overnight accommodations. Each hotel offers a hot breakfast. Be sure to mention that you are visiting Samford when reserving rooms. Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is unable to offer on-campus housing.

Sponsors

Drury Inn Suites
160 State Farm Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
205-940-9500
$88
3.5 miles from campus

Hampton Inn
2731 U.S. Highway 280
Birmingham, AL 35223
205-870-7822
$94
2.5 miles from campus
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital perfor­mances and a gala ensemble presenta­tion open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
Baseball Team Camp
Camp for the 2013 baseball team.
All Day
Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research

The Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators.  Students choose one of the offered courses that last throughout the week and that range from a course for beginners to courses on specialized topics.

The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.  The faculty is composed of outstanding nationally known genealogy educators. Begun in 1962, the institute regularly enrolls over 200 students from around the country.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Thursday, June 13, 2013
Nike Tennis Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
All Day
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Team Camps
Team Camps

(limited to teams of players in grades 7–12)
Session 1: June 10–11
Session 2: June 12–13
Session 3: June 28–29
$90/player per session
$200 team deposit per session plus $50 team fee
Check-in: one hour before your team’s first game
Additional day is $45/player

• Each team will play in three or four games per day on one of six on campus courts.
• Games are officiated by AHSAA referees.
• Each camper receives a T-shirt.
• One all-you-care-to-eat meal is provided each day in the Samford cafeteria.
• Parents and friends are welcome to observe.
• A certified athletic trainer is on-site.

Facilities

Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Six full-length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Lodging

These hotels offer discounted rates for teams needing overnight accommodations. Each hotel offers a hot breakfast. Be sure to mention that you are visiting Samford when reserving rooms. Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is unable to offer on-campus housing.

Sponsors

Drury Inn Suites
160 State Farm Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
205-940-9500
$88
3.5 miles from campus

Hampton Inn
2731 U.S. Highway 280
Birmingham, AL 35223
205-870-7822
$94
2.5 miles from campus
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital perfor­mances and a gala ensemble presenta­tion open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research

The Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators.  Students choose one of the offered courses that last throughout the week and that range from a course for beginners to courses on specialized topics.

The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.  The faculty is composed of outstanding nationally known genealogy educators. Begun in 1962, the institute regularly enrolls over 200 students from around the country.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Friday, June 14, 2013
Nike Tennis Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital perfor­mances and a gala ensemble presenta­tion open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
Father/Daughter Basketball Camp
Father/Daughter Basketball Camp
All Day
Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research

The Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators.  Students choose one of the offered courses that last throughout the week and that range from a course for beginners to courses on specialized topics.

The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.  The faculty is composed of outstanding nationally known genealogy educators. Begun in 1962, the institute regularly enrolls over 200 students from around the country.

All Day
Transfer Bulldog Days
Bulldog Days is Samford's new student orientation program and is designed to assist new students with academic placement and facilitate early registration. This experience also affords new students the opportunity to begin the transition process from high school to college. Participation in Bulldog Days at Samford University is required and is vital to a student's successful college experience. New students will not be allowed to register for classes prior to Bulldog Days.   
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Father/Daughter Basketball Camp
Father/Daughter Basketball Camp
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Camps
NEW! College Prep Camp
Two sessions for 2013
Session 1: June 7, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Session 2: June 8, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 9–12 (starting fall 2013)
$75 (lunch provided)
$25 discount if attending both sessions

This new camp is designed for high school players who are looking to advance to the collegiate level. Mike Morris presents “What College Coaches Look For.” Campers work on skills with coaches to compete in 5-on-5 games to showcase their talent. Each camper receives a T-shirt.

Fundamental Day Camp
June 3–6,
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Grades 1–9
$200 (lunch provided each day)
$50 deposit
$25 discount for each additional sibling
Check-in: June 2, 6–7 p.m.
or June 3, 7:30–8:30 a.m.

Day camp provides campers with an enjoyable learning experience, and an understanding of offensive and defensive basketball fundamentals. Campers benefit from individual instruction from Samford Head Coach Mike
Morris, his staff and Samford players. Campers are grouped according to age, size and ability so that each camper may compete in a league best-suited to develop her talents, and to ensure enjoyment and improvement during team competition. Daily schedules include skill development stations, team drills, league games and individual competition. Lunch will be provided each day. Parents and friends are welcome to attend an awards ceremony on Thursday at 3 p.m. Each camper receives a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture. Daily trivia for a chance to win official Samford women’s basketball gear!

Father/Daughter Camp
June 14–15
Grades 1–12, fathers of all ages
$225 (includes father and daughter)
$25 each additional daughter
$50 deposit
Check-in: June 14, 5–6 p.m.
Conclusion: June 15, 3 p.m.

Samford’s annual Father/Daughter Camp offers an opportunity for father and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skill and esteem in a fun way through games, contests and great competition. This will be a time together that neither one of you will forget. Each camper receives a picture with her father, T-shirt and basketball. Fathers and daughters stay in Samford residence halls, and all meals are provided. This camp is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, June 16, 2013
Start Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Great Ideas Summer Institute
The University Fellows Great Ideas Institute is dedicated to teaching and promoting the enduring ideas of the Western intellectual tradition. It offers a series of seminars throughout the year for Samford students and faculty and a summer seminar for high school juniors and seniors.
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

Monday, June 17, 2013
Great Ideas Summer Institute
The University Fellows Great Ideas Institute is dedicated to teaching and promoting the enduring ideas of the Western intellectual tradition. It offers a series of seminars throughout the year for Samford students and faculty and a summer seminar for high school juniors and seniors.
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball youth camp
All Day
Bulldog Days III
Join us for Bulldog Days to learn more about Samford and to start your own Samford story! 
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
Start Time 9:00 AM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Fundamental Camps at Samford University (Multi-Day Event)
June 17–19 (ages 5–15)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $200 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)

June 24–27 (ages 6–17)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $225 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.
Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.
Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers
may bring their own snacks.

Facilities
The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball youth camp
Bulldog Days III
Join us for Bulldog Days to learn more about Samford and to start your own Samford story! 
Great Ideas Summer Institute
The University Fellows Great Ideas Institute is dedicated to teaching and promoting the enduring ideas of the Western intellectual tradition. It offers a series of seminars throughout the year for Samford students and faculty and a summer seminar for high school juniors and seniors.
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Fundamental Camps at Samford University (Multi-Day Event)
June 17–19 (ages 5–15)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $200 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)

June 24–27 (ages 6–17)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $225 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.
Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.
Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers
may bring their own snacks.

Facilities
The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Academic Advising & Registration

Undeclared and A & S entering freshman registrations

Location: University Library classroom (DALIB 040)

Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball youth camp
Great Ideas Summer Institute
The University Fellows Great Ideas Institute is dedicated to teaching and promoting the enduring ideas of the Western intellectual tradition. It offers a series of seminars throughout the year for Samford students and faculty and a summer seminar for high school juniors and seniors.
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
End Time 4:00 AM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Fundamental Camps at Samford University (Multi-Day Event)
June 17–19 (ages 5–15)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $200 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)

June 24–27 (ages 6–17)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $225 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.
Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.
Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers
may bring their own snacks.

Facilities
The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball youth camp
Great Ideas Summer Institute
The University Fellows Great Ideas Institute is dedicated to teaching and promoting the enduring ideas of the Western intellectual tradition. It offers a series of seminars throughout the year for Samford students and faculty and a summer seminar for high school juniors and seniors.
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Team Camps at Samford University
Middle School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 7–8
May 31–June 1
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

High School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 9–12
June 20–21
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

While on campus, head coaches are responsible for coaching and monitoring their respective teams.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).

Features
Each team will play a minimum of three games per day, officiated by AHSAA-certified referees. Coaches will have access to a hospitality room. Each camper receives a T-shirt, and lunch will be provided in the Samford cafeteria each day.

Facilities
Bennie Seltzer’s Basketball Team Camps are held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and in Seibert Hall. Six full length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
Friday, June 21, 2013
Great Ideas Summer Institute
The University Fellows Great Ideas Institute is dedicated to teaching and promoting the enduring ideas of the Western intellectual tradition. It offers a series of seminars throughout the year for Samford students and faculty and a summer seminar for high school juniors and seniors.
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Team Camps at Samford University
Middle School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 7–8
May 31–June 1
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

High School Camp
Limited to teams comprised of players in grades 9–12
June 20–21
Team Fee: $200
Per Player Fee: $55

While on campus, head coaches are responsible for coaching and monitoring their respective teams.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).

Features
Each team will play a minimum of three games per day, officiated by AHSAA-certified referees. Coaches will have access to a hospitality room. Each camper receives a T-shirt, and lunch will be provided in the Samford cafeteria each day.

Facilities
Bennie Seltzer’s Basketball Team Camps are held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and in Seibert Hall. Six full length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Saturday, June 22, 2013
Great Ideas Summer Institute
The University Fellows Great Ideas Institute is dedicated to teaching and promoting the enduring ideas of the Western intellectual tradition. It offers a series of seminars throughout the year for Samford students and faculty and a summer seminar for high school juniors and seniors.
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, June 23, 2013
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
Start Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
MD Calling Opening Session

Location: Propst 140 Planetarium (PH 140)

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
MD Calling Dinner

Location: Howard Room

8:30 PM - 10:00 PM
MD Calling Evening Event

Location: Harry's Coffee House

Monday, June 24, 2013
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

All Day
Mini Dawgs Summer Softball Camp II
Youth Softball Camp - session 2
Start Time 7:00 AM
Once Upon a Time Theatre Camp: Rising Grades 1-6 (Multi-Day Event)

The week will be spent learning lines for a play as well as painting a scenic backdrop, gathering costumes and creating makeup designs for the various characters and practicing onstage. Special classes include art, music, creative movement and outdoor games. �The week will culminate in a performance Friday onstage in the Harrison Theatre. �Students receive a camp t-shirt, makeup pencils, bottled water and a snack. �Grades 1 through 6 need to bring a lunch.

Location: Studio 60 (BBS 060), Harrison Theatre (BBS 205)

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Once Upon a Time Theatre Camp

The week will be spent learning lines for a play as well as painting a scenic backdrop, gathering costumes and creating makeup designs for the various characters and practicing onstage. Special classes include art, music, creative movement and outdoor games. �The week will culminate in a performance Friday onstage in the Harrison Theatre. �Students receive a camp t-shirt, makeup pencils, bottled water and a snack. �Grades 1 through 6 need to bring a lunch.

Location: Studio 60 (BBS 060), Harrison Theatre (BBS 205)

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
Start Time 9:00 AM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Fundamental Camps at Samford University (Multi-Day Event)
June 17–19 (ages 5–15)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $200 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)

June 24–27 (ages 6–17)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $225 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.
Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.
Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers
may bring their own snacks.

Facilities
The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
MD Calling

Location: Propst 130 Computer Lab (PH 130)

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
MD Calling

Location: Propst 103 (PH 103)

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
MD Calling Movie Night

Location: Propst 140 Planetarium (PH 140)

Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
Mini Dawgs Summer Softball Camp II
Youth Softball Camp - session 2
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

All Day
Once Upon a Time Theatre Camp: Rising Grades 1-6 (Multi-Day Event)

The week will be spent learning lines for a play as well as painting a scenic backdrop, gathering costumes and creating makeup designs for the various characters and practicing onstage. Special classes include art, music, creative movement and outdoor games. �The week will culminate in a performance Friday onstage in the Harrison Theatre. �Students receive a camp t-shirt, makeup pencils, bottled water and a snack. �Grades 1 through 6 need to bring a lunch.

Location: Studio 60 (BBS 060), Harrison Theatre (BBS 205)

All Day
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Fundamental Camps at Samford University (Multi-Day Event)
June 17–19 (ages 5–15)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $200 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)

June 24–27 (ages 6–17)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $225 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.
Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.
Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers
may bring their own snacks.

Facilities
The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
MD Calling Game Night

Location: Harry's Coffee House

Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
Mini Dawgs Summer Softball Camp II
Youth Softball Camp - session 2
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

All Day
Once Upon a Time Theatre Camp: Rising Grades 1-6 (Multi-Day Event)

The week will be spent learning lines for a play as well as painting a scenic backdrop, gathering costumes and creating makeup designs for the various characters and practicing onstage. Special classes include art, music, creative movement and outdoor games. �The week will culminate in a performance Friday onstage in the Harrison Theatre. �Students receive a camp t-shirt, makeup pencils, bottled water and a snack. �Grades 1 through 6 need to bring a lunch.

Location: Studio 60 (BBS 060), Harrison Theatre (BBS 205)

All Day
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Fundamental Camps at Samford University (Multi-Day Event)
June 17–19 (ages 5–15)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $200 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)

June 24–27 (ages 6–17)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $225 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.
Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.
Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers
may bring their own snacks.

Facilities
The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
MD Calling

Location: Propst 103 (PH 103)

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
MD Calling Closing Ceremony

Location: Brock Forum (DBH 131)

Thursday, June 27, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
Mini Dawgs Summer Softball Camp II
Youth Softball Camp - session 2
All Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

All Day
Once Upon a Time Theatre Camp: Rising Grades 1-6 (Multi-Day Event)

The week will be spent learning lines for a play as well as painting a scenic backdrop, gathering costumes and creating makeup designs for the various characters and practicing onstage. Special classes include art, music, creative movement and outdoor games. �The week will culminate in a performance Friday onstage in the Harrison Theatre. �Students receive a camp t-shirt, makeup pencils, bottled water and a snack. �Grades 1 through 6 need to bring a lunch.

Location: Studio 60 (BBS 060), Harrison Theatre (BBS 205)

End Time 4:00 AM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Fundamental Camps at Samford University (Multi-Day Event)
June 17–19 (ages 5–15)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $200 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)

June 24–27 (ages 6–17)
9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily
Cost: $225 ($70 nonrefundable deposit)
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.
Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.
Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers
may bring their own snacks.

Facilities
The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Insurance
Basketball camp participants are required to provide their own medical insurance. Each camper is required to sign a waiver that will be provided to the high school coach. A professional trainer will be on duty at all times. Doctors are on call during the camp. Because of the rigorous schedule, each camper should come to camp in shape.

Contact
For any questions or information on hotel rates, call 205-726-2920 or contact Anthony Saccoccia at asaccocc@samford.edu.

Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps at Samford University
Daily activities include stretching and conditioning, fundamental stations, shooting competitions, dribbling competitions, and three-on-three and five-on-five play.

Campers should arrive dressed and ready to play with shorts and rubber-soled shoes. Basketballs will be provided
for each camper every day.

Campers will be provided lunch each day in the Samford cafeteria. Campers may bring their own snacks.

The Bennie Seltzer Basketball Camps are held on-campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Sixteen goals are available for individual instruction and full-court games. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.
Friday, June 28, 2013
All Day
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Team Camps
Team Camps

(limited to teams of players in grades 7–12)
Session 1: June 10–11
Session 2: June 12–13
Session 3: June 28–29
$90/player per session
$200 team deposit per session plus $50 team fee
Check-in: one hour before your team’s first game
Additional day is $45/player

• Each team will play in three or four games per day on one of six on campus courts.
• Games are officiated by AHSAA referees.
• Each camper receives a T-shirt.
• One all-you-care-to-eat meal is provided each day in the Samford cafeteria.
• Parents and friends are welcome to observe.
• A certified athletic trainer is on-site.

Facilities

Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Six full-length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Lodging

These hotels offer discounted rates for teams needing overnight accommodations. Each hotel offers a hot breakfast. Be sure to mention that you are visiting Samford when reserving rooms. Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is unable to offer on-campus housing.

Sponsors

Drury Inn Suites
160 State Farm Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
205-940-9500
$88
3.5 miles from campus

Hampton Inn
2731 U.S. Highway 280
Birmingham, AL 35223
205-870-7822
$94
2.5 miles from campus
End Day
Alabama Governor's School (Multi-Day Event)
Alabama's brightest rising seniors attend a two week long learning program at Samford University. The program, The Alabama Governor's School, teaches unique courses to students that they may not have a chance to take at their hometown high school.
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

End Time 4:00 PM
Once Upon a Time Theatre Camp: Rising Grades 1-6 (Multi-Day Event)

The week will be spent learning lines for a play as well as painting a scenic backdrop, gathering costumes and creating makeup designs for the various characters and practicing onstage. Special classes include art, music, creative movement and outdoor games. �The week will culminate in a performance Friday onstage in the Harrison Theatre. �Students receive a camp t-shirt, makeup pencils, bottled water and a snack. �Grades 1 through 6 need to bring a lunch.

Location: Studio 60 (BBS 060), Harrison Theatre (BBS 205)

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
Saturday, June 29, 2013
All Day
2013 Women’s Basketball Bulldog Hoop Team Camps
Team Camps

(limited to teams of players in grades 7–12)
Session 1: June 10–11
Session 2: June 12–13
Session 3: June 28–29
$90/player per session
$200 team deposit per session plus $50 team fee
Check-in: one hour before your team’s first game
Additional day is $45/player

• Each team will play in three or four games per day on one of six on campus courts.
• Games are officiated by AHSAA referees.
• Each camper receives a T-shirt.
• One all-you-care-to-eat meal is provided each day in the Samford cafeteria.
• Parents and friends are welcome to observe.
• A certified athletic trainer is on-site.

Facilities

Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is held on campus in the state-of-the-art Pete Hanna Center and Seibert Hall. Six full-length courts are available for competition. The camp also may use alternative gym sites as needed.

Lodging

These hotels offer discounted rates for teams needing overnight accommodations. Each hotel offers a hot breakfast. Be sure to mention that you are visiting Samford when reserving rooms. Bulldog Hoop Team Camp is unable to offer on-campus housing.

Sponsors

Drury Inn Suites
160 State Farm Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
205-940-9500
$88
3.5 miles from campus

Hampton Inn
2731 U.S. Highway 280
Birmingham, AL 35223
205-870-7822
$94
2.5 miles from campus
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, June 30, 2013
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

Monday, July 01, 2013
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Tuesday, July 02, 2013
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Wednesday, July 03, 2013
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

All Day
Last day of classes, Summer session I
End of classes for Summer term I.
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Thursday, July 04, 2013
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Friday, July 05, 2013
All Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

All Day
ELLI Summer 1 ends
The ELLI offers a concentrated English language curriculum designed to help non-native English speakers develop the English skills needed to achieve their academic goals in an American university.
All Day
Final exams, Summer session I
Final exams for Summer term I
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Saturday, July 06, 2013
End Day
Debate Summer Camp (Multi-Day Event)

* Learn from a national-caliber staff at a reasonable price. * Beginning debaters are a priority. * The program emphasizes 21st century debating skills. * At least 15 critiqued practice debates in two weeks are guaranteed. * Samford has a track record of success. Program graduates have been in deep elimination rounds of every major high school tournament. * Instruction is offered for all skill levels in policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum debate. * Learn from mature, responsible adult staff.

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, July 07, 2013
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

Monday, July 08, 2013
Start Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano and Voice (Multi-Day Event)

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital performances and a gala ensemble presentation open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
All Day
ELLI Summer 2 begins
The ELLI offers a concentrated English language curriculum designed to help non-native English speakers develop the English skills needed to achieve their academic goals in an American university.
All Day
First day of classes, Summer Session 2
First day of classes for the second summer term.
All Day
Nike Tennis Camp
Tennis Camp
All Day
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
Tennis Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
All Day
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano and Voice (Multi-Day Event)

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital performances and a gala ensemble presentation open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
ELLI Summer 2 ends
The ELLI offers a concentrated English language curriculum designed to help non-native English speakers develop the English skills needed to achieve their academic goals in an American university.
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
Tennis Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano and Voice (Multi-Day Event)

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital performances and a gala ensemble presentation open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

Thursday, July 11, 2013
Baseball Youth Camp
Baseball Youth Camp
Nike Tennis Camp
Tennis Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
All Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano and Voice (Multi-Day Event)

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital performances and a gala ensemble presentation open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Evening College Information Session
We hope you will join us to learn more about exciting changes to our adult education program and how Samford's Evening College can help change your life! 
Friday, July 12, 2013
Nike Tennis Camp
Tennis Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
Volleyball - Middle School Team Camp
End Day
Adventures in Music Camp - Piano and Voice (Multi-Day Event)

Adventures in Music is a one-week intensive music camp offering aspiring piano and voice students music training, including private instruction, music literature, ensemble and theory.

The camp experience is enriched with daily performances and demonstrations by guest artists. Campers also enjoy lunch, recreation, swimming and team challenges. The final day of camp is celebrated with solo recital performances and a gala ensemble presentation open to parents and friends.

Cost: $360 (includes tuition, lunch and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

All Day
Summer Adventure 1
Samford Outdoor Adventure 2013 is for enrolled students in the Class of 2017!  This is your ticket to get to know Samford even better. Outdoor Adventure is an optional experience that helps prepare incoming students for the transition to the Samford community. Spend time getting to know your future classmates while expanding your leadership skills and enjoying outdoor activities. Take on 10 miles of rapids on the Ocoee River, experience the bond established in the great outdoors, and attend the evening bonfire tradition while roasting marshmallows. Cost: $350

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
All Day
All Day
Summer Adventure 1
Samford Outdoor Adventure 2013 is for enrolled students in the Class of 2017!  This is your ticket to get to know Samford even better. Outdoor Adventure is an optional experience that helps prepare incoming students for the transition to the Samford community. Spend time getting to know your future classmates while expanding your leadership skills and enjoying outdoor activities. Take on 10 miles of rapids on the Ocoee River, experience the bond established in the great outdoors, and attend the evening bonfire tradition while roasting marshmallows. Cost: $350

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, July 14, 2013
All Day
Nike Golf Camp
Golf Camp
All Day
Summer Adventure 1
Samford Outdoor Adventure 2013 is for enrolled students in the Class of 2017!  This is your ticket to get to know Samford even better. Outdoor Adventure is an optional experience that helps prepare incoming students for the transition to the Samford community. Spend time getting to know your future classmates while expanding your leadership skills and enjoying outdoor activities. Take on 10 miles of rapids on the Ocoee River, experience the bond established in the great outdoors, and attend the evening bonfire tradition while roasting marshmallows. Cost: $350

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Pipe Organ Encounter Opening Convocation
Pipe Organ Encounter Opening Convocation
Monday, July 15, 2013
Nike Golf Camp
Golf Camp
All Day
All Day
Football Youth Camp
Football Camp
All Day
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
Start Time 9:00 AM
All Aboard for Music Preschool Camp (Multi-Day Event)

All Aboard for Music is a fabulous learning experience for preschoolers ages 3–5 and 6-year-olds who have not attended first grade. Campers enjoy a week of singing, movement, listening activities, crafts, orchestral instruments and learning centers. Learning experiences are enhanced with daily presentations by guest artists.

 

All camp activities are held on the Samford University campus and taught by School of the Arts Preparatory Music Department preschool staff.

Cost: $200 (includes tuition, snack, all materials and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

Location: Buchanan Classrooms

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Pipe Organ Encounter

Teaching and Practice for POE 2013

Location: Reid Chapel

Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Football Youth Camp
Football Camp
Nike Golf Camp
Golf Camp
All Day
All Aboard for Music Preschool Camp (Multi-Day Event)

All Aboard for Music is a fabulous learning experience for preschoolers ages 3–5 and 6-year-olds who have not attended first grade. Campers enjoy a week of singing, movement, listening activities, crafts, orchestral instruments and learning centers. Learning experiences are enhanced with daily presentations by guest artists.

 

All camp activities are held on the Samford University campus and taught by School of the Arts Preparatory Music Department preschool staff.

Cost: $200 (includes tuition, snack, all materials and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

Location: Buchanan Classrooms

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Pipe Organ Encounter

POE teaching, master class and practice time

Location: Reid Chapel

Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Football Youth Camp
Football Camp
Nike Golf Camp
Golf Camp
All Day
All Aboard for Music Preschool Camp (Multi-Day Event)

All Aboard for Music is a fabulous learning experience for preschoolers ages 3–5 and 6-year-olds who have not attended first grade. Campers enjoy a week of singing, movement, listening activities, crafts, orchestral instruments and learning centers. Learning experiences are enhanced with daily presentations by guest artists.

 

All camp activities are held on the Samford University campus and taught by School of the Arts Preparatory Music Department preschool staff.

Cost: $200 (includes tuition, snack, all materials and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

Location: Buchanan Classrooms

All Day
Bulldog Soccer Team Camp
Soccer team camp
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Pipe Organ Encounter

Practice room for POE 2013 students

Location: CLASS PIANO LAB (BUCHN 202) ������������

Thursday, July 18, 2013
Bulldog Soccer Team Camp
Soccer team camp
Nike Golf Camp
Golf Camp
All Day
All Aboard for Music Preschool Camp (Multi-Day Event)

All Aboard for Music is a fabulous learning experience for preschoolers ages 3–5 and 6-year-olds who have not attended first grade. Campers enjoy a week of singing, movement, listening activities, crafts, orchestral instruments and learning centers. Learning experiences are enhanced with daily presentations by guest artists.

 

All camp activities are held on the Samford University campus and taught by School of the Arts Preparatory Music Department preschool staff.

Cost: $200 (includes tuition, snack, all materials and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

Location: Buchanan Classrooms

All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Pipe Organ Encounter

Practice for POE 2013 students

Location: ORGAN PRACTICE ROOM (BUCHN 100)

Friday, July 19, 2013
Bulldog Soccer Team Camp
Soccer team camp
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
End Time 11:30 AM
All Aboard for Music Preschool Camp (Multi-Day Event)

All Aboard for Music is a fabulous learning experience for preschoolers ages 3–5 and 6-year-olds who have not attended first grade. Campers enjoy a week of singing, movement, listening activities, crafts, orchestral instruments and learning centers. Learning experiences are enhanced with daily presentations by guest artists.

 

All camp activities are held on the Samford University campus and taught by School of the Arts Preparatory Music Department preschool staff.

Cost: $200 (includes tuition, snack, all materials and camp T-shirt)

 

If you have additional questions, call 726-4049,

Email Connie Macon (Director of Preparatory Music) at chmacon@samford.edu or

Melodie King (Assistant Director of Preparatory Music) mmking@samford.edu , or go to

www.samford.edu/arts/prepmusic

Location: Buchanan Classrooms

12:00 AM - Midnight
Distinguished Young Women of Jefferson County contest
Distinguished Young Women of Jefferson County contest
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Pipe Organ Encounter

Pipe Organ Encounter Closing Recital

Location: Reid Chapel

Saturday, July 20, 2013
Bulldog Soccer Team Camp
Soccer team camp
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, July 21, 2013
Bulldog Soccer Team Camp
Soccer team camp
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
Start Day
Student Life Camp (Multi-Day Event)
Student Life summer camp. Worship, featuring Ed Newton and Rush of Fools, to be held in the Wright Center. Students will sleep in residence halls and eat in the cafeteria.
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel

Monday, July 22, 2013
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
Start Day
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
All Day
Student Life Camp (Multi-Day Event)
Student Life summer camp. Worship, featuring Ed Newton and Rush of Fools, to be held in the Wright Center. Students will sleep in residence halls and eat in the cafeteria.
All Day
Theatre Arts Intensive
Arts Intensive Camp for Theatre
7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Bulldog Pharmacy Camp

Bulldog Pharmacy Camp provides an opportunity for high school students to learn about health careers in pharmacy. Participate in compounding and hands-on demonstrations in a pharmacy science lab, and tour local healthcare facilities and pharmacies. Learn about prepharmacy courses that can prepare you for pharmacy school. 

Location: Ingalls Pharmaceutics Lab (INGAL 106)

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
Theatre Arts Intensive
Arts Intensive Camp for Theatre
All Day
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
Student Life Camp (Multi-Day Event)
Student Life summer camp. Worship, featuring Ed Newton and Rush of Fools, to be held in the Wright Center. Students will sleep in residence halls and eat in the cafeteria.
All Day
7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Bulldog Pharmacy Camp

Bulldog Pharmacy Camp provides an opportunity for high school students to learn about health careers in pharmacy. Participate in compounding and hands-on demonstrations in a pharmacy science lab, and tour local healthcare facilities and pharmacies. Learn about prepharmacy courses that can prepare you for pharmacy school. 

Location: Ingalls Pharmaceutics Lab (INGAL 106)

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
Theatre Arts Intensive
Arts Intensive Camp for Theatre
End Day
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
Student Life Camp (Multi-Day Event)
Student Life summer camp. Worship, featuring Ed Newton and Rush of Fools, to be held in the Wright Center. Students will sleep in residence halls and eat in the cafeteria.
7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Bulldog Pharmacy Camp

Bulldog Pharmacy Camp provides an opportunity for high school students to learn about health careers in pharmacy. Participate in compounding and hands-on demonstrations in a pharmacy science lab, and tour local healthcare facilities and pharmacies. Learn about prepharmacy courses that can prepare you for pharmacy school. 

Location: Ingalls Pharmaceutics Lab (INGAL 106)

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
2013 Dex Volleyball Camps at Samford University
Dex's high school team camps offer something for any team at any skill level.

Team Camp Session 1 focuses on skill improvement and the flexible format allows our coaching staff to custom this camp to the level of your team. Team Camp Session 2 is a competitive approach to game strategy, execution, and will allow your team to go head-to-head during game related scenarios.

If you choose to attend both team camps then you can participate in the play day for free. Allow us the opportunity to take your team from skills, into offense/defense/serve receive systems training, and prepare them for competition in session 2 and play day. Our high school team camps are like no other!

Our camps that offer a free meal are: Youth Skills, High School Team Camp, Middle School Team Camp, Libero, Setter/hitter, and Position Camp. Camps that do not include a free meal are: Intro to Skills, VolleyTots, and teams who attend the Play Day. Teams who attend the Play Day are welcome to eat in the Samford caf, have pizza or subs delivered to the Pete Hanna Center, or bring their own food similar to a club tournament.
Thursday, July 25, 2013
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
Theatre Arts Intensive
Arts Intensive Camp for Theatre
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
All Day
Student Life Camp (Multi-Day Event)
Student Life summer camp. Worship, featuring Ed Newton and Rush of Fools, to be held in the Wright Center. Students will sleep in residence halls and eat in the cafeteria.
7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Bulldog Pharmacy Camp

Bulldog Pharmacy Camp provides an opportunity for high school students to learn about health careers in pharmacy. Participate in compounding and hands-on demonstrations in a pharmacy science lab, and tour local healthcare facilities and pharmacies. Learn about prepharmacy courses that can prepare you for pharmacy school. 

Location: Ingalls Pharmaceutics Lab (INGAL 106)

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University
Bulldog Soccer Camp at Samford University is designed to develop young players’ technical skills through a series of fun yet challenging activities. A low staff-to-camper ratio ensures the staff’s ability to enhance the learning experience with detailed technical training, individualized coaching and game scenarios.

Samford soccer has earned three trips to the NCAA Tournament and made school history in 2005 as the Bulldogs defeated No. 17-ranked Vanderbilt in the opening round of the prestigious 64-team tournament. In 2007, Samford again made history as it received the school’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs also qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament by winning the Southern Conference regular-season title and SoCon Tournament.

This year’s camp staff will consist of college coaches as well as a number of Samford players. The staff looks forward to working with players who want to train and become better soccer players.

The goal at Bulldog Soccer Camp is for players to leave camp with a better understanding of the game and with an improved skill level to strengthen future performances.

Parents, friends and coaches are encouraged to observe the camp experience, and the staff will be happy to answer any questions after the sessions.
Friday, July 26, 2013
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
Theatre Arts Intensive
Arts Intensive Camp for Theatre
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
Pass/fail deadline
Deadline to submit Pass/Fail form for a course being taken in the current term.
End Day
Student Life Camp (Multi-Day Event)
Student Life summer camp. Worship, featuring Ed Newton and Rush of Fools, to be held in the Wright Center. Students will sleep in residence halls and eat in the cafeteria.
All Day
Summer Adventure 2

Samford Outdoor Adventure 2013 is for enrolled students in the Class of 2017!  This is your ticket to get to know Samford even better. Outdoor Adventure is an optional experience that helps prepare incoming students for the transition to the Samford community. Spend time getting to know your future classmates while expanding your leadership skills and enjoying outdoor activities. Take on 10 miles of rapids on the Ocoee River, experience the bond established in the great outdoors, and attend the evening bonfire tradition while roasting marshmallows. Cost: $350

All Day
Summer course withdrawal deadline
Last day to withdraw from one or more Summer 10-Week courses without ACADEMIC penalty.
7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Bulldog Pharmacy Camp

Bulldog Pharmacy Camp provides an opportunity for high school students to learn about health careers in pharmacy. Participate in compounding and hands-on demonstrations in a pharmacy science lab, and tour local healthcare facilities and pharmacies. Learn about prepharmacy courses that can prepare you for pharmacy school. 

Location: Ingalls Pharmaceutics Lab (INGAL 106)

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  The Service of Holy Communion is offered three times per semester.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Taboo Topics of the Church: Ministering to the Forgotten
Churches are struggling to effectively minister to the changing health concerns in our communities. The Taboo Conference will address effective strategies for the following topics:
·      Family Violence
•        Sexual abuse/education
•        Suicide
•        Depression
•        Self-esteem
•        And more…
Saturday, July 27, 2013
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
Theatre Arts Intensive
Arts Intensive Camp for Theatre
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
Summer Adventure 2

Samford Outdoor Adventure 2013 is for enrolled students in the Class of 2017!  This is your ticket to get to know Samford even better. Outdoor Adventure is an optional experience that helps prepare incoming students for the transition to the Samford community. Spend time getting to know your future classmates while expanding your leadership skills and enjoying outdoor activities. Take on 10 miles of rapids on the Ocoee River, experience the bond established in the great outdoors, and attend the evening bonfire tradition while roasting marshmallows. Cost: $350

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hodges Chapel open for tours
A variety of worship services takes place in Hodges Chapel throughout the year.  The Beeson Divinity School community and the wider Samford community gather each Tuesday during the semester for its weekly chapel service.  Other events take place in the chapel throughout the year such as Beeson Pastors School, and endowed lecture series.   Hodges Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, for tours, for personal prayer and meditation.  Beeson is an inter-denominational Divinity School, and the doors of Hodges Chapel are open to welcome all visitors.  Tours can be requested through the Office of the Curator (205.726.2227) or online.  May Jesus Christ’s invitation to, “ Come unto me all who are heavy laden, and I will refresh you”, offered through his gift of true hospitality, born of sacrifice, mercy and love be found by all who enter this sacred place.

Chapel will be closed on university holidays.
Sunday, July 28, 2013
MSOP Residency Program
MSOP Residency Program
Theatre Arts Intensive
Arts Intensive Camp for Theatre
All Day
International Pharmacy Scholars Program
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 1st Annual International Pharmacy Scholars Conference, to be held on the scenic campus of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama July 18th through July 28th, 2013. Space is very limited, and registration is now open!
All Day
Summer Adventure 2

Samford Outdoor Adventure 2013 is for enrolled students in the Class of 2017!  This is your ticket to get to know Samford even better. Outdoor Adventure is an optional experience that helps prepare incoming students for the transition to the Samford community. Spend time getting to know your future classmates while expanding your leadership skills and enjoying outdoor activities. Take on 10 miles of rapids on the Ocoee River, experience the bond established in the great outdoors, and attend the evening bonfire tradition while roasting marshmallows. Cost: $350

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Christ the King Worship Service

Location: Hodges Chapel


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