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In line with our mission, all Office of Student Life and Engagement programs are only open to matriculated Jefferson students unless otherwise noted.  Thank you for your understanding.

For Ticketed Events, please note that it is one ticket per valid Jefferson matriculated student ID.

Ticket availability changes daily - please keep an eye on the individual events for the most up-to-date availability.

Denim Day

April 27th

Denim Day is a campaign to bring awareness to sexual assault. Wear your denim on April 27 th to bring awareness to sexual assault.


JANUARY

Friday, January 13, 2017
7:00pm reception ~ 8:00pm curtain
Wilma Theater

Starting at 7pm, we invite you to a complimentary reception with delectable bites and enjoy a selection of FREE beverages! 
Right before curtain, refresh your beverages - Jefferson guests can bring them into the theater to enjoy during the show. After the show, we’ll have more free beverages for you at the theater and a chance to meet members of the cast!

Marianne, a theoretical physicist, and Roland, a beekeeper, meet at a party. In that moment lies a lifetime of possibilities, with seemingly mundane choices that will catapult them into wholly different lives. As time bends around them, Marianne and Roland are pushed together and split apart: maybe they get engaged to each other, or maybe they marry other people; maybe their love lasts forever, or maybe it’s cut tragically short. As time and space bend around them, their story spans friendship and free will, love and multiverse theory—and honey.

“Who knew that higher physics could be so sexy, so accessible — and so emotionally devastating? This story of parallel universes is universal in every sense of the word.” 
-New York Times

FREE.

Pre Registration required via EventBrite here starting 12/26/16

In line with our mission, all Office of Student Life and Engagement programs are only open to matriculated Jefferson students unless otherwise noted. Thank you for your understanding.

**Important note** In the event you can no longer attend the performance and you need to cancel, please inform the Office of Student Life and Engagement by Friday, January 6 at the latest so your space may be made available to another student.  Any cancellations after 5pm on Friday, Janu, or no shows will result in a $25 hold attached to your student account.

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life & Engagement at 215-503-7743 or StudentLife@jefferson.edu.

Jefferson Ski Trip @ Bear Creek
Saturday, January 14, 2017
9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Bus will depart from Jefferson Alumni Hall

Get away for a day, and join us for a snow-filled outdoor excursion.
Ski, snowboard, or snow tube, the choice is yours!

Prices:
Student/JRFC Member: $30 Ski/Snowboard & $20 Snow Tube
Guest (Part-time students, Jeff Employees, non-Jeff guests): $75 Ski/Snowboard & $40 Snow Tube

Prices include Lift Ticket or Snow Tubing Pass + Transportation. Equipment Rentals & Meals are not included in the price listed above.

Register either online at fitness.jefferson.edu or in person at JRFC with a valid Jeff ID.
We only accept Visa or MasterCard, NO cash or check.
Any questions can be forwarded to David W. Kim at davidwoobok.kim@jefferson.edu

INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY:

REVISITING THE HOLOCAUST – MORAL LESSONS FROM THE PAST  

Sixty years after Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated by Soviet Troops the United Nations General Assembly established January 27 as the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Italy had adopted the Remembrance Day five years before the U.N. decision, and thus, in collaboration with the Italian Consulate General of Philadelphia, Thomas Jefferson University will commemorate with a series of screenings, lectures and discussion about the Holocaust.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017
5pm, Foerderer Auditorium, College Building
Primo

In 1944, Primo Levi was imprisoned in Auschwitz by German authorities who discovered he was Jewish. He spent 10 months incarcerated in barbaric conditions, and then wrote of his horrifying experiences in IF THIS IS A MANPrimo, the stage adaptation of Levi’s IF THIS IS A MAN, is performed and adapted by actor Antony Sher.

Monday, January 23, 2017
5pm, Solis-Cohen Auditorium, Jefferson Alumni Hall
Son of Saul

In the horror of 1944 Auschwitz, a prisoner forced to burn the corpses of his own people finds moral survival upon trying to salvage from the flames the body of a boy he takes for his son.  Screening of the 2016 Academy Award winning film.

Friday, January 27, 2017
12:00pm – 1:30pm, Connelly Auditorium and Conrady Lobby, Dorrance H. Hamilton Building

Study of the horrors of the Holocaust is especially important for medicine since Nazi physicians provided “scientific” legitimization and manpower to the Third Reich’s programs of euthanasia, sterilization and extermination.

These points will be discussed in ‘Nazi Medicine, the Holocaust, and the Problem of Collective Evil,’ a presentation by Dr. Salvatore Mangione with introductory remarks by Hon. Andrea Canepari, Consul General of Italy in Philadelphia, and Mark L. Tykocinski, M.D., Provost, Thomas Jefferson University and Dean, Sidney Kimmel Medical College.

Monday, January 30, 2017
5pm, Foerderer Auditorium, College Building
Gattaca

A genetically inferior man assumes the identity of a superior one in order to pursue his lifelong dream of space travel. This 1997 science fiction film showcases a disturbing dystopian view of a not-too-future society where eugenics is rearing its ugly head again.

Thursday, February 2, 2017
5pm, Foerderer Auditorium, College Building

We close the series with a discussion of Gattaca and its themes facilitated by Dr. Alex Levin, Chief, Wills Eye Pediatric Ophthalmology and Ocular Genetics Service and ethicist.

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

 

Join OSLE for a celebration of New Year's Around the World.  We will celebrate traditions and experiences of the celebration of many different cultures with food, music, crafts & surprises!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 ~ 11am - 1pm
Atrium, Jefferson Alumni Hall

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Presenters: Jennifer Fogerty, MSEd and Kenneth Lastowka, MS

Leadership Curriculum:  Integrity, Personal and Professional Development, Principles of Leadership

  • Monday, January 23rd   – 12:00pm-1:00pm – Jefferson Alumni Hall, Atrium
  • Tuesday, January 24th – 5:30pm-6:30pm –  Jefferson Alumni Hall, Solis-Cohen Auditorium

As students, adults, and professionals there will be instances when things occur that we are not comfortable with.  These could be unsafe clinical practices, inappropriate behaviors, or discrimination in a healthcare setting or in everyday life.  Leaders need to be able stand up and step in to intervene in an appropriate and effective way.  This session will teach students how to intervene in ways that are safe and work with their personal style.

Wednesday, January 25, 6 p.m.
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art
118-128 North Broad Street

Join Michael Angelo, Thomas Jefferson University Archivist, for a guided tour and discussion of Thomas Eakins: Photographer. This exhibition of over 60 photographs, sculpture, and paintings by Thomas Eakins (1844-1916) touches on many issues of representation, gender, and sexuality that are as relevant today as they were provocative when Eakins’ images were made. Known primarily as a painter, Eakins taught and exhibited at PAFA, and is inextricably linked with its history, and with innovative artistic practices in 19th century America.

FREE - Pre-Registration Required via EventBrite starting 1/1/17 here.

Musicians from Marlboro II
Thursday, January 26, 8 p.m.
Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center

RESERVE FREE TICKETS

The Musicians from Marlboro touring program offers “exactly the type of concert that the classical scene needs more of” (Boston Musical Intelligencer). The second of three programs this year from classical music’s “life-giving spring” (New York Times) spotlights Nicholas Phan—“one of the most eloquently communicative tenors on the scene today” (Baltimore Sun) —in a performance of Vaughan Williams’ On Wenlock Edge. Using poetry from A.E. Housman’s quintessentially English collection A Shropshire Lad, Vaughan Williams’ cycle is simultaneously sophisticated and down-to-earth, ingenious in its instrumental effects and straightforward in setting the texts.

Haydn: String Quartet in D Major, Op. 76, No. 5, Hob. III:79
Beethoven: Irish Songs, WoO 152 [Sel.]
Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge
Beethoven: String Quartet in C Major, Op. 59, No. 3, Razumovsky

FEBRUARY

How To Burn Bright Without Burning Out: Understanding the Connection Between Living Well and Leading Well (1LC)

Guest Presenter: Deanna Nobleza, MD 

Leadership Curriculum: Integrity, Personal and Professional Development

  • Monday, February 6th – 5:30pm-6:30pm - Jefferson Alumni Hall, Solis-Cohen Auditorium
  • Tuesday, February 7th – 12:00pm-1:00pm – Jefferson Alumni Hall, Brent Auditorium

The typical health professional’s lifestyle is demanding and depleting so it’s important for students to be proactive about their emotional health and well-being.  In this session, students will learn to recognize signs and symptoms of burnout and develop effective ways to tackle it (and better yet, prevent it).  Students will be introduced to the PERMA model of wellbeing, a theory of Positive Psychology, and will learn about a variety of self-care/stress management techniques to customize their own “coping toolboxes.”  Students will better understand how failure to attend to one’s own wellness can negatively affects one’s ability to lead, and how taking better care of oneself can allow you to be a more energetic, productive, and inspiring leader. 

Join OSLE at Strangelove's for an awesome night of Quizzo!  No more pens or pencils.  No more papers.  You play with a tablet we provide or your cell phone!  

Come with a group of 5 friends, or we'll match you with a team when you arrive - it's simple and fun!

FREE light snacks provided  

Strangelove's Beer Bar 216 S. 11th St - 5pm

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Opera Philadelphia: Tancredi

Join us for Opera Philadelphia’s opening night of Tancredi, a medieval story of chivalry and tragic love in post-World War I Europe. Gather your Jefferson friends and dress-up for a night out with the Opera at the Academy of Music!  Sponsored by Campus Philly’s Open Arts program. 

Friday, February 10th
8:00pm
Academy of Music
FREE - PreRegistration Required via EventBrite here

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Tuesday, 2/14/17
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Jefferson Alumni Hall Atrium

In celebration of Valentine's Day, we want to share the love! Join OSLE and the SPCC for an afternoon filled with an affirmation wall, food, relaxation techniques, and more!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Friday, February 17, 2017

 8:00pm curtain ~ Suzanne Roberts Theatre

103-year-old Sadie Delany and 101-year-old Bessie Delany personally welcome us into their home to share an endearing, true story. Like molasses and vinegar, the Delany sisters have always been opposites; but together, these daughters of a former slave grew up in the Jim Crow South, lived in Harlem during its renaissance, and had professional careers as a teacher and a dentist, respectively. While making dinner to remember their father’s birthday, the two sisters tell us of the last century as they lived it – through stories of racial injustice and personal strife, unified by faith, family, and time.

FREE Pre-Registration via EventBrite required here starting 1/17/17.

In line with our mission, all Office of Student Life and Engagement programs are only open to matriculated Jefferson students unless otherwise noted. Thank you for your understanding.

**Important note** In the event you can no longer attend the performance and you need to cancel, please inform the Office of Student Life and Engagement by Friday, February 10 at the latest so your space may be made available to another student.  Any cancellations after 5pm on Friday, February 10 or no shows will result in a $25 hold attached to your student account.

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life & Engagement at 215-503-7743 or StudentLife@jefferson.edu.

Sunday, February 19, 2017 - The Walnut Street Theatre
7:00pm Curtain

Please provide your Jefferson email (in Campus Key format)  when registering.

Laughter On The 23rd Floor - Neil Simon, gives a peek into the writer's room of a hit 1950's television show. People gather around the TV each week to watch their favorite comedian Max Prince. He's loud, brash and larger than life. His temper tantrums and one-liners have the power to make careers, or make misery for the writers working around him. The network censors want to change the show to make it more "advertiser friendly." But messing with Max can only mean the jokes and jabs will get funnier and wilder in an uncertain future, as the world of television heads for change.

Please note: True to Mr. Simon's work as a writer for comedy shows of the 1950s, this production does contain some adult language.


FREE - Pre-Registration required via EventBrite here starting 1/12/17. 

Students, please utilize the code: JeffStu17 when registering

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life & Engagement at 215-503-7743 or StudentLife@jefferson.edu.

Monday, 2/20/17
Eakins Lounge, Jefferson Alumni Hall

Dance therapy works to improve social skills and relational dynamics among individuals who choose to participate in it to improve their quality of life. Through this form of therapy, participants will gain a deeper sense of self-awareness through a meditative process that involves movement, motion and realization of one's body.

The Leadership Journey: Challenges, Opportunities, Career Paths, and Lessons Learned (2LC)

Facilitators: Reema Shah Kanzaria, JD, Anna Miller, MBA, and Marybeth E. Pavlik, MSN, RN

Leadership Curriculum: Integrity, Personal and Professional Development, Principles of Leadership

  • Tuesday, February 21st  – 5:30pm-7:30pm - Room TBD

Meet participants of Jefferson’s Leadership Academy* as they share the key moments, decisions, and skills that brought them to their current role in the fields of healthcare or research. What has led to their success? What can you do now as a student to prepare for your career? Join us for this special event as the panelists share their leadership journeys and provide advice and insight to our future healthcare professionals.  The program will feature a facilitated panel followed by networking reception. 

*The Leadership Academy is an intensive 10-month program to develop senior administrative and faculty leaders who will work collaboratively to drive Jefferson’s business strategy and organizational transformation.

MARCH

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time* - 3/1

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time*
Wednesday, March 1, 7:30PM
Academy of Music
240 South Broad Street
kimmelcenter.org

The play is adapted by Simon Stephens from the novel of the same name by Mark Haddon. The story concerns a mystery surrounding the death of a neighbor’s dog that is investigated by young Christopher Boone, who has an autism spectrum condition, and his relationships with his parents and school mentor.

FREE - Pre-Registration Required via Event Brite here starting 2/1/17.

Superheroines vs. Villainesses - GAYBINGO!

Saturday, March 11, 2017 - The Gershman Y
Doors open at 6:00pm, Games Start at 7:00pm

Please provide your Jefferson email (in Campus Key format)  when registering.

GayBINGO is the fabulous, irreverent, campy, wildly popular monthly event that has been entertaining Philadelphia audiences for 20 years!

Celebrating a different theme each month, hundreds of people pack the hall in Center City's Gershman Y for a night of good old-fashioned Bingo… with a decidedly different twist! GayBINGO is hosted by the infamous Bingo Verifying Divas (BVDs!) – a wild bunch of drag queens who entertain the crowd with their wacky humor and always outrageous costumes.

GayBINGO promises to be an evening of unbridled fun, complete with ridiculous musical numbers, hilarious drag queen antics, chances to win fabulous prizes, and much, much more!

FREE - PreRegistration Required via EventBrite here starting 2/10/17. 

**Important note** In the event you can no longer attend the performance and you need to cancel, please inform the Office of Student Life and Engagement by Friday, March 3 at the latest so your space may be made available to another student.  Any cancellations after 5pm on Friday, March 3 or no shows will result in a $25 hold attached to your student account.

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life & Engagement at 215-503-7743 or StudentLife@jefferson.edu.

 Culture and Diversity: Be a Leader Who Fosters Cultural Diversity in Your Organization (1LC)

Presenters: Colleen Dempsey, MS, RT(R) and Jennifer Ravelli, MPH 

Leadership Curriculum:  Diversity, Integrity, Personal and Professional Development, Principles of Leadership, Teamwork

  • Tuesday, March 14th – 12:00pm-1:00pm - Jefferson Alumni Hall, Brent Auditorium
  • Wednesday, March 15th - 5:30pm-6:30pm – Jefferson Alumni Hall, Atrium

Culturally competent leaders create culturally competent institutions. It is crucial for leaders of today and the future to recognize the power and influence of culture and diversity.  In this session, participants will identify the skills and attributes needed to lead in a culturally diverse society. Participants will reflect on their own communication and leadership skills to discover how they have been influenced by their own culture and how they can leverage the rich resources of a diverse organization.  

Jennifer Koh, violin and Shai Wosner, piano
Tuesday, March 21, 8 p.m.

Program of works by Beethoven and Iyer.

Ticket sign up information available soon! Be sure to check back!

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 ~ Location TBA
4:00pm - 5:30pm
or
7:00pm - 8:30pm

In just about an hour and a half, an artist will guide you through a painting to create your own unique masterpiece. At the end of the night you will be amazed at what YOU created! Everything you need is provided: canvas, paints, and brushes!

It's simple and completely stress free!
Pre-Registration Required Via EventBrite.

Click here to register for the 4:00pm guided painting with an artist.
Click here to register for the 7:00pm free painting session.

FREE. All supplies included.

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus "Made in Philadelphia" Concert - 3/18 & 4/25

Saturday, March 18, 8 p.m.
Prince Theater
1412 Chestnut Street

Tuesday, April 25
Thomas Jefferson University
Connelly Auditorium, Hamilton Building

Please note that the March 18 performance is a ticketed event, while no ticket is required for the April 25 performance.

The Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus will deliver a concert of songs dedicated to the Bandstand-era musicians who appear on the new South Broad Street mural by the City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program. These musicians represent a cultural cross section of Philadelphia.

Ticketing information for the 3/18 performance available soon.

 Listen Up & Talk Back: Collaboration in the Multi-Generational Workplace (1LC)

Presenter: Chris Miciek, MA 

Leadership Curriculum:  Diversity, Teamwork

  • Monday, March 27th  – 12:00pm-1:00pm - Jefferson Alumni Hall, Atrium
  • Tuesday, March 28th - 5:30pm-6:30pm - Jefferson Alumni Hall, Solis-Cohen Auditorium

The odds are that you will find yourself working alongside members of three or even four different generational cohorts.  Having an understanding of some of the defining experiences of each generation and the corresponding general tendencies of that cohort can aid you in effectively navigating the range of expectations and communication styles you will encounter. Through intentionally shaping your own communication, you can enhance your effectiveness as a leader by creating clarity and fostering a more collaborative work environment.

Thursday, March 30, 7 p.m.
Connelly Auditorium, Hamilton Building

Beginning with her experience as a medical actor, paid to act out symptoms for medical students to diagnose, Leslie Jamison’s The Empathy Exams asks essential questions about our basic understanding of others: How should we care about one another? How can we feel another person’s pain? The Empathy Exams (2014) won the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize and was named one of the best books of the year by NPR, The New York Times and Publishers Weekly. A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and Yale, Jamison is an assistant professor at Columbia University and a mentor through the PEN Prison Writing Program.

APRIL

The N Crowd Improv Comedy Show - 4/7

More than 10 years, 600 shows and 50+ cast members later, The N Crowd performs every Friday night at 257 N. 3rd Street. They have also appeared at comedy festivals in Philadelphia and throughout the country, as well as performed for local colleges and corporate clients. 

Cast members of The N Crowd have performed all over the world and have trained in Chicago, Canada, New York, and Philadelphia. The combined talents of the cast are multifaceted. Collectively, they have trained in theater, dance, clown, film, music, art, science, and law – to name a few. In addition to performing in The N Crowd, other projects include everything from professional theater productions and renaissance fairs to grunge parody bands and stand-up acts.

Join OSLE for a stress busting night of laughter at an exclusive Jefferson-only show on Friday, April 7 @ 8pm.

FREE Tickets.  PreRegistration Required via EventBrite here starting March 6.

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Monday & Tuesday, 4/17 & 4/18
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Lubert Plaza

To kick off Spring Fling, OSLE will be set up on Lubert Plaza with Prize Patrol on the lookout for anyone wearing their Jefferson Spirit Gear! (Sorry - scrubs and uniforms don't count!) Come visit our table in your Jeff branded apparel for a prize!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Pamela Frank, violin and Christian Tetzlaff, violin
Tuesday, April 18, 8 p.m.

Program of works by de Beriot, Bartok, Leclair and Ysaye.

Ticketing information available soon - please check back!

Wednesday, 4/19
11 a.m. - 1 p.m. 
Lubert Plaza

Join us for a day of fun and food in the sun to celebrate the coming of the warm season!

We'll have games, music, food and fun!

Rain Location: Jefferson Alumni Hall Atrium

Wednesday, April 19
6-8 p.m.

Staged reading of new play at Mütter museum.

Tickets available in mid March via EventBrite.

Chris Miciek, MA
Director
chris.miciek@jefferson.edu

 

Edison Building, Room 1125
 
    130 South Ninth Street
 
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
 
   
 
    (215) 503-5805

 
Matt Bonder

Matt Bonder, MeD
Career Counselor
matt.bonder@jefferson.edu

 

Edison Building, Room 1124
130 South Ninth Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5805

Thursday, 4/20
7:45 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Hamilton Lobby

Join OSLE for a cup of joe before class!

Grab a pick-me-up to start your day off right!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Thursday, 4/20, 5 p.m.
Location - TBA

Join OSLE for a high energy, all request, Sing Along, Clap Along Rock N Roll, Comedy Piano show where the audience is just as much a part of the show as the entertainers.

duelingpianoshows.com

Hear live musicians battle it out for a night of off-campus fun.

FREE - Snacks Provided.

Friday, April 21, 2017
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Lubert Plaza

Join OSLE and Student Organizations for live performances,  fun snacks, and educational tabling celebrating what makes us unique!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Friday, April 21
7:05pm first pitch
Citizens Bank Park 

Join OSLE for a night at the ballpark as the Fightin' Phils take on the Atlanta Braves!

FREE - Pre-Registration Required via EventBrite here starting 3/21/17

PLEASE NOTE - you will need to pick up your ticket from OSLE.  Ticket pickup information will be sent in advance of the event.

In line with our mission, all Office of Student Life and Engagement programs are only open to matriculated Jefferson students unless otherwise noted. Thank you for your understanding.

**Important note** In the event you can no longer attend the performance and you need to cancel, please inform the Office of Student Life and Engagement by Friday, April 14 at the latest so your space may be made available to another student.  Any cancellations after 5pm on Friday, April 14 or no shows will result in a $25 hold attached to your student account.

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life & Engagement at 215-503-7743 or StudentLife@jefferson.edu.

SAVE THE DATE: Frank H. Netter Symposium on Arts and Health - 4/21 & 4/22

Frank H. Netter Symposium on Arts and Health
Friday, April 21 & Saturday, April 22
Thomas Jefferson University 
Philadelphia, PA  

Announcing the inaugural Frank H. Netter Symposium on Arts and Health, hosted by Thomas Jefferson University in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA) and Fleisher Art Memorial, and sponsored by Elsevier.  

Join us on Friday, April 21 (evening), and Saturday, April 22 (all day), to explore the role of the arts in health—from observation training to burnout prevention— with healthcare students, faculty and trainees, artists and arts professionals.

Speakers include
Alexandra Horowitz, PhD 
Author of On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes 

Bennett Lorber, MD 
Thomas M. Durant Professor of Medicine at Temple University 

Salvatore Mangione, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University

Francine Mary Netter 
Author of Medicine's Michelangelo: The Life & Art of Frank H. Netter, MD

Tait D. Shanafelt, MD 
Professor of Medicine and Hematology at Mayo Clinic

Participatory workshops  
Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Ceramics 

Improvisation 
Reflective Writing 
Visual Thinking Strategies  

For more information, go to jefferson.edu/humanities.  

Tickets available starting February 1 - Registration information can be found here.

Monday, 4/24
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Jefferson Alumni Hall, First Floor

Join OSLE in Jefferson Alumni Hall for a good old fashioned Courtyard Cookout to start the week off right!  Make sure to stop by the check-in table for your food ticket that allows you to select your choice of one entree. Vegetarian options available along with hot dogs & burgers!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Tuesday, April 25
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Lubert Plaza

Join OSLE & the JRFC for a Field Day as a part of our annual Spring Fling programming.  We'll have tailgate games like Ladder Golf and Can Jam, our Volleyball Net up, and Bocce Ball all on the Plaza.  Release some endorphins and get your blood pumping with a day of outdoor activity!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Wednesday, 4/26/17
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Lubert Plaza - Rain Location: Jefferson Alumni Hall Atrium

Join us for a Healthy Start to the Summer Season with a Farmer's Market, Healthy Cooking Demonstration & much more!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

MAY

Wednesday, May 3
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Atrium, Jefferson Alumni Hall

OSLE is taking the time to THANK YOU for being a huge part of the Jefferson community!

Join us for a Student Appreciation Ice Cream Social! Make your own sundaes with all the fixings! Get summer started off the right way!

For more information, please contact StudentLife@jefferson.edu

Ongoing

STUDENT LOCKERS APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE STARTING MONDAY, January 9, 2017

Please click here for additional information about Spring Student Lockers.

Visit the Office of Student Life and Engagement in Jefferson Alumni Hall, Room 105
or call (215) 503-7743

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life and Engagement
at (215) 503-7743 or visit us in Room 105, Jefferson Alumni Hall.