Campus Stories

Ellyn was certain that, if God was real, she would be convinced by logic and evidence, not by some emotional experience.
What happens when a chapter follows God leading and throws out its original plan for the semester to pursue GIGs instead? Creighton University staff and students are finding out.
InterVarsity staff in New York City have spent the past month praying for a flame to be kindled on the campuses in their city. Jason Gaboury shares three brief praise reports, and how these signs of harvest are affecting how they pray and ask God for evangelistic momentum.
For Mardi Gras 2013, the leadership team at Goucher College held a party designed to build trust with non-Christians and inspire curiosity about their community. More than just a party, the event was an opportunity for each new leader to take a risk in being missional with their friends. Campus Staff Member Kasey Kimball shares what happened at and after the party.
54 students made decisions to follow Jesus during one of our spring-break outreaches in 2012. What does God have in store this spring?
After struggling to build momentum this year, Grinnell College found a missional standout in someone who'd never really read the Bible before last December. InterVarsity Campus Intern Stephanie Swenson shares the story of how this one conversion has lead to a planting movement.
What happens at Urbana certainly does not stay at Urbana! Click through this Prezi for a tour of tweets, stats, photos, and video of God's presence and power at Urbana 12.
Screenshot of Urbana 12 Prezi
When a professor at Northern Arizona University asked Christopher Huston about the sincerity of students' faith, here's what he shared in response.
VIDEO: The InterVarsity chapter at Weber State University in Utah celebrated with 17 students as they shared their testimonies and were baptized at Campus by the Sea.
College student being baptized
It became quite a scene on the quad at Sacramento City College. InterVarsity Staff Victoria Mejia talks about how God used a student leader named Elias to boldly open the door to a community that would not have been as easy to enter otherwise.
Students gather around an InterVarsity student leader at a Proxe Station