The purpose of the Symposium is to foster ethical decision making using Christian and moral values. The Symposium is designed for college students about to enter the workforce. Students of all faiths are welcome and care is taken to respect everyone's insights and opinions
Friday afternoon social event aboard the Vagabond off Hilton Head Island
Colleges and Universities already indicating they will be attending the 2019 COLLEGE ETHICS SYMPOSIUM
We are now over the 80 % registration maximum for the 2019 Ethics Symposium.
The following schools have committed to attend representing 85 students. (Recall our maximum is 100 students.)
Campbellsville U. Campbellsville, Ky. Carroll University, Waukesha, Wisc. Catawba College, Salisbury N.C. Coastal Carolina University, Conway, S.C. Coker University. Hartsville, S.C. Columbia College, The Citadel, Charleston S.C. College of the Ozarks, Port Lookout, Mo.
Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, WVA, Flagler College, St Augustine, Fla. Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia. Mary Baldwin University, Stauton, Virginia. Montreat College, Montreat N.C. Ohio Wesleyan, Delaware, Ohio, North Greenville University, Tigerville, S.C. Presbyterian College, Clinton S.C. Queens College, Charlotte, N.C. St. Andrews University, Laurinburg, N.C.
Webber International University, Babson Park, Fla. University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Pa.
OUR MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS FILLS YEARLY AND WE ENCOURAGE THOSE WHO HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THE PAST OR THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED TO CONTACT STEVE MILLER AT 66STEVE49@GMAIL.COM PROMPTLY AND MAKE PLANS TO VISIT HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC on October 17, 18 and 1/2 day on Saturday, October 19.
Group picture from a previous College Ethics Symposium
This is what Madison Wells, College of the Ozarks said about her small group case study experience at the 2017 Symposium: "The Ethics Symposium taught me the importance of standing firm in your values and ethics, especially in the workplace, respecting other people's insights and opinions, and how to engage in respectful thought-provoking discussions."
~ Your deeds are your destiny ~
matters of principle,
~ Have the
courage to say no.
W. Clement Stone