Senior CSP Guidelines

  • Students will fulfill the general guidelines listed here.
  • The project must directly affect and serve people outside the SJA community, preferably people who are poor, lonely, have disabilities, and/or are disenfranchised. If your agency does not serve these groups of people, you must talk to your Theology teacher before approval.
  • The project must directly affect and serve people outside the SJA community, preferably people who are poor, lonely, have disabilities, and/or are disenfranchised. If your agency does not serve these groups of people, you must talk to your Theology teacher before approval.Domestic and International SJA Mission Trips are applicable for CSP, although if a student has done that for Junior year, they must increase in their responsibilities.
  • Domestic and International SJA Mission Trips are applicable for CSP, although if a student has done that for Junior year, they must increase in their responsibilities.Team camps or other activities you are already expected to participate in cannot count for CSP
  • Team camps or other activities you are already expected to participate in cannot count for CSPThrift stores, food pantries and other agencies that do serve these groups of people listed above but in which you would not have direct client contact are not acceptable for Senior year CSP.
  • Thrift stores, food pantries and other agencies that do serve these groups of people listed above but in which you would not have direct client contact are not acceptable for Senior year CSP.
  • Regardless of the agency, Seniors should show leadership in this year of service.
  • Seniors formally present for a panel of SJA faculty and community members.CSP is 10% of seniors’ second semester theology grade.
  • CSP is 10% of seniors’ second-semester theology grade.
  • If the hours, paper, and presentation are not completed, you will not be able to receive your transcript.