Holy Spirit College is an academic, social, and faith community of faculty and students. Community dining represents an opportunity for social discourse between members of the community and a venue to welcome distinguished guests into the fellowship of the College.
Thursday evenings are special nights for fun,
entertainment, and enrichment for Holy Spirit College students.
Once each month this involves a Formal Hal dinner which often
includes an invited distinguished speaker. Speakers during the
2010-2011 academic year included historian Christopher Check of
the Rockford Institute and Dr. Phil Thompson,
St. Mary's Chapel, Holy Spirit Parish
Executive Director of the Aquinas Center at Emory University. Other Thursday evening outings have included an Atlanta Braves baseball game, an Atlanta Thrashers hockey game, Laser Tag, a visit the High Museum of Art, The Georgia Right to Life Dinner, a play at the Georgia Shakespeare Festival, and a performance of
Dining for Students
Dining at Holy Spirit College provides an opportunity to take a break and converse with fellow students. Space is provided that allows the Holy Spirit College community to share events, what they have learned, and enjoy one another's company. As part of the full-time tuition, both breakfast and lunch are provided for students Monday through Thursday. A monthly calendar provides a menu of options for daily lunch. In addition, the Recreation Room in McDonough Hall is furnished with small refrigerators, microwave ovens, and counter for food preparation. Dinners are also offered on specific evenings.
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