Interested in being a Common Ground resident hospitality minister?

Campus Ministry is accepting applications for the position of resident hospitality minister at Common Ground, a home away from home for students, for the 2008-09 academic year.

Resident hospitality ministers live in community, make a commitment to the ministry of hospitality and service, plan and host events, pray together, and exercise leadership in Christian living. In addition, resident hospitality ministers pay minimal rent in return for their commitment to Common Ground.

Applicants must be returning UST students. The application process is open to both men and women; however, the committee will first choose four men for the 2008-09 year. If not enough men apply, applications will be chosen from women applicants.

Applications are available in Campus Ministry, Room 105, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, and at Common Ground, 2154 Summit Ave.

The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 29.

For more information contact Don Beyers in Campus Ministry, (651) 962-6562; also, check out the Common Ground Web page.