Happy Easter to all Bona alumni, family and friends
Campus to close in observance of the Easter holiday.
See the holiday schedule
Reunion 2013 - townhouses are going fast! Reserve yours now!
Reunion 2013 is only 10 weeks away. Accommodations are available on campus, but the townhouses are filling up. We hope to see you in June!
I want to register now
See the Harlem Globetrotters on campus, April 3
Get your tickets now
BonaResponds 4th Annual International Service Week
Make a difference in the world by volunteering in your community with other Bona alums. See what's scheduled or plan your own project, April 5-15.
Learn more about International Service Week
News from the School of Business
Read about the globalization of business education, the China program, internships and more in the Winter 2013 edition of the School of Business newsletter
George Mason University to join Atlantic 10
George Mason will be the third Virginia-based university in the Atlantic 10 come this July. The Fairfax, Va. school was unamimously voted in as the newest member by the conference's Council of Presidents.
The Atlantic 10 recently lost Xavier and Butler to the Big East.
Learn more about George Mason
Summertime means CAMP TIME at St. Bonaventure
Do you have a teen who’s a budding biologist, artist or astronaut? This summer, St. Bonaventure will host eight weeklong academic camps for students ages 13 to 16. Students will be able to meet new friends and explore their interests at the following camps: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics); Arts; Mission to the Red Planet; German Culture, Language and Arts; Computer Animation and Narrative Writing; Community Leadership; Holistic Health; and Field Biology.
More information about these extraordinary summer activities and camp registration are available online or by contacting Larry Sorokes at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 375-2304.
For an overview of each camp, visit www.sbu.edu/summercamps.
University to hold emergency chemical spill drill
On Saturday, April 6, the university will conduct an emergency preparedness drill in conjunction with local police and fire officials, hazmat teams and the local hospital. The "chemical spill" drill is scheduled to last three hours.
Learn more about the drill
Mt. Irenaeus Holy Week schedule
Stauffer runner-up at La Salle Invite
Skellie resigns with Florence Freedom
Read more at gobonnies.com
SBU Club Sports