Vocare is an initiative rooted in the Jesuit principle of discernment that draws together programming collaborators from across campus to develop ways to help our students be:
intentional about their curricular and cocurricular choices,
reflective about their experiences inside and outside of the classroom, and
articulate in describing these experiences to others as they move on from the College.
Programming collaborators include:
- Office of Student Involvement
- Center for Career Development
- Department of Athletics
- Student Government Association
- Chaplains’ Office
The director of Vocare is part of the Experiential Learning and Student Success area of Academic Affairs. The director works with the Class Deans to coordinate the First Year Advising Program as well as other advising-related programming that focuses on each specific class year.
Mary M. Roche Doyle
Director of Vocare
Associate Professor, Religious Studies
Office: Smith 221 | P.O. Box: 187A
Office: Fenwick 204 | P.O. Box: CLASS DEAN