This Morning We Are Praying For

University of the Sciences in
Philadelphia, PA

President………………………….. Paul Katz
Type………………………………… 4-year, Private Non-Profit
Campus Housing……………….. Yes
Student Population……………. 2,231
Student-to-Faculty Ratio……. 9 to 1

Covid-19 Update:
“USciences’ fall semester includes a hybrid approach with some, smaller, hands-on courses held in person, while large lectures will be held virtually. The University has implemented guidelines for all faculty, staff, and students for a safe fall semester. Those employees that can continue to telecommute should do so.”

Spring 2021-COVID REVISED
Martin Luther King Jr Day Monday, January 18
Classes Begin for All StudentsMonday, January 25
Drop/Add Period EndsFriday, February 5
Course Withdrawal DeadlineFriday, April 2
Priority Registration for Fall/SummerSunday, March 28-April 9
Final ExaminationsSaturday-Friday, May 1-7
Reading Day (No Classes or Exams)Wednesday, May 5
Spring Semester EndsFriday, May 7

This Campus Has NOT Been Adopted

Known Christian Groups on Campus:
Orthodox Christian Student Fellowship…….. ?
Renewal Christian Fellowship………………….. ?
USciences Christian Fellowship……………….. ?

Prayer Requests:
As always, we are asking you to pray Luke 10.2 over each of the schools in this prayer guide. We know that God still answers Prayer.
1) Luke 10.2 “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few;
    therefore, beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into
    His harvest.”


2) Some schools have started their Spring Semester. Others are
    waiting until February. Please pray for a fruitful semester as
    Christians on campus reach out to their peers.

3) With Christmas behind us, lets pray that the Christ of Christmas
    will linger in the thoughts and minds of students, faculty and staff.

4) Pray for the Christian clubs and organizations on campus. Ask God
    to give them wisdom and Holy Spirit ideas on how to reach students
    during the Covid-19 restrictions.

5) Pray for student leaders who have to juggle their school load, their
    ministry responsibilities and the Covid-19 pandemic.

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