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Scroll

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, with regret we are cancelling the summer 2020 Scroll institute, originally scheduled for late July. Please direct any questions to Jon Baer (baerj@wabash.edu) or Rachel Hassler (hasslerr@wabash.edu).

Scroll is a summer institute for 15-17 year-old young men (rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors) that aims to deepen their theological understanding and its applicability to issues of public importance and to their own future endeavors.

Drawn from the image of Jesus unfurling the scroll of Isaiah in Luke 4, Scroll relies upon scripture and Christian theological traditions to encourage high school students to think deeply, critically, and theologically about vital matters in their lives and in the world around them.

Scroll Group Photo Scroll entails an intensive eight-day learning experience on the Wabash College campus. Classroom instruction led by seasoned faculty will be enhanced by expert visitors drawn from Wabash alumni, and field trip and community service experiences will provide tangible opportunities to see and put into practice what we are learning.

Class time with Wabash Faculty Applications: We welcome applications from young men across the denominational spectrum and with a variety of career aspirations. We anticipate that some students may be contemplating the ministry, but others will be thinking of medicine, business, law, teaching, or any number of other callings. What is required is a desire to learn more about the Christian theological tradition and how it applies to important issues in our public and personal lives. 

Group Building ActivitiesCost: Through the generous support of the Lilly Endowment, there is no cost to attend Scroll. Expenses such as housing, food, books, and off-campus outings are paid for by the program. Additionally, in order to offset wages from summer jobs, each participating student will receive a stipend of $350.

Our goal is that Scroll will lead a select group of young men to regard their faith traditions as rich deposits upon which they can draw as they aim to lead lives of purpose, meaning, and service to the church, their communities, and the larger society.

Program Staff

Jon Baer

Jonathan Baer

Director

baerj@wabash.edu

765-361-6130

Associate Professor of Religion 


Rachel HasslerRachel Hassler

Communications and Events Coordinator

hasslerr@wabash.edu

765-361-6327