Student Life and Leadership

Fall Student Leadership Retreat

Join us for our Fall Leadership Retreat 2013
(the 13th annual leadership retreat @ Camp Potawotami in Milford, Indiana)

The Fall Student Leadership Retreat is for first semester IPFW freshmen only! It is a 24-hour, all expenses paid trip for the first 50 students who register. Travel, lodging, food and customized IPFW hoodie/fleece is included.

The Retreat centers around knowing-self, knowing others, connection to IPFW, diversity and a whole lot of fun! This exhilarating 24 hours is led by a group of upperclassmen leaders and IPFW staff members.

The tour bus will leave at 11:00a Friday, Oct. 25 and return to campus around 2:00p Saturday.

Save the Dates: October 25-26th, 2013.

Sign-ups will begin in September. Email or stop by Walb 210 to reserve your seat!


Faces of Camp Mack 2012

2010 Camp Mack Group
2010 Camp Mack leadership
trust exercises
Visualization activity


"I love the IPFW Student Life staff and I am SO thankful for this opportunity." ~ 2010 Camp Mack student

"I got to know myself closer and step outside my comfort zone and make new friends." ~ 2009 Camp Mack student

"I will share this experience and knowledge with everyone I know! I have been on a lot of retreats in my life and I know for a fact that this is the best one ever!" ~ 2010 Camp Mack student 

"The Fall Leadership Retreat helped me look past what people look like and get to know people for who they are. I also learned more about myself that I didn't realized before." ~ 2012 Camp Student

"It's always fun to see individuals discover who they truly are!" ~ 2010 Camp Mack student

"The ropes activity in the woods and the Step into the Circle if... activity made me a much stronger person!" ~ 2010 Camp Mack student

Quantitative Data:

* 97% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that they formed a deeper connection to their peers through Camp Mack.

* 100% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that they have an increased awareness of self after Camp Mack.

* 100% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that they made new friends at Camp Mack.
* 100% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that Camp Mack was a good use of their time.