A Review of Spiritual Development and Transformation among College Students from Jesuit Higher Education
The college experience can be a critically important and enriching time for personal as well as academic growth and development. For many students, college is their first foray into a more independent world and lifestyle no longer under the careful, and sometimes critical, eyes of their parents, families, and schoolteachers. When students go far away from home to attend college, they need to find ways to live independently, manage their many needs, and attend to the rigors of academic life in higher education. Additionally, the college years offer a unique and important period for spiritual growth, development, and transformation. The purpose of this article is to highlight some of the developmental tasks and challenges of the college years and provide examples of how colleges can be intentional and strategic about spiritual growth and development by focusing on strategies offered by Jesuit higher education.
Plante, T. G. (2020). A Review of Spiritual Development and Transformation among College Students from Jesuit Higher Education. Religions, 11(7), 333. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel11070333
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