The Newsletter of San Elijo College
Fall 2010 Course Offering
San Elijo College is happy to announce its first course offering. We will be offering a semester long course on the great works of ancient Greek literature. We will be reading Hesiod's Theogony and Works and Days, Homer's Illiad and Odyssey, as well as plays by Aeschlyus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes.
The course is open to degree seeking students as well as anyone interested in these great books.
We will be meeting on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-8:30 p.m. beginning on August 31 through December 14.
Our location in the San Elijo Hills Town Center is to be announced. Please see our course schedule on the college website for the reading list and meeting dates.
Classical Christian Education Lectures Online
All of the videos from our past symposium and summer lectures are online. Our lectures feature: Dinesh D'Souza, John Mark Reynolds, and Peter Kreeft, as well as others. The lecture by Peter Kreeft from our December 2009 symposium is one of the finest statements of a Christian view of the liberal arts and classical education. If you weren't at the lecture and have a passion for classical liberal arts, check out Dr. Kreeft's lecture here.
College Courses for Home School High School Students
San Elijo College is proud to announce our home school course offerings.
San Elijo College
instructors are available to teach courses "on demand" for any advanced junior and senior level high school students in our area. Such courses include any of our great books curriculum courses as well as typical college classes which our instructors have taught at other local universities, including:
• Freshman Composition
• Introduction to Philosophy
• Critical Thinking
• Great Books of the West
Please contact the administration for additional information on arranged courses for your home school group.
San Elijo College would like to encourage you to attend a day long conference sponsored by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute in Rancho Santa Fe, California (just a few miles from the college). Attendees must register for the event and can do so here: Register for ISI Event.
This year's conference theme is:
"The Economic Crisis in Context"
Here is the information:
June 12, 2010
The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe
5951 Linea Del Cielo
Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Lunch will be served and a reception will follow the conference. This event is complimentary and guests are welcome.
Featuring Lectures On...
Economic Crises, Then and Now
Brian Domitrovic, professor of history-Sam Houston State University and author of ISI Book, Econoclasts, an intellectual history of supply-side economics
The Economy After the Crisis
Gary Wolfram, William E. Simon Professor of economics and public policy-Hillsdale College
Why Economic Liberty?
Samuel Bostaph, professor of economics-University of Dallas
College Summer Mini-Conference
"The Christian Mind"
San Elijo College will be partnering with the Mars Hill Ministry at North Coast Calvary Chapel in Carlsbad, California to host a summer mini-conference on the Christian Mind.
Dates: Wednesdays: July 14, 21, and 28
Keep your calendar open!
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Publish and coordinate all communications from the college.
Assist with the college's fundraising campaigns.
Develop and implement new student recruiting plans.
Give oversight to the college's budget and finances.
If you would like to volunteer for any of these positions in the college, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
San Elijo College is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible.
To make a donation to the college, checks can be made to "San Elijo College" and mailed to 1501 San Elijo Road, 104-114, San Marcos, C¬A 92078.
Make sure to visit our blog at www.sanelijocollege.blogspot.com for reflections on higher education.
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