Spring

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what his gospel means for our cities.
The Arizona Mission Trip is Intervarsity's spring break outreach to the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation in Cibecue, Arizona.
Students leave Spring Break CUP with a deeper understanding of God’s love for all people, compelling them to missionally engage the campus, their community and the world. Programming includes:
Students leave Spring Break CUP with a deeper understanding of God’s love for all people, compelling them to missionally engage the campus, their community and the world. Programming includes:
InterVarsity's Charlottesville City Plunge takes you deeper into the story of God in the city and in your life. Come allow Jesus to challenge you to live out your faith locally for the long-term!
Weekend geared at Graduate students in the DC/MidAtlantic region. We'll engage the city through service, exploration, and learning from local leaders. Come ready to be challenged and stretched!
The Milwaukee Urban Plunge is a week long immersion trip where we work with churches and partners throughout the community.
The Milwaukee Urban Plunge is a week long immersion trip where we work with churches and partners throughout the community.
The Milwaukee Urban Plunge is a week long immersion trip where we work with churches and partners throughout the community.
The Milwaukee Urban Plunge is a week long immersion trip where we work with churches and partners throughout the community.
InterVarsity’s Abolitionist Plunge (Week 3) is a week-long immersion into the world of fighting human trafficking, or modern day slavery -- often called the greatest evil of our time.
InterVarsity’s Abolitionist Plunge (Week 2) is a week-long immersion into the world of fighting human trafficking, or modern day slavery -- often called the greatest evil of our time.
InterVarsity’s Abolitionist Plunge (Week 1) is a week-long immersion into the world of fighting human trafficking, or modern day slavery -- often called the greatest evil of our time.
West Virginia is a mostly rural state with high poverty, low high school graduation rates and was recently named the most depressed state in the US.