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Frequently Asked Questions
How to Register:
Step 1. Go to www.acfregister.com
Step 2. Login or create an account (complete your profile if necessary)
Step 3. Click on "attend an event"
If you have any problems with registration, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some FAQs about ACFI:
1) How much does it cost?
Early bird registration is $300 and standard registration is $320. Registration includes food and lodging for the entire duration of ACFI.
2) Are there scholarships available to help me cover the cost of ACFI?
Yes! ARC provides scholarships of up to $500 for students in the USA who are interested in going to ACFI. Go to http://bethearc.com/apply/ for more information.
Another scholarship option can help you get your registration covered. Email a letter to email@example.com explaining why you would like to attend ACFI and what you hope to do on your campus when you return.
3) When should we arrive for ACF Institute?
Registration will be held at Bowles Hall from 3-6pm on Monday, May 20. The program will start on Monday at 7pm. If you are a pastor or chaplain and will be attending the Public Campus Ministers Conference, registration will be held at Bowles Hall from 4-6 pm on Sunday, May 19.
4) Where is housing?
Attendees will be housed at Bowles Hall. 1928 Stadium Rim Way Berkeley, CA 94720.
5) If I am driving in, is there parking available?
Yes, there is parking across from Bowles Hall. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you will need a parking pass so we can arrange this ahead of time. Note that parking is NOT free. Please look out for an email that will contain information about pricing.
6) I would like to room with a friend. Will this be possible?
Yes, please keep an eye out for an email asking you to input your roommate preference, allergies, emergency contact information, and your travel itinerary.
7) Where will we eat?
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are in the cafeteria inside of Bowles Hall.
8) What is the best airport to fly into?
San Francisco Airport (SFO) or Oakland (OAK). From either of these airports, you can take the Bay Area Rapid Transit system (BART) to Ashby Station. We will be providing transportation from Ashby Station to Bowles Hall. BART tickets are $10 one way.
9) What should I pack with me?
• US Dollars
• Bible, notepad, pens, pencils
• University/College Apparel
• Rain jacket and/or umbrella
• Laundry detergent if you’d like to do laundry
• Quarters for laundry machine
• Sabbath clothes for church
Please note that sheets/linens, pillows AND towels are ALL provided so you will not need to pack these items.
10) What is the difference between ACF Institute and the Public Campus Ministers’ Conference?
ACF Institute is open to anyone–students, pastors, chaplains, church members, etc. The public campus Minsiters’ conference is open to all pastors and chaplains who would like to receive additional training. The schedule for the Public Campus Ministers’ Conference can be found here.
A training weekend for pastors, lay leaders, and students attending public colleges or universities with a passion for reaching peers, staff, and teachers for the Kingdom.
Registration available here:
Timber Ridge Camp
1674 Timber Ridge Rd
Spencer, IN 47460
Anyone attending Public School Grades 11-12 or Public Colleges, and those interested in starting a Public Campus Ministry at their local school.
$35.00. All food and lodging included.
Florida International University
Sponsored by the Southeastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the Florida International University chapter.
Register here: http://www.secsda.org/campus-catalyst/
Campus Catalyst is an interactive weekend experience designed to assist a student group or church launch a new ministry on campus or strengthen an existing ministry. Campus Catalyst includes:
Friday Evening (7:30-9:30 PM): Following Jesus On Campus: Jesus’ model for sharing the Good News with students.
Sabbath School (9:30): Invitation Small Group Bible Study: Experiencing Jesus mission and message.
Sabbath Worship (11:00): The Power of One: The difference that just one student can make in the lives of others.
Sabbath Afternoon (2:00–5:30 PM): The Word On Campus: Practical steps for launching, growing and sustaining campus ministry. This can also include an outreach on campus or at least practice with campus outreach activities.
Saturday Evening (6:30): Saturday Night Activities.
Sunday Morning (9:30): Is it rational to believe In God?: Sharing the faith we love with those who still have questions.
Student participants will receive resources and materials that will help them minister on campus.