Steubenville | Rochester

This conference is held at the Mayo Civic Center, located in the warm and welcoming community of Rochester, Minnesota. The MCC offers great meeting spaces from Taylor Arena that seats 5,000 for general sessions to Presentation Hall for our smaller workshop sessions. It has a very comfortable small group environment, including an 11 acre park with paved hiking trails and shaded picnic areas along the Zumbro River. MCC also features a safe skyway connection to many of the conference hotels.

Registration opens January 12, 2017 @ 9am

Without Lodging

$190

Per PersonIncludes:
  • Conference Programming
  • 3 Meals
purchase breakfastpurchase Sunday Lunch $10Book Hotel

2017 Ministry Team

Brian Kissinger

Fr. Mike Schmitz

Katie Prejean

Matt Regitz

Paul J. Kim

Sonar

Conference Resources

Media Kit

Key Dates

Scholarship App

Packing List

Arena Map

Fundraising

Lodging Info

Policies & Procedures

Group Leader Checklist

Clergy & Religious

Share The Glory

2017 Deals

Registration & Payment Policies


Mayo Civic Center

30 Civic Center Dr SE, Rochester, MN 55904

Have A Question?

Ask your Steubenville | Rochester Event Coordinator!

Send an email to Pam!

Frequently Asked Questions

Your conference registration fee includes Friday dinner and Saturday lunch and dinner. You may pre-order the following: Saturday and Sunday hot breakfast package for $15/per person. Sunday box lunch to-go for $10/per person.
With advance notice, we are usually able to accommodate most special needs, including physical disabilities, allergies and dietary needs. Indicate these needs on individual registrations and whenever indicated on forms. Participants with food allergies will receive a wristband at check-in allowing them access to a special food line.
Conference policy is one adult for every eight youth of the same gender. Chaperones must be 21 and older and show compliance with the safe environment requirements of their home diocese.
Conference modesty guidelines are available here.

Please note: It is the responsibility of group leaders and chaperones to enforce these guidelines with their teens. Conference staff and volunteers will not personally address modesty with participants unless there is a gross violation.


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