Steubenville | St. Paul

Steubenville | St. Paul is held on the scenic, riverside campus of the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, just minutes from the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Inside the state-of-the-art Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex, Schoenecker Arena and the adjacent Field House provide ample general session and breakout space for our 2,100 participants. The beautifully landscaped campus is the perfect setting for small group meetings and large group activities.


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What is Steubenville?
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Lodging Included

$205

Per PersonIncludes:
  • Conference Programming
  • 5 Meals
  • Dorm Room Housing
Purchase Sunday Lunch $10

2017 Ministry Team

Steve Angrisano

Fr. John Burns

Nic Frank

Jason Evert

Rachel Leininger

Sonar

Conference Resources

Media Kit

Key Dates

Scholarship App

Packing List

Arena Map

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Fundraising

Lodging Info

Policies & Procedures

Group Leader Checklist

Clergy & Religious

Share The Glory

2017 Deals

Registration & Payment Policies

Housing Placement Form

What Is Steubenville?


University of St. Thomas

2115 Summit Ave. St Paul, MN 55105

Have A Question?

Ask your Steubenville | St. Paul Event Coordinator!

Send an email to Sarah!

Frequently Asked Questions

Your conference registration fee includes Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Sunday breakfast. Sunday to-go lunch is available for $10 per person and must be pre-purchased.
Yes. Additional nights on-campus may be arranged through the Partnership for Youth office for $18 per person, per night. Please contact Sarah for additional information. (sarah@partnershipforyouth.org)
All participants will stay in the dorms at the University of St. Thomas. While dorm configurations may vary, plan for 1 of every 3 of participants to sleep on the floor – this includes adult chaperones. Most dorms are not air conditioned and we recommend bringing fans. Linens, pillows and towels are not provided.
Air conditioned dorm space is very limited and is reserved for those with special needs. Please contact Sarah with questions. (sarah@partnershipforyouth.org)
Yes. We have a partnership with local chain, Davannis. You will be able to pre-order closer to the conference and they will deliver to a designated place on-campus.
We do our very best to accommodate special needs, including physical disabilities, allergies and dietary needs. Please be sure to indicate these needs on individual registrations and whenever indicated on forms. We strive to provide gluten-free, vegetarian, and dairy free options if we are notified in advance. If a participant has a food allergy, they will receive a wrist-band at check in allowing them through a special food line.  We have access to wheelchair accessible dorms and can pre-assign accessible seating in the area if we are notified in advance.
For a set of conference modesty guidelines, please click here. Please note that 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.
Conference policy is 1 adult for every 8 youth of the same gender. Chaperones must be 21 and older and show compliance with the safe environment requirements of their home diocese.

Steubenville Partners

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