MIT LDSSA

Latter-day Saint Student Association


The MIT Latter-day Saint Student Association (LDSSA) is a priesthood-directed organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church) that seeks to meet the needs of individual college students. Some of the purposes of the LDSSA are to help Latter-day Saint college students stay closely affiliated with the Church, succeed in their studies, and achieve a balanced life while on campus; correlate Church-related activities on campus; motivate students to become a powerful influence for good on their college campuses; and provide students with meaningful activities which are consistent with Church standards.

Please e-mail ldssa-officers@mit.edu for more information.


On-campus Institute of Religion Classes:


Thursdays

12pm

4-237


Fridays

12pm

Student Center PDR #3

Except April 11th, location tba


CPW 2014 Events:


Super FHE

Thursday, April 10

7pm

McCormick East Penthouse (meet in the McCormick lobby)


Nertz and Dessertz

Saturday, April 12

3:00pm

Religious Activities Center (W11), Community Room