College Council Videos
College Knights March for Life.
Thousands of brother Knights, including hundreds of college Knights, marched for life at the 2019 National March for Life, in Washington, DC.
COLLEGE KNIGHTS HELP CHRISTIANS REFUGEES
College Knights at the University of Maryland hold a car show to raise funds for Christian refugee relief. Learn more about how you can help: www.christiansatrisk.org.
College Knights Compete for Annual Benedict Bowl
Benedictine College Council 4708 (Atchison, KS) and Conception Seminary Council 13750 (Conception, MO) competed in the 11th Annual Benedict Bowl, promoting fraternity between their councils, and raising funds for the Knights of Columbus Ultrasound Initiative.
Follow a Knight: Hunter Estes Marches for Life
Follow Georgetown University student and college Knight Hunter Estes as he joins hundreds of thousands of people at the 2018 March for Life. Hunter made a stand for truth, which will always win in the end.
College Knights Gather for the 2017 College Councils Conference
The 52nd College Councils Conference drew the second largest attendance in history with 214 attendees from 85 campuses. Conference attendees listened to talks delivered by Supreme Knight Carl Anderson and Deputy Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly, participated in breakout sessions facilitated by fellow college Knights and attended Mass at St. Mary's Church, the birthplace of the Order.
Knights Build Community
Knights from Georgia Institute of Technology Council 14496 partnered with Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta to help build a home for a resident in need.
College Knights Compete for Fr. Zylla Cup
For the past decade, college Knights from Mount St. Mary's University Council 1965 and the University of Maryland Council 13295 have annually competed for the Fr. Zylla Cup. Named for Father Robert Zylla, a longtime Knight and chaplain to Council 1965, the cup is given to the winner of a flag football game between the two schools. Always competitive, the game ended with The Mount victorious 23-21 in the 2017 installment. Following the game, the councils gathered for a cookout and prayer.
Georgetown Knights Host Pro-Life Conference
The day after the March for Life, Knights from Georgetown University hosted the 18th annual Cardinal O'Connor Conference on Life. The largest student-run pro-life conference in the country, the Cardinal O'Connor Conference equips attendees with the knowledge and understanding to promote a culture of life on their campuses and in their communities.
College Leaders Attend 2016 College Councils Conference
Over 200 college councils from nearly 80 campuses traveled to New Haven, Conn., for the 51st College Councils Conference. In addition to breakouts and workshops and hearing from Supreme Knight Carl Anderson, attendees also had the opportunity to visit St. Mary's Church, the Knights of Columbus Museum and the Knights of Columbus Supreme Office.
British Columbia Knights Aid Area Homeless
College Knights from Catholic Pacific College in Langley, British Columbia, raised funds to prepare and distribute winter care packages to homeless individuals in their community. “Getting involved and seeing the rewards of the charitable works that the Knights do is just an amazing thing to be a part of," one college Knight said.
College Knights attend 2016 World Youth Day in Kraków, Poland
Thirty college Knights from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Malaysia and Poland attended the 2016 World Youth Day together in Kraków, Poland. In addition to spending time on pilgrimage and in prayer, these men volunteered at the Knights of Columbus-run Mercy Centre, an English catechesis site in Krakow.
North Dakota College Knights Cycle for Faith
Knights from the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University participated in the annual spring Bike Race which raised over $120,000 for their respective Newman Centers.
Texas A&M Knights Build Community with "Field Fest"
Texas A&M University Council 10624 hosted a Field Fest to bring community families together in a fun and competitive environment. In addition to providing families an opportunity to enjoy good food and activities together, the money raised by the council allows them to give even more back to the College Station community.
Praying with Relics of the Passion
This past Lent, King's College Council 5966 (Wilkes-Barre, PA) hosted a prayer service with relics of the Holy Passion. This event gathered together the campus and local community for a once in a lifetime opportunity during this Year of Mercy to better mediate and reflect on the tremendous mercy of the Lord.
Remembering Our Fallen Heroes
College Knights from George Washington University gave witness to the Order's principle of patriotism by volunteering to clean up wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery.
Slam Dunk for Charity
There are few things more exciting than March Madness. College Knights from Purdue University and Saint Francis University capitalized on the passion for basketball on college campuses to devise creative basketball-themed fundraisers in support of the Knights of Columbus Christian Refugee Relief Fund.
College Knights March for Life
Despite the oncoming winter storm, many college Knights showed up to Washington, D.C., on January 22, 2016, to stand with other young people and be a voice for the voiceless, the unborn.
A Notre Dame Thanksgiving Tradition
Notre Dame Knights hold their annual Thanksgiving dinner for residents of the Corvilla home for people with developmental disabilities. The tradition has fostered strong ties between the two communities and highlight the Knights' steadfast defense of the dignity of those with physical and intellectual disabilities.
College Knights Hit the Gridiron
College Knights from Georgetown University, The Catholic University of America and The George Washington University recently gathered for football battle on the National Mall. After the games, the councils gathered for a fraternal cookout. This annual tradition of brotherhood unites the DC area college councils and strengthens their commitment to live out the values of the Knights of Columbus on their individual campuses.