The Jubilee Conference is designed to help you wrestle deeply with the challenges of being students of Jesus and professors; citizens of His Kingdom and of this world.

The CCO calls college students to serve Jesus Christ with their entire lives.

The Jubilee Conference is about living faithfully in every area of life. For over 40 years, we’ve invited over 70,000 college students to Pittsburgh to talk, learn, think, and dream about the public implications of their personal transformation. Jubilee is a conference like you’ve never experienced before. Whether you’re interested in engineering and science or art and music, law and politics or medicine and mission, justice and families or college life and the years to come, Jubilee will have someone speaking about what it means to be involved in those places faithfully. It’s a gathering of thousands of college students learning how to worship God with their whole lives. Jubilee 2017 will feature some 50+ speakers; so, keep checking back because we’ll constantly be adding more to the site in the weeks and months leading up to the conference.
The Jubilee Conference is part of the mission of the Coalition for Christian Outreach. The CCO calls college students to serve Jesus Christ with their entire lives.

Type: Young adults.

Speakers:

  • Lecrae
  • Ekemini Uwan
  • Anthony Bradley
  • Leonce Crump
  • Jon Tyson
  • Plus dozens of others that can be seen here.

Date: February 17-19, 2017.

Cost:

To make registration simple and affordable pricing for Jubilee includes the registration cost for the conference AND housing. You can register without housing if you prefer and make other arrangements, but we recommend staying overnight for the best Jubilee experience.
$239 ($149 registration + $90 housing in a 4 person room) until December 1 at 11:59 PM
$259 ($169 registration + $90 housing in a 4 person room) until January 26 at 11:59 PM
$279 ($189 registration + $90 housing in a 4 person room) until February 9 at 11:59 PM
$289 ($199 registration + $90 housing in a 4 person room) onsite

Venue: Jubilee 2017 will take place at the Westin Pittsburgh and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, which are connected via a skybridge. The gathering sessions will be in the Convention Center and the workshop and other sessions will be split between the Convention Center and Westin.

1000 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Session times:

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17
3:00 PM — Registration Opens
6:30 PM — Exhibit Hall Opens
7:30 PM — Gathering A
10:00 PM — Late Night
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18
8:30 AM — Exhibit Hall Opens
9:00 AM — Workshop 1
10:15 AM — Gathering B
12:30 PM — Lunch Break
2:30 PM — Workshop 2
3:30 PM — Visit with Exhibitors
4:00 PM — Workshop 3
5:00 PM — Dinner Break
7:30 PM — Gathering C
10:00 PM — Late Night
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19
8:30 AM — Exhibit Hall Opens
9:00 AM — Workshop 4
10:15 AM — Gathering D
Gatherings are large group sessions that are held in the main ballroom.
Workshops are smaller group sessions around specific topics

 

Contact information: 

Email: cco@ccojubilee.org

Phone: +1 412-363-3303

Website: www.jubileeconference.com

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Conference testimonials
The CCO’s Jubilee conference really opened my eyes to the diversity of the Church. Never before had I seen so many college students from so many different backgrounds worshiping Jesus Christ so passionately. I’m definitely going back next year, and I’ll be inviting all of my friends. – Sneha Thomas, Penn State Abington student

Jubilee is a life changing experience that teaches you God really does care about everything you do, and you get to witness a small portion of a rising generation of passionate believers gather together in faith as they grow and prepare to take on the world. – Aidan Littlefield, Junior, Point Park University

Jubilee can be a scary idea if you’ve never come to a conference like this before. But you’ll be rocked in unexpected ways, and God will open your mind and your heart to things He wants you to learn. – Rose So, Senior, Allegheny College