The Steubenville Youth Conference is a three-day experience consisting of music, keynote speakers, small group time, breakout sessions, Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, fellowship, and fun!
The majority of the conference takes place in a large-group setting, but teens will also spend time in small groups of 5-6 people of the same gender with at least one adult leader. Some groups may also have a high school-aged junior leader.
Youth participating with their parish youth ministry will meet in small groups together. If youth are not participating with a parish, they will be placed in a small group with youth from other area parishes.
Incoming freshmen to graduating seniors are eligible to attend Steubenville Conference.
Registration takes place through parish groups.
Youth Fee: $242.00
Adult Fee: $200.00
Includes conference registration fee, dorm housing, conference meals, and group t-shirt. Please note, transportation is the responsibility of the parish for 2022.
Priests and religious attend for free.
For information on how to participate in Steubenville as a parish or school group please contact:
Office of Evangelization & Family Life
Coordinator of Youth Evangelization & Discipleship
Office: 402.551.9003 ext. 1331
Cell Phone: 402.281.8338
Parishes are responsible for paying a $50.00 per person, non-refundable deposit for all spots reserved. The deposit is non-refundable even if another parish is capable of filling the dropped spots.
Parishes are responsible for paying the remaining balance for all spots retained after the drop/add deadline on Tuesday, April 19th..
The registration packet must be submitted with full payment for a substitution to be accepted and the cost to be fully refunded. Verbal agreements to be a substitute will not be accepted.
Scholarships are available directly through the Steubenville Mid-America Conference. The application closes on Thursday, March 24th, 2022.
Scholarships given by the Archdiocese of Omaha have new criteria based on the Archdiocesan Vision & Priorities. This year priority will be given to first year teen participants. Unfortunately, the Archdiocese cannot guarantee a scholarship to everyone who applies, regardless of financial need.