Organization Interest

Religion and Theology

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  • Inactive Organization

    Students of Scripture

    The goal of Students of Scripture is to encourage interested individuals to study the Bible. We hope to conduct regular (weekly) meetings in which the Bible's text will be presented and discussed.

    This club is currently inactive. To re-activate a student group, at least five students are needed with a petition for recognition. Please visit the Student Activities Toolbox for more information.

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  • Inactive Organization

    Wesley Fellowship

    The Wesley Fellowship is a campus ministry that met on campus weekly. The Fellowship welcomes all students in becoming involved with missions, service projects, Bible studies, and fellowship.

    This club is currently inactive. To re-activate a student group, at least five students are needed with a petition for recognition. Please visit the Student Activities Toolbox for more information.

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  • Other Involvement Opportunity

    Baptist Campus Ministries

    Baptist Campus Ministries (BCM) is a partnership project of the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions and the local association of Baptist churches. BCM is a student-led campus organization for the purpose of reaching students for Christ and helping them grow in faithful discipleship, Christian leadership, and mission service. In Alabama, BCM groups on community college campuses are primarily led by volunteers from the local association of churches and the campus community. Alabama Baptists have Baptist Campus Ministry groups on all public four-year colleges and universities as well as most community college campuses in our state.

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  • Honor Society

    Theta Alpha Kappa

    Theta Alpha Kappa, the National Honor Society for Religion and Theology, is dedicated to recognizing academic excellence in baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate students and in scholars in the fields of Religious Studies and Theology. Induction requires nomination by a local chapter and, to be eligible, students must have a 3.5 GPA in Religious Studies and/or Theology and a 3.0 GPA overall.  Residency, class ranking, and unit requirements must also be met. 

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