At Anderson University, we integrate faith in every classroom. But we don’t stop there. We’ve created an intentional, innovative, and insightful Campus Ministries program that will help strengthen your faith during college.
These student ministry organizations seek to serve the campus community by providing opportunities for all students to connect to Jesus Christ in a community of faith, fostering an environment where they grow in their faith, and preparing them to thrive in their world for the Gospel.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM)
Come prepared to become a disciple who makes disciples. Student-led worship, accountability groups and community outreach all work together to glorify God and spread the Gospel of Jesus. You don’t have to be Baptist to join this national organization; everyone is welcome at BCM.
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)
RUF connects the big truths of the Bible with the big questions college students face. This ministry meets weekly near the campus at New Covenant Presbyterian Church. RUF is the official campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
FCA seeks to lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church. At AU, FCA meets monthly as a large group in addition to weekly meetings in huddles.
Cru (formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ) operates at Anderson University as a small group and strives to bridge sound biblical theology with a practical emphasis on daily evangelism. Cru meets weekly in Brashier Glade.
Eternal Tribe is a multicultural ministry which promotes the love of Jesus through unity, diversity, and love. This ministry meets weekly in Hunt Chapel.
Women’s Ministry connects women on campus through community and discipleship. Women’s Ministry hosts events, small groups, and has opportunities for one-on-one mentorship.
Other Ministry Opportunities
More opportunities for service and growth include:
- Area churches – Plug in and grow with a local community of believers.
- Community service – From cooking a Thanksgiving meal for the homeless to taking out garbage for fellow students, there are endless possibilities for service.
- Ministry teams – Offer your talents to assist local churches in areas of need, such as playing in a praise band or teaching a children’s Bible class.
- Journey Program – When you go on a journey, you’re going to be changed. Students participate in weekly Campus Worship activities to grow in their faith.