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FOSTERING COMMUNITY AND FRIENDSHIP.

A number of organizations on campus serve to help students make connections within the larger student body. These groups plan events throughout the year to foster community and fellowship.


The International Club

Dr. Matt Akers, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs

The IC brings together American and International students to promote safe intercultural dialogue, to broaden cultural understanding, and to build intercultural relationships on campus that can carry over into ministry in the future. For more information, email makers@mabts.edu.


The Mid-America Women’s Institute

Mrs. Lee Ann Spradlin and Mrs. Susan Thompson

Mid-America hosts the Women’s Institute for spouses of seminary students and alumni and female students and alumni. These classes take place on Monday nights during the fall and spring semesters and are taught by faculty wives and local women’s ministry leaders. Classes begin at 6:00 p.m. and end at 8:00 p.m. For more information, please contact Campus Life by e-mailing campuslife@mabts.edu.


Young Leaders Club

Dr. Ken Lewis, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology, New Testament, and Church History

Young Leaders is a club for men who desire to grow in leadership skills in the church, the home, and in their professions. It is open to seminary and college students. For more information, email klewis@mabts.edu.


CAMA 101

Dr. Mikey Mewborn, Director of Student Life

CAMA (The College at Mid-America) students are paired with MABTS (Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary) students who will mentor them in college life/studying and spiritual disciplines. For more information, email campuslife@mabts.edu.


Bachelor Student Fellowship (BSF)

Jacob and Hannah Simmons, RAs

The BSF exists to promote fellowship and friendship amongst bachelor level students. Most events are free and are hosted monthly. For more information, email Campus Life at campuslife@mabts.edu.

2095 Appling Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38016

1.800.968.4508