Student Organizations exist to establish community, communication and spiritual growth among groups who share a common affinity at Southern Seminary.Apply Now
The Adelphai Society exists to encourage women as they love and support their husbands during the unique and difficult task of pursuing a Ph.D. Advised by Mrs. Mary Mohler, the society seeks to cultivate a fellowship of encouragement and learning among Ph.D. wives through interaction with godly men and women affiliated with Southern Seminary.
Raise awareness among students of the global needs and opportunities of Bible translation and its relationship to the Great Commission; cultivate a desire for Bible translation among students; encourage fellowship among students interested in Bible translation; and provide learning and fellowship opportunities through various events each semester.
CSF seeks to foster connections among Chinese students and those hoping to serve in China, preparing and equipping students for future ministry in China by educating them on Chinese culture and the dynamics/state of Chinese churches.
KSF seeks to enhance the seminary life of Korean students and their families by aiding their transition into United States culture and academic life. The fellowship equips members for effective intellectual and spiritual leadership in all aspects of Christian ministry.
NSF serves as a forum for all Nigerian students to build community and fellowship around activities, worship in the local church, and participation in notable Southern Seminary events. The purpose of NSF is to build up participants in the Word of God, pray for the nations, and exalt the name of Christ.
SEAF exists to connect and create a network of Southeast Asian students for the purpose of sharing, serving, and strengthening one another in Southern Seminary and in Southeast Asia regions.
SMF engages God’s global mission through the ministry of prayer for unreached people groups. SMF desires to raise awareness among students with regard to the state of unreached peoples around the world and to instruct students concerning the magnitude of the Great Commission.