Student Organizations

The Christian Studies Club

The Christian Studies Club at Campbell University provides a support group for all interested individuals through fellowship events, service projects, and forums.

The club’s goal is to promote intellectual growth, develop ministry skills, and nourish our members’ spiritual lives.

Membership is automatically granted to students who are a Christian Studies major/minor. Membership is open to any other interested students who sign up at the Street Fair, a Club Fair, or by reaching out to a club member at any point during the year.

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What to Expect

The Christian Studies Club hosts a variety of events and service projects throughout the year. Below is a list of the kinds of events that students can expect.  

Fellowship Events

  • Ice Cream social with student/faculty
  • Bowling trips
  • Picnics and Bonfires

Service Projects

  • Monthly Prayer Table on campus to connect with the student body
  • Forums held to help with grad school applications
  • “Lunch Talks” with guest speakers to discuss topics such as sex and relationships, the ethics of war, life after death
  • Community outreach (example: writing cards to local nursing home residents)
  • Fundraising for organizations that supports victims of domestic violence and sexual assault

Stay in touch

Join the Christian Studies Department Facebook Group and follow us on Instagram to keep up with all of our upcoming events and activities!

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Theta Alpha Kappa

National Honor Society for
Religious Studies and Theology

Students and faculty gathered for a posed photo after induction.Founded in 1976 at Manhattan College in Riverdale (the Bronx), New York City to recognize the academic achievements of religion and theology students. Currently, Theta Alpha Kappa has more than two hundred chapters nation-wide in four-year educational institutions ranging from small religiously affiliated colleges to large public research institutions. It is the only national honor society 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. Theta Alpha Kappa is a related scholarly organization of the American Academy of Religion, an affiliated program of the Society of Biblical Literature and is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies.

In the spring of 2006, the then Dept. of Religion and Philosophy, under the leadership of Dr. Adam English, initiated the process of application to create a new chapter here at Campbell. Late in the fall of 2006 the application process was completed, and we were able to form a chapter and induct new members, which we did for the first time in April of 2007. Our local chapter name is Alpha Theta Mu and we induct new members annually in the spring.

Chapter Representative: Dr. Kathryn Lopez