The Campus Life office is privileged to work closely with the student organizations of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. A brief description is provided for each organization. Please contact the Campus Life Office for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504.816.8427.
This student association seeks to encourage and foster a community that will aid in professional development and promote the collaboration of diversified skills and talents as each individual pursues the call of God in the counseling ministry. We seek to provide opportunities for training and certification in various counseling skills areas. The NOBTS Student Counselor Association welcomes students/faculty of all backgrounds who are interested.
BCM@NOBTS exists to work with student life to provide an engaging experience by providing community building on campus and missional living opportunities throughout the New Orleans Metro area.
This fellowship is designed to create professionalism and camaraderie among social work students on campus.
The Christian Educators Association exists to prepare God called men and women for vocational ministry in the field of Christian Education.The purpose of the NOBTS CEA is to promote Christian Education by providing training, encouragement, fellowship and inspiration for students of NOBTS and other Christian Education professionals in the region.
CHESS is an organization consisting of families within the seminary who participate in the home education of their children.
The purpose of the Dead Preachers Society is to encourage preachers in the passionate proclamation of His word through weekly meetings and other special events.
This organization helps care for Korean students by encouraging and equipping them spiritually and physically to do the work of God.
Quest is a student-led fellowship for women seminary students. This organization is designed to provide encouragement for women during their time in seminary through regular events.
Student Theological Fellowship is a student-led organization whose purpose is to complement and enrich the student's theological education.
This fellowship of women meets monthly during the school year to provide encouragement for student wives on the NOBTS campus through Bible study, fellowship, and planned activities. In addition, academic courses are provided for student wives to equip them for ministry alongside their husbands. These classes are free-of-charge for wives of current students, and free childcare is provided at the Preschool Center by reservation.