Campus Missions Fellowship
All students are urged to attend the regular Friday night Campus Missions Fellowship meeting at 7:00 p.m.
- To provide each student with the opportunity for immediate service in the Lord's missionary work through: Praying - Joining others in prayer for our missionaries. Giving - Giving of our resources so that the Gospel may be preached to all men. Going - Spending a summer on a mission field and serving a missionary in whatever way is needed.
- To help each student to face realistically and honestly the possibility that God wants him/her to serve on an overseas field.
- To help each student prepare to serve whether at home or abroad in God's world mission.
- To keep the student body and faculty of CBC - informed about the work of missions around the world.
On Fridays at 6:00 p.m. students meet to pray for world missions.
The CMF Intern program allows a number of students each year to be chosen from applicants and given the opportunity to serve on mission fields both at home and abroad. They work with an experienced missionary as well as nationals and are placed in very practical situations.
The Voice is the bi-weekly newspaper written, edited, and produced by the students. It reflects campus life in general by seeking to report and comment on all phases of college life.
Class officers are elected for the forthcoming year at the last class chapel of the spring semester. Election for the Freshman class is an exception. This election occurs at the conclusion of the first six weeks of the fall semester.
The Cup is the college's publication portraying the year's activities. Published since 1938 the Cup provides student staff members experience in writing, art, photography, layout, business, and other areas of production.
An important service group on campus is Delta Chi from the Greek meaning "Servants of Christ." Its primary purpose is to provide opportunity for students to assist the college in a variety of ministries such as campus tours, chapel services, socials, orientation and registration.
FOCAL (Married Students Association)
This organization is for all married couples and single parent students of Central Bible College. It offers ministry help by giving fellowship, friendship, and informational support in housing, jobs, etc.
SGA: Student Government Association
The objectives of Student Government Association shall be to serve as the executive organization of the student body; to act as liaison between the student body and the faculty and administration; to interpret student opinion; to assist in the orientation program for new students; to recommend to the proper authorities any action which it feels will contribute to the spiritual, social, and academic welfare of the school or student body; to cooperate with the Student Life Committee.