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Christian Services (at a glance)
Christian Service Requirements for Graduation

Christian Service is a very important part of the Selma University experience.  Selma University’s main objective through its Christian Service Program is to develop the spiritual, intellectual and social needs of its student while preparing them for life-long ministries.

At Selma University every student must be involved in an aspect of ministry.  Some students will be involved in pastoring and preaching. Others will participate in singing in the choir, teaching Bible study or Sunday school, etc.  Some will even be involved in nursing home and evangelistic ministries.

Christian service is not an extra-curricular activity, but an essential part of the total training program. Whereas a student does not receive a “letter grade” for Christian Service, he or she cannot graduate without meeting the requirements of Christian Service.  A student must also demonstrate Christian character as a student and while doing Christian service in order to graduate.  The requirements are as follows:                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                     Rev. Tullis (Coordinator)

  • A full-time Bachelor of Arts student must complete six (6) semesters of Christian service.
  • A part-time Bachelor of Arts student must do Christian service until he/she completes 90 semester hours of academic work.
  • A full-time Associate of Arts student must complete three (3) semesters of Christian service.
  • A part-time Associate of Arts student must do Christian service until he/she completes 45 semester hours of academic work.  (These services must be in accordance with what is recorded in the Christian Service Manual.)

 


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