Campus Ministry groups offer students opportunities to make new friends who are also seeking to grow in faith. It is an inviting opportunity where you can find support and encouragement as you work to meet your educational goals.
Campus Ministry groups listed below are not supported by College or state funds, but rather supported by external affiliations. These groups have completed the necessary orientation and registration from the Office of Student Life. Questions? Contact Amanda Capobianchi.
Charlotte International Fellowship, Tom Knight
Affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. CIF is a Christian organization that seeks to meet the needs of international students. CIF provides both Christian based materials, but also provides welcoming events such as lunches and help with ESL.
Campus Crusade for Christ, Tyler Miller
Campus Crusade is a Christian organization that wants to provide students a place to experience biblical Christianity through small groups, fellowship, prayer, Bible study, off-campus conferences and other events.
Alpha Omega (A ministry of The Charlotte Church), Joe Bruno
Alpha Omega is a diverse group of students who come together once a week at Central Campus to build friendships based on biblical principles.
Uptown United, Jacob Pierce
Uptown United is a campus ministry sponsored by the Presbyterian, United Methodist, Episcopal, and Lutheran churches. Uptown United seeks to provide students opportunities for spiritual growth and to inspire students to make a world of difference through service, worship and fellowship. Uptown United is focused on helping students live out God's purpose for their lives: to love God, to love neighbor, and to love self.