Student Groups

Able Theology

Able Theology exists to promote access to disability theology, studies, and awareness especially concerning the physical, theological, and communal accessibility at Fuller. We also hope to develop community among people with and without disabilities

Africana Student Association (ASA)

The purpose of the Africana Student Association is to facilitate a comprehensive community for students of African descent and contributing its unique gifts to the wider Fuller community.

African Student Fellowship (ASF)

ASF seeks to promote relationship among Fuller African Students, locally, across the continent of Africa, and beyond. We hope to experience the diverse aspects of African cultural heritage as well as assist the integration of new African students to the Fuller community.

Asian American Theological Fellowship of Fuller Theological Seminary (AATF)

Asian American Theological Fellowship (AATF) of Fuller Theological Seminary exists for the theological task of critically engaging the Asian and American cultures with the gospel for the sake of the life and ministry of the church. This group also provides support and community for Asian Americans and those interested in Asian American concerns.

Association of Student Advocates for Psychological Health (ASAPH)

We are a student group that encourages and empowers students of psychology to become advocates for the professions and clients we represent and serve. We aid students in legislative process, host guest speakers, and network with local and state professional organizations.

Cantonese Fellowship

Cantonese Fellowship is a group to help Cantonese-speaking international students to adapt to American life, to provide spiritual support among members of this group and promote spiritual growth.

CATS Women's Association

The purpose of the CATS Women's Association is to facilitate professional development, community building, and opportunities for spiritual formation among women enrolled in the CATS program; and to facilitate peer mentoring relationships between new and existing female students in the CATS program.

Centro Latino

The purpose of our grou pis to build a relationship through Christian fellowship, getting to know each other and also encouraging and helping each other to succeed in our dreams and goals. We celebrate with a regular time of chapel, praising and worshiping our Mighty God. Join us to hear our teachers or guest speakers as they share God's message.

Children at Risk Team (C@R)

We are a collaborative initiative of the Fuller community that exists to raise awareness, create opportunities, and support the objectives of the Children at Risk emphasis to further God's purposes for Children at Risk locally and globally.

Contexts

Contexts is a group of students dedicated to recognizing outstanding attainments in the study of the Hebrew language and literature, to stimulate study and research in this field, and to promote an understanding and appreciation of the culture of Israel.

Finance and Fundraising Group

The purpose of the Student Stewardship Group is to promote the wise use of the financial resources God has entrusted to students at Fuller Seminary. We do this by raising awareness of relevant financial issues and then providing practical solutions to those issues.

Fuller Arts Collective

The Fuller Arts Collective seeks to build community among artists and artistically-minded students on campus, extending these relationships to the local community through opportunities to discuss, display, and create art of many genres and themes.

The Fuller Company

The purpose of The Fuller Company is to promote and encourage the performing arts on the Fuller campus and the local community. This is done through on campus performances and promoting local shows in the community.

Fuller Filmmakers

Fuller Filmmakers is designed to support filmmakers at or connected with Fuller and provide a space for them to engage in the ongoing discussion on how to practically incorporate faith within the medium of film.

Fuller Intercultural Network

Fellowship, research, and network through missions forums, prayer meetings, and small-group Bible study.

Fuller Pneuma Society

This group is for students, alumni, and professors who come from traditional Pentecostal/Charismatic denominations or have an interest in being a part of the discussion. We are interested in networking and meeting to discuss theological questions, church experiences, and what we have come to believe.

Fuller Recreation & Outdoor Group

The purpose of the group is to create fun filled activities fo all groups on campus, and to create a bridge between cultures and academia.

Korean Student Association

The goal of KSA is to promote and encourage students' relationships, enrich activities for the Korean community, and provide a network between students and graduates.

Korean-American Women Students Association

KAWSA seeks to offer activities that will encourage spiritual growth and promote genuine community among women ministers through group fellowship, meetings regarding women in ministry, and small groups.

Live Bones

Live Bones is a student led prayer group dedicated to encourage and inspire one another in the Lord through praise and worship and prayer. It is meant to be a time of refreshment and peace in the midst of the busyness of graduate school.

One Table

OneTable exists as a safe space for all who desire to be a part of the conversation surrounding faith, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We not only welcome all voices, but are convinced that all are needed. OneTable serves to help students think about faith and sexuality from a broader perspective, one that includes each of us, not only the LGBT community. We believe that intentionally living in the tension of disagreement is the way of the gospel of Christ. Jesus teaches us what relational ministry looks like, and we hope that OneTable is helping the Fuller community to be more relational in how they think about their ”other”, in this case the LGBT community. We do this by giving participants the opportunity to share a meal with people who are different from them while providing a safe space for people to listen, learn, and ask questions. OneTable holds monthly table fellowship meals and sponsors campus events including film screenings, speakers, and panels. While we exist primarily for Fuller students and faculty, we welcome any involvement from the wider Fuller community. As a non-political organization, we DO NOT exist to change policy within Fuller, our state, or on federal level.

Peace and Justice Advocates

We gather together to explore Peace and Justice Making and Build Christian Community. Come to our weekly forums where we discuss current issues pertaining to Peace, Justice, and our response as People of Faith.

Students Serving Veterans

Fuller veterans have recently become an officially recognized chapter of Student Veterans of America (http://studentveterans.org), making it part of a national coalition of over 985 student veteran organizations in all 50 states. In addition to advocating for veterans on a national level, SVA provides scholarship opportunities, and training for student veteran leadership, to include annual conferences. It is the mission of the SVA chapter at Fuller to support veterans in the Fuller community by increasing awareness and acceptance of veterans on campus. The SVA chapter also helps serve student veterans seeking ministerial jobs after graduation, and informing all students about careers in the military, to include but not limited to chaplaincy and psychology, through Fuller's Schools of Theology and Psychology.

Vital Connections

Vital Connections is a recovery community dedicated to remain vitally connected to God and each other. We seek to educate, empower, and equip those who desire a safe fellowship and support system to deal with damaged relationships and whose ministry is impacted by an addictive society.

Forms and Important Links for Current Student Groups

Plan Events

1. Check the Calendar
2. Complete the Event Notification Form
3. Reserve a Room
4. Reserve Technology
5. Contact Parking & Security at 626-584-5450 if your event will require parking from individuals outside the Fuller community.

Advertise Your Event

Sign Holder Request Form
SEMI Contact: semi@fuller.edu
Bulletin Boards (see Student Resources Handbook)
The Quad
For calendar posts, Twitter, and other publicity assistance, contact Student Affairs.

Get Funds

Petty Cash Voucher Form
Check Request Form
Supplemental Grant Request Form
Financial Policies and Instructions (See Student Handbook pg. 7-9)

Student Groups enliven and serve our community. Your leadership offers invaluable opportunities to connect with other students. Student Groups can register as informal groups at any time. Student Groups can achieve formal status at the end of the academic year--formalizing for the following academic year.

The deadline for registering formal groups for 2013-2014 has passed. You can, however, register a new informal group at any time.

Follow this simple registration process:

Read

Read through the Student Group Handbook.

Write

Write your Group's Bylaws.
[See the Handbook for details: "Regulations and Policies for Official Student Groups", Article B: "Student Group By-Laws"]

Complete

Complete the Registration Form.

Submit by-laws and any additional forms to the Office of Student Affairs (second floor of the Catalyst).
Feel free to stop by, email or call with any questions:

lauramcdowell@fuller.edu or 626.584.5435

Contact
(626) 584-5200
(800) 235-2222
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Pasadena, CA 91182

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