Student Engagement and Success
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.
The Asian American Student Fellowship exists to connect Fuller students of Asian descent, building relationships and encouraging academic excellence and Christian fellowship; and to facilitate conversations and events concerning Asian Americans and social justice, identity, media, art, diversity, psychology, theology, culture, and other subjects.
The Black Seminarians Council seeks to foster a vibrant Christ-centered community for students of Black/African descent at Fuller. We welcome the participation of all students who are interested in learning about and sharing in the ethnic and cultural expressions of students of Black/African descent. We are dedicated to fellowship, spiritual formation, advocacy, academic excellence, vocational support, and community service.
The Brehm Collective is a gathering of student artists, ministers, and theologians at Fuller Theological Seminary. We are committed to creating spaces for students to make, discuss, and experience a variety of art expressions both in Pasadena and beyond. We do this by providing guided discussions, art share nights and art workshops for the Fuller community. While we explore and make art for its own sake, we strive to maintain an ongoing dialogue with theological and faith issues. We aim to work out our art and faith as a community, while valuing both creative exploration and consistent practice.
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.
The purpose of our group is 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.
The Fuller Chinese Fellowship exists to provide spiritual support to Fuller Chinese-speaking students in order to help them grow in Christ, adapt to life in America, and to equip Chinese-speaking students, especially in the area of missions.
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.
Faith and Disability 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.
The purpose of this group is to facilitate community by playing basketball together every Tuesday at 5:30 pm.
The Fuller Church Planter student group exists to: encourage, equip and empower students interested in church planting; create a space for students to pray, discuss and discern a possible call to church planting; and provide networking opportunities for possible church planting partnerships or internships.
The Fuller Hong Kong-Macao Fellowship aims to to build a local community for Fuller students in the area, to provide spiritual and academic support to members, and to establish a local network for ministry collaboration.
Fellowship, research, and network through missions forums, prayer meetings, and small-group Bible study.
The Fuller Sustainability Group exists to encourage conversation, create opportunities for action, and spearhead institutional change around issues of environmental and societal sustainability as we are disciples of Jesus, live as a community of believers and global citizens, and actively participate in the world God created by loving God and loving our neighbors (both our sisters and brothers next door and across the globe) as ourselves.
MAST exists to learn and practice advanced study techniques such as memory palace work, mnemonics, and other non-rote-memory study tools. We will learn and practice these techniques together, in order to find new ways to access memory and advance our scholarship at Fuller.
Mujeres de Las Americas seeks to create an interdenominational Christian women's space at Fuller Theological Seminary which is a platform to: mentor and develop leaders, strengthen our identity and calling as Christian women, nourish our spiritual life through lectures and theological issues relevant to women, and integrally help our community. The context of the group is Latina, however it is open to women of any nationality, race, culture and ethnicity.
There are very few women pursuing PhD’s in SOT and SIS. This group hosts Informal gatherings where we can encourage, support, and inspire one another as we pursue the long and sometimes lonely journey toward our degrees.
The Racial Justice Initiative addresses issues of racial injustice, as well as provides opportunities for dialogue, healing, and community partnerships.
Fuller students partner with Fuller’s Office for Science, Theology, and Religion Initiatives (STAR) to host a discussion group around the nexus of the sciences and Christian faith. Our mission is to ask engaging questions, create conversation at once academic and personal, and offer resources for Fuller students and communities concerning the relationships of science, theology, and religion. We do this for the creation of fruitful theologies and ministries in consonance with natural and social sciences for the betterment of the Church and the world.
SPAR is established as a research colloquium designed to stimulate independent graduate research by providing an environment wherein students at Fuller can experience writing, presenting, and defending original theses in the form of paper presentations and group discussion.
To provide support and community for women at Fuller in ministry.
Our mission is to fervently pray and to intercede for the Fuller Theological Seminary community, our families, friends, and the world through the sovereign power of the HOLY TRINITY! We invite students, faculty, and staff to join us each week for intercession in the Prayer Chapel in the Prayer Garden. We will faithfully serve our Fuller and Pasadena community by being a praying and transformative presence of agape, compassion, hope, belief, exhortation, inspiration, strength, and revival. We will peacefully manifest unity and orchestrate multicultural outreach events that will inspire a revolutionary evangelistic movement and passionate revival of worshiping JESUS CHRIST as LORD and as SAVIOR locally and globally.