- Academic Information
- Applied Linguistics Major
- BA in Biblical Language
- BA in Biblical Studies
- BA in Music (Music Ministry)
- Bible Secondary Education Major
- Biblical Exposition Major
- BMus in Music and Worship
- Children's Ministry Major
- Elementary Education Major
- Evangelism/Discipleship Major
- Five-Year B.A./M.A. in Pastoral Ministry
- Intercultural Ministries Major
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Jewish Studies Major
- Ministry to Victims of Sexual Exploitation Major
- Ministry to Women Major
- Pastoral Ministry Major
- Pre-Counseling Major
- TESOL Major
- Urban Ministries Major
- Youth Ministry Major
- Spiritual Enrichment
- Student Life
- Tuition and Fees
- Financial Aid
- Campus Info
- Student Services
Moody student organizations exist to edify and mature our student body, honing students' gifts and broadening their knowledge of the world. Each of Moody's 40 student organizations has a specific focus and also helps to give students an opportunity to learn about issues such as leadership, cross-cultural understanding, mentoring, outreach, media, and personal wellness.
Embrace is an organization designed to involve, support and minister to the African-American students on campus, and to promote multicultural sensitivity throughout the Moody community.
International Students Fellowship
ISF is an organization which exists to provide fellowship and assistance to the international students at Moody. This group also seeks to bring a cultural awareness to the MBI community. ISF sponsors social activities for all students throughout the year.
Kesher is open to students who have an interest in gaining a further understanding of Jewish culture and would like to be involved in ministry opportunities to the Jewish community.
Korean Student Fellowship
The purpose of KSF is to educate, equip, and engage the student body regarding Asia, specifically Korea. KSF exists to bridge the gap and embrace each other's cultural differences among the diverse student bodies of Moody.
MuKappa is a fellowship for "MKs," or missionary kids, and seeks to offer support to MKs as they repatriate to life in the United States. MuKappa sponsors various outings throughout the school year, such as shopping trips, camping trips and other activities.
Puente is open to students who have an interest in gaining a further understanding of Hispanic culture and would like to be involved in ministry opportunities to the Hispanic community. Activities include a chapel presentation on Hispanic awareness and various outings to local Hispanic cultural events.
Student Government Association
The members of the Student Government Association seek to represent student concerns to the faculty and administration of Moody as well as provide social, spiritual, intellectual and physical stimuli to the student body through a variety of programs. Examples of SGA functions are spiritual gifts seminars, campus blood drives, student body prayer meetings with the president of Moody and various campus events.
Big Brother/Big Sister of Chicago
Big Brother/Big Sister of Chicago is an organization that affords ministry opportunities, such as friendship evangelism and discipleship, to children in Chicago. Activities include picnics, retreats, a Christmas party and individual outings in the Chicago area.
Children’s Ministry Awareness Group
CMAG is an organization that works with local children with ministry.
Deaf Outreach of Chicago
DOC is an organization that focuses on equipping students with knowledge of the Deaf community and sharing the gospel with them.
Frontlines Homeless Ministry
The desire of Frontlines is to minister to the homeless through first ministering to their physical and emotional needs.
Illinois School Project
The purpose of ISP is to recruit and train college students to coach and mentor Chicago public high school students to reach their campuses for Christ.
The Moody Debate Society
The Moody Debate Society is an organization that will give students the opportunity to clash their minds on the issues facing the world.
Ratio Christi seeks to encourage and strengthen the faith of students while sharing Christ’s message and love by the use of intellectual investigation and apologetics.
Resident Activities Council
The Resident Activities Council (RACO) exists for the purpose of planning non-academic activities and programs for the student body. Examples of activities sponsored by RACO include showing films on campus, all-night roller skating, boating trips on Lake Michigan, musical concerts, professional baseball games and various other fun activities.
Seen's objective is to honor God in advocating justice locally and globally through prayer, raising awareness, and practical application.
Student Missions Fellowship
The purpose of SMF is to give information, provide opportunities and encourage students to become involved in the ministry of missions. Each semester, SMF encourages the Moody campus to financially support a mission project which the student body chooses. SMF also sponsors such things as weekly prayer meetings for countries/areas of the world and "Concerts of Prayer."
The Student Outreach is a student-led ministry designed to provide students with opportunities to utilize their gifts to communicate the gospel to the unsaved in Chicago's inner city.
Student Theological Society
Open to all Moody students, this club is dedicated to furthering the educational scope of its members through debate, research, and discussion of theological and social issues. The club sponsors regularly-scheduled forums and debates on campus.
The purpose of Zoe is to raise awareness of the lives threatened by abortion.
The purpose of Bonded is first and foremost the education of the student body for the promotion of a greater unity amongst all students in regards to physical disabilities.
Counseling Services Support Groups
Counseling Services offers group counseling for all areas of life including grief, trauma, boundaries, dating, marriage, substance abuse, depression, sexual abuse, and identity formation issues. In addition to group counseling, Counseling Services has several licensed therapists available for individual counseling.
Journey Together is a mentoring program for female students. The desire of Journey Together is to link students with graduate students and female staff or faculty.
The goal of Men's Ministry is to address the issues facing men realistically and biblically, in order to come to an understanding of biblical, realistic manhood. They believe that there are many guys on this campus that are desperately trying to be men, but they don't know how. "God has called us to be men so it is our desire to journey with our brothers toward godly manhood."
This is an employee run club with the purpose of meeting a need in the male student body of facilitating student relationships with older men.
Women's Ministry exists to present the opportunity for women to be discipled in both a small group and one-on-one, while discipling others in the same way. Our goal is to send women into the world who are mature, equipped, experienced and ready to disciple women in each of their future life seasons as women.