Common Application

3. Faith Commitment

The Campus Life Office seeks to cultivate life-long Christian leaders by providing students with relevant co-curricular programs, services and engagement opportunities that strengthen their integrity, faith and commitment to thoughtfully serve others.

Christian leadership (as described in Timothy 3: 1-13 and Titus 1: 5-9) involves a call to model selflessness for the good of the larger Christian community. Therefore, all student organization leaders will be supported and encouraged to live and lead with integrity and faith.

Students applying for positions within ministry and mission groups (Potter's Clay, Urban Initiative, Emmaus Road) as well as within WCSA & Orientation are expected to read and sign the following Statement of Faith:

  • I believe that Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior
  • I personally embrace Christian beliefs that are based on God's teaching in Scripture
  • I am committed to pursuing a relationship with God in which I am growing and developing as a follower of Jesus Christ

Students who aspire to leadership but who do not identify as Christ followers are invited to apply for organizations that encourage, but that do not require a Christian faith commitment.