Student Opportunities

Junior level acceptance

While we welcome all who desire to serve God, we view ministry and mission work as a high calling, demanding high standards. Therefore all students who want to receive a degree from the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry must complete an acceptance process, usually during the sophomore year. This process is intended to ensure that ACU graduates are equipped for the demands of ministry. Requirements include demonstration of academic ability, satisfactory completion of psychological testing, recommendations from church leaders and ACU faculty, and a personal essay.

Requirements for Acceptance

Junior Level Acceptance online application form

Online Recommendation form

Student Events and Opportunities

Students are involved in a number of community
service programs in the Abilene area. The following is a
partial list from ACU’s Service-Learning and Volunteer
Resources.

  • Abilene State School
  • Christian Homes of Abilene
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hendrick Medical Center
  • Hospice of Abilene
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Various nursing facilities
  • Service Saturday
  • Weekend Campaigns
  • Wildcat Kids

Academic Links

2012-2013 ACU Course Catalog

Academic Integrity Policy

Taking it to the Streets
Matt Wallace
Alumnus Matt Wallace describes his ministry with homeless teens in Denver, Colorado, and how ACU prepared him for a life of service.
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