Student Association

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Since its formation in 1967, the Student Association (SA) has become an essential means of fostering unity and fellowship among the student body. SA has close ties with the administration, nominating members for standing committees of the school and making recommendations concerning policy. In addition to planning chapel devotionals and initiating various student activities, the SA sponsors the annual W.B. West Jr. Lectures for the Advancement of Christian Scholarship each fall and six academic awards at graduation. The six awards are: the M.Div. Academic Award, the M.A. Academic Award, the M.A.C.M. Academic Award, the Jack P. Lewis Ministry of Study Award, the Hebrew Award and the Velma R. West Greek Award. The SA publishes a student newsletter and coordinates informal athletic activities throughout the year. The SA also hosts banquets, devotionals, picnics and campus movies.

The SA officers for the 2016-2017 academic year are:

 

President

Peter McGrawPeter McGraw (B.A., Harding University)
Ministry Goal: To engage in foreign missions and to teach in a college or university.
Hometown: Memphis, TN
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Vice President

Caleb-Dillinger HeadshotCaleb Dillinger (B.A., Ohio Valley University)
Ministry Goal: To focus on church communication and evangelism and follow the Spirit’s call to carry forth God’s work in the Northeastern states.
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
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Secretary/Treasurer

brian-metzBrian Metz (B.A., Harding University)
Ministry Goal: To continue to study in order to teach and preach
Hometown: Taylor, MI
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Director of Communication

Macy-Johnson Macy Johnson (B.A., York College)
Ministry Goal: To work with teens with a particular emphasis on intergenerational ministry.
Hometown: York, NE
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On-Campus Representative

Caleb-TaylorCaleb Taylor (B.A., Harding University)
Ministry goal: To participate in the facilitation of meaningful theological education.
Hometown: Ponca City, OK
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Off-Campus Representative

jackson-houseJackson House (B.A., Harding University)
Ministry Goal: To help the church develop a deeper faith in God through better knowledge, profound experience, and kenotic community.
Hometown: Little Rock, AR
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