The goal of the Student Life staff is to strive to serve as catalysts for you to become "complete in Christ" (Colossians 1:28-29) and to encourage you to become growing and complimentary members of the "Body of Christ" (Ephesians 4:15-16). We desire to see you reach your full potential and take hold of the gifts the Lord has given you. Our goal is that you would leave Moody as one who loves the Lord, loves others, and serves the advancement of Christ’s kingdom.
Ways in which we can serve you
- Chapel: Schedule, speakers, announcements
- Approval of Posters
- Issuance of an Emergency Letter
- Information for students preparing to be married
- Questions concerning the Student Life Guide (SLG) and Community Life Agreement (CLA)
- New Student Orientation: Welcome Day, Orientation, Orientation Grades, making up missed Orientation sessions
- Family Weekend
- Parents Council
- Submission of a Student Grievance
- Title IX Information
Student Life is located on Culbertson 2. Any questions can be directed to email@example.com or (312) 329-4193.
The staff of the Student Life department serves as co-educators and spiritual leaders who love and lead the student body. We intentionally shape the MBI culture so that students mature in Christ. We attempt to lead students through life-giving relationships that add value, deepen character, and encourage development in each student. Our residence hall program is intended to provide a training ground for leadership and ministry because we believe in students’ potential as ministers and leaders. We seek to serve students from a posture of love and respect, not fear and control. This redeeming, relational love is the context in which we strive to maintain rules and exercise discipline.
It is to this end that we care for students and help them to grow in every aspect of their lives. We desire to see students reach their full potential and take hold of the gifts that the Lord has given them. Our goal is that students would leave Moody as whole individuals who love the Lord, love others, and serve for the advancement of the kingdom.