Director of Student Life & Events
Ever wish you could follow up with our chapel speakers? Ask them to go deeper, to clarify, to help you apply? The Forum provides students with the opportunity to hear from chapel speakers on a more personal level. Join us for this time of Q&A with key leaders and preachers. Lunch provided.
This program is an opportunity for a select group of students to serve the seminary. With insight from local leaders, faculty, and staff, these students will receive unique experience and practical skills in preparation for a lifetime of fruitful ministry.
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Participation is open to all our seminary and undergraduate students by audition only prior to class registration. Rehearsals promptly begin at 9am, and chapel begins immediately following at 10am. There are no course fees associated with this band. Contact the Department for Worship Ministries for audition information.
MWI Connect was created for making connections with other ladies on campus. We’ve found that reaching out and forming lasting, godly friendships is crucial to creating a support system to draw from, both now and after moving on.
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Dr. Tom Johnston founded the Midwestern Evangelistic Teams as the practical arm of his evangelism classes, gathering students every Saturday to share the Gospel through door-to-door evangelism in partnership with local churches.
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The Midwestern Missions Fellowship meets three to four times a semester on Friday evenings for the purpose of fellowshipping with students, spouses, and faculty who are interested in International and North American missions.
The financial services office can help you with tuition payment options and questions regarding your financial account. More information below:
The financial aid office helps you answer questions about scholarship options, military benefits, and questions about funding your education.
On Campus Deadline – December 3
Online Term – December 3
On Campus Deadline – January 7
Online Term A – January 7
Online Term B – March 4
Online Term C – January 7
Joshua is a research tool that searches both items in our catalog and articles from most of our databases at the same time. This tool will display thousands (even millions) of results that will include books, e-books, and journal articles. The Discovery Service will allow you to easily and quickly narrow down your results.
Research Guides contain research tips and more information on library resources. Guides have also been created for specific courses to help students with their research projects.
The Midwestern Library also provides access to many databases of academic and research information. Visit the Databases page to get started.
Use Mobius to search through the MBTS classic catalog. Also suports MCC, Avila University, Park University, and William Jewell College, among others.
RefWorks is designed to help researchers easily gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies.
Group Code: RWMWBaptistS
Open to the Public:
Tue-Wed: CLOSED 10:00AM-11:00AM for Chapel
Open to Students:
Mon-Tues, Thur-Fri: 7:30AM-10:00PM
For The Church exists to engage, encourage, and equip the Church with gospel-centered resources that are pastoral, practical, and devotional. Take a look at some of our resources that are available to you: