Moody student organizations exist to edify and mature our student body by honing students' gifts and broadening their knowledge of the world. Each of Moody's student organizations has a specific focus and is divided into cultural leadership, music and drama, service, sports, student media, and support.
The Chicago Student Programs Office
The Student Programs Office advises student organizations and class councils in the areas of leadership, budgeting, planning, and the facilitation of campus-wide events. For more information, please contact Student Programs at Studentprograms@moody.edu or visit our page.
In addition to overseeing student organizations, the Student Programs Office offers a variety of programs for Moody students, such as the following:
- The Undergraduate U-Pass Transportation Program
- Moody Bible Institute Commuter Pop-up Pantry
- Game Room Tournaments
- The International Student Office
- Notary Services
- Commuter Lockers
The Student Programs Office also manages chapel and conference attendance for undergraduate students.
The Alumni Student Center
The Student Programs Office oversees the Alumni Student Center (ASC) building, which is the crossroads of the Chicago campus. The second floor of ASC houses conference rooms, the Fellowship Hall, student organization offices, Joe's Coffee Shop, the game room, the Multicultural Student Office, and the Student Programs Office.
The Activity Center on the second floor of ASC offers a private setting for group functions, such as brother/sister events, special organization presentations, and other activities.
The Baby Room is offered to mothers who need to privately feed their infants and small children. It includes a couch, a lamp, a table, a small refrigerator, electrical outlets, and decorations that create a relaxed environment. Please contact Student Programs if you are interested in utilizing this room. The ASC Assistant located in the Game Room Office may also assist with opening this room for you.
The Commuter Lounge on the second floor of ASC has vending machines for meals on the run. For students who wish to bring meals, this area houses microwave ovens, a toaster, tables, and a sink to wash dishes. Commuter lockers are also available in this area for commuter students to rent for the academic year.
All rooms on ASC 2 are to be reserved through Events, Marketing, and Management for internal and external events.