Campus Ministries also known as Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) seeks to meet the spiritual, intellectual and social needs of Seventh-day Adventist students on secular campuses.These goals are achieved by strengthening the faith commitment of these students to Seventh-day Adventist beliefs and values, providing opportunities for Christian fellowship, preparing students to deal with the intellectual challenges that arise in a secular environment, developing their leadership abilities and training them for outreach and witnessing on the campus in the community and in the world at large.

Patrick Graham, Director

610.326.4610, ext. 340 | pgraham@aecsda.com

Orien Clairmont, Administrative Assistant

610.326.4610, ext 336 | oclairmont@aecsda.com


Adventist Christian Fellowship


Helpful Sites

  1. SDA Universities – www.adventistcolleges.org
    Find a complete list of all Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities here. Features of each school are discussed in depth and reviews from current and past students are posted. Addresses and contact information for each school is also provided.
  2. Adventist Christian Fellowship – www.acflink.org
    Adventist Christian Fellowship is a site for Seventh-day Adventist college students studying on secular campuses to meet and connect. Available resources include campus ministry forums, a list of current Adventist Fellowship groups, and instructions for starting a campus ministry on a secular college campus.

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