Spiritual Life at Judson
From weekly chapels to serving trips and small groups, spiritual life is a central part of Judson's mission to "[equip] students to be fully developed, responsible persons who glorify God by the quality of their personal relationships, their work, and their citizenship within the community, the nation and the world." It is our aim that, during their time at Judson, students will be shaped to serve as ambassadors of Christ through their personal lives, leadership, volunteerism, and professional excellence.
Judson’s faith identity is defined by three foundational principles. First, Judson is a conservative, evangelical, Christian university, reflecting the commitment to share God’s love through Jesus Christ throughout the world. Second, Judson is a Baptist institution of higher education, and its historical faith perspective shapes its academic and co-curricular programs. Third, the evangelical Baptist commitment provides a learning environment that is predominantly, but not exclusively, Christian. There are ten qualities that demonstrate how Judson University Trustees, administrators, faculty, staff, students and alumni live out the three foundational principles of the University’s faith identity. Learn more about these ten qualities by reading Judson's Faith Identity Statement.