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The National Campus Ministry Association is your source for resources and information related to the field of higher education ministry. With five decades of advocacy, collegiality, and commitment to ministry in higher education, The National Campus Ministry Association offers support for personal and professional growth to those engaged in campus ministry. We are committed to working together to create a world that is open, reconciling, and affirming. We celebrate our diversities and welcome members without regard to race, gender, nationality, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental abilities or economic means.


2017 Conference News!

We will be hosting our annual conference July 26-28, 2017 at Iliff School of Theology in Denver, CO. For more information click here.

Huddle and Go!

We are excited about a new opportunity called Huddle and Go. We will be hosting a once-a-month virtual gathering for higher education ministry professionals to connect, persevere, and strive toward. Created in partnership with Campus Ministry Matters and facilitated by former NCMA president J. Cody Nielsen (Wesley Foundation, University of Minnesota) and NCMA Bethany Initiative participant Ben Wideman (3rd Way Collective, Penn State University), the Huddle and Go offers monthly video conference discussions on topics you’ll find vitally interesting—from contemporary challenges on campus to ongoing operational concerns around staffing, funding, and running a campus ministry program.
The series is offered free of charge to all NCMA Members; non-members will pay $20.00 per session.

For more information and to register click here.

 

Bethany Initiative

We are excited to announce our new Bethany Initiative, a program developed in cooperation with the Bethany Fellows program to support and sustain campus ministers in their work. Click here to learn more.


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In 2014, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of NCMA by returning to St. Louis, the site of our first conference in 1964. To mark the occasion, 55 of our “Sages” collected their campus ministry stories in a book edited by Betsy Alden entitled, Campus Ministry Memoirs: The Way It Way, 1964-2014. Collectively, they have served over 1500 years in the work of campus ministry in North America and their stories are valuable for anyone wanting to learn more about campus ministry. Click here to order a copy for yourself. Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the National Campus Ministry Association.