There are many Christian organizations with a presence on campus.  Here are the ones we know about.

CRU at UNC is a group of Carolina students with many different backgrounds seeking to understand who God is, who we are and why we are here on this earth. Web page:

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a Christ-centered community that is Authentic, Invitational, and Missional. Web page:

FOCUS: Graduate Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, begun in 1965, is a student-led and student-supported group; our purpose is to provide a Christ-centered environment in which graduate and professional students can grow spiritually, develop intellectually, interact socially, and share their Christian faith with others. Web page:

Campus Christian Fellowship (CCF) is a community trying to do our best to follow Jesus so we can say as Paul said, Follow my example as I follow the example of Christ. (1 Corinthians 11:1). This isn’t something that can be done alone. We need God’s Spirit to guide us and the help of each other. That is why we have committed to being … a community dedicated to knowing God and making disciples.  Web site:

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a Biblically-based, Christ-centered, student-led organization. Our goal is to provide a place where students on the UNC campus can fellowship and hear the Gospel presented in an informal manner. Web site:

Christian Apologetics of Carolina is a student organization at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which is dedicated to exploring questions of philosophy and theology and their relation to the Christian faith. Web page:

Reformed University Fellowship is a Christian fellowship where “you’re never so bad you’re beyond the reach of God’s grace, and you’re never so good you’re beyond the need of God’s grace.” Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF is a place for you to explore Christianity and grow in your understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him in community with other students. Web page:

Christian Medical & Dental Association (CMDA) was founded by medical students as a vehicle for fellowship, Bible study and prayer. Today CMDA sponsors student chapters at two-thirds of the nation’s medical and dental schools. Bonded by a common faith, we are advancing Christian values in our profession and society, integrating our personal faith and professional practice, and using our skills to serve others in need. Web page:

Triangle Christian Medical Fellowship (TCMF) is the local Triangle chapter of the Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA), and the sponsor of the student chapter of CMDA at UNC and Duke. TCMF is organized as a non-profit to enable them to include and support other healthcare professions such as Pharmacy, Nursing, Physician’s Assistant, Physical Therapy, and Dental Hygiene. Monthly dinners with a speaker are held at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Durham, all students, residents, fellows, faculty and practicing professionals are welcome. Please see our website for more information on how to be involved with our ministry! web page: Twitter: @TriangleCMF. Facebook: TCMF

Christian Legal Society at UNC-CH is a professional organization of Christian lawyers, judges, and law students who share a common interest in integrating their faith and the practice of law.  Contact: Anna Lineberger (

Student Faculty Christian Fellowship has the purpose “To provide an environment in which Christian students and faculty on the UNC campus can interact and dialogue about some of the more difficult topics affecting everyone. To provide Christian faculty a platform to share from their life journeys with the students, specifically sharing how the balance their academic disciplines and their faiths.”   Facebook page:

UNC Wesley Campus Ministry is a Spirit-led living and learning community that nurtures faith development and servant leaders: rooted in Jesus Christ, grounded in the Wesleyan tradition, and practicing radical hospitality.  Contact: David Horton (

InterVarsity Campus Ministry is a Christ-centered community that is authentic, missional & invitational. We believe that has God hard-wired us to be in authentic, holy relationships. God infuses those relationships with his grace to grow us up in faith, hope, and love. As we are transformed, God also invites us to be a part of his work of transforming the world.  Contact: Gregor Ruthven (

AlphaOmega Asian Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational fellowship composed of college students from UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University. Our vision statement: “We are a community united in Christ that seeks to impact students through authentic relationships and equipping each other to reach our campuses for Jesus Christ.”

God First Campus Ministry has the goal to defend / promote Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior (according to the Holy Bible) on college campuses. We hope college students will utilize “God First” principles in their endeavors, thus becoming productive people of character.  Contact: Daisy Mittman (

Every Nation Campus Ministries is excited about what God is doing at UNC, and we believe He has great plans for your life. Our goal is to provide support for students through the message of Jesus Christ and to help them grow in spiritual maturity and character. Web page:

Christians@Kenan-Flagler has the mission: “To have the people of Kenan-Flagler Business School personally consider Christ so that they might acknowledge His ownership, experience His power, and maximize His value.”  You can get connected to its undergrads, professors, and administrators who meet for lunch fellowships, prayer, and Bible studies.  Contact:

Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International. Student contact is Ruthanne Baird (

Know of another campus group?  Email with a link!