Campus Activities

Our campus offers you ample room not only to diligently study God’s Word, but to foster authentic relationships with your professors and peers as well.

We celebrate holidays together as well host special seminars, dessert socials, guest lectures and other opportunities intentionally designed to help you engage with other students to laugh together, learn together, and worship our Lord together. Whether it’s a conversation at breakfast over a warm chicken biscuit at the local Chick-fil-A, the smiling face at the front door when you arrive on campus, or the genuine care and affection each of our students have for one another, the community at RTS Atlanta fosters an environment well-suited for both the rigorous study of God’s Word and the gracious application of that Word in relationship with like-minded brothers and sisters in Christ.

Student Organizations

Student Government

Get involved and enrich student lives primarily through facilitating social events that bring the RTS community together.

Small Groups

Gather with students and professors to spend time in prayer and study.

Women in Ministry

Gather monthly for teaching, training, fellowship, and prayer to fuel your effectiveness as you prepare for a life of meaningful ministry in your home, church, and community.

Housing

The Atlanta campus is strategically situated near two major freeways and nestled in the midst of 29 apartment complexes within a 3-mile radius.  This means students can access campus from virtually anywhere in the city in under 30 minutes or, if students desire to live near campus, they have a wealth of affordable options and amenities from which to choose.

Local Churches and Ministries

Atlanta is a city with ample ministry opportunities, many founded by native Atlantans who recognized the escalating problems caused by large urban development. There are not only urban and national ministry opportunities within which to serve His Kingdom, but also international missions agencies to explore a call to the unreached or de-Christianized. Atlanta also has more than 3,000 churches where students can worship and serve.