Student Services Committee
Enrich student life by fostering community among RTS students through campus events.
Great Commission Society
Cultivate a concern for making disciples of all nations and the work of missions among the peoples who have no access to the gospel.
RTS Women's Fellowship
Gather weekly 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.
Reformed Baptist Student Fellowship
The Reformed Baptist Student Fellowship exists to build community, to strengthen one another’s biblical convictions, and to help prepare students for ministry.
Amateur Theological Society
The Amateur Theological Society (ATS) seeks to promote academic excellence among the student body and prepare participants for vocational scholarship.
Search our database of vocational services where students can find opportunities to serve and work while in seminary.
There are many churches within a three-hour radius of RTS that are too small to afford a pastor, are between pastors, or need their pulpits filled when their pastor goes on vacation or gets sick. These churches rely on RTS students to fill their pulpits.
Ministry internships enable students to integrate classroom theory with practical hands-on experience through the pairing of experienced Christians with seminary students in ministry-based education. During the field education experience students learn about themselves and the ministry under the guidance of a trained supervisor.
The Reformed Theological Seminary Counseling Center is a clinic that offers individual, marital, and family therapy to the greater Jackson area. It operates as a ministry of Reformed Theological Seminary and serves as a clinical training facility for advanced graduate students in Counseling.
Student Health Insurance
As of January 1, 2019, the Affordable Care Act eliminated the Individual Mandate, which requires Americans to purchase a minimum level of health insurance coverage. There will no longer be a penalty for not having a minimum level of health insurance coverage. Due to the change in the Affordable Care Act, RTS no longer requires all full-time students (with one exception mentioned below) to show proof of major medical insurance.