School of Christian Studies
HPU’s Christian studies programs serve to train Christian students to be equipped to fulfill the command of Jesus Christ to make disciples of all nations and to teach them what He commanded.
Ministerial Alliance – Students who receive the ministerial scholarship from the Baptist General Convention of Texas actively participate in the Ministerial Alliance (M.A.). The M.A. organization provides ministerial students with a group to strengthen, train, and prepare them as individual ministers. It also helps students build connections which will be beneficial throughout their ministries. Contact the School of Christian Studies for more information.
Appointed — The Appointed organization strives to encourage ministry-driven women by sharing resources and discussing the unique roles of women in ministry. To learn more, e-mail Amy Pitman, chapter sponsor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students applying for admission to the School of Christian Studies may also choose to apply for admission to the Guy D. Newman Honors Academy. Providing an innovative approach to the academic program, the Academy enables students to combine their specialized major with coursework grounded in an understanding of the American free enterprise system.