Membership in the Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society is the highest academic award bestowed by Central Baptist College. Membership is open to the top 10 percent of the junior and senior classes.
Central Baptist College recognizes the value of wholesome athletic and recreational activity. Both intercollegiate and intramural athletics are a part of the campus program. The institution participates in the following intercollegiate athletic programs: men's basketball, baseball, golf, cross country, soccer and wrestling; women's basketball, golf, volleyball, softball, cross country, and soccer.
This group of student musicians is very involved in student recruiting and public relations for Central Baptist College. Membership is by audition.
The choir presents concerts throughout Arkansas and the region of southern states, performing at churches and schools, with a repertoire of contemporary and traditional music. Membership is by audition and space available. Students receive 1-hour of credit for participation.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
FCA promotes fellowship and spiritual growth for athletes and others who are interested in participating.
Membership in the Handbell Choir is open to all students. The Handbell Choir travels locally to churches and schools. Students receive 1-hour of credit for participation.
Horizon Business Association
The Horizon Business Association was founded in 2006. Its mission is to equip members with an appreciation and practical understanding of business and business-related issues through emphasis on God's Word.
Our members can anticipate field trips to a variety of locations to see how business really works. They also enjoy interesting guest speakers, business simulations and other activities that strengthen one's business education.
Medical Professions Society
The Medical Professions Society is an organization that unites the diverse pre-professional health occupation students of Central Baptist College. The organization is driven by the spirit of humanitarianism, volunteerism, and the drive to bring comfort and healing to all through the power of God as He leads students into various medical professional interests.
Commonly referred to as "MAs," this group was organized in 1953 for the purpose of providing fellowship, inspiration, encouragement, and opportunities for ministry. Membership is composed of ministerial students and faculty. Bi-monthly meetings are held at announced times, usually the second and fourth Fridays of each month at 12:25.
Pi Lambda is a student service organization established in 2007 to provide opportunities for service and to encourage a lifestyle of service among students at CBC. Their motto is James 1:22, "Be doers of the word and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves." Pi Lambda is open to all students who are interested in putting their faith into practice by serving others.
President's Leadership Council
President's Leadership Council is comprised of 12 students who are selected based on their current leadership ability and future leadership potential. All members must have completed at least 45 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. Members meet monthly and participate in a leadership training program conducted by the college President and Vice President for Advancement. PLC members also serve as official ambassadors of the college at special events. Membership is by invitation only.
Student Activities Board
The Central Baptist College Student Activities Board (SAB) strives to engage the college community by developing programs that entertain, educate, and enrich the spiritual and social lives of students. Members are committed to providing a variety of recreational activities in a welcoming environment, are given the opportunity to achieve personal growth, develop leadership skills, and build new relationships.
Student Orientation Staff
The Student Orientation Staff (SOS) is comprised of four team leaders and approximately 24 staff members. SOS assists the Orientation Coordinator with orientation activities including Orientation & Priority Registration and Welcome Week. Staff is selected during the spring semester through an application and selection process.
Students interested in writing, editing, design, photography, and advertising have the opportunity to work on the Tower Times newspaper or the Carillon yearbook. Both publications are completely student produced with input from a faculty adviser.
The Tower Times is a public forum and keeps the campus informed of news and viewpoints of interest to students. The Carillon provides a complete record of campus events to capture the uniqueness of the year.
Staffs of both publications attend state and national conferences and compete for awards in writing, design and photography. The Tower Times and Carillon office is JC 127 in the Cooper Complex. Any student may join either staff, whether or not they have prior experience.
Tribes and Tongues International Club
The Tribes and Tongues International Club strives to enrich the lives of all students from diverse backgrounds and to encourage their participation in campus activities.