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Campus Ministries

Campus Ministries

Students at Erskine College benefit from a number of active campus ministries to promote their growth as whole persons, able to flourish spiritually, academically, and socially. Many students participate in a variety of Bible studies, mission trips, and community service projects during their years at Erskine. All students attend Chapel & Convocation events throughout each semester.

Pastor Josh Chiles, our campus chaplain, maintains an office in the Watkins Student Center and is available to advise, listen, and encourage all students throughout the school year.

For more information on Campus Ministry opportunities please contact the Office of Student Development or Pastor Chiles.

Josh Chiles


Fellowship of Christian Athletes is open to players, coaches, trainers, and others interested in sports in order to promote Christ on the campus and in the community. Club members enjoy fellowship with one another and being involved in community service projects.

Ben Hjalmer

FCA Area Director for the Lakelands


Welcome to Erskine College RUF! My wife and I attended Erskine College from 2003-2007 and were married the summer after graduating from here. Erskine College, and in particular, RUF at Erskine is a big part of our story both individually and together and we are excited to be back at Erskine ministering to students at Erskine in this role. Whether visiting Due West on a campus visit or preparing to come as a student, we would love to meet you and help you feel at home at Erskine, RUF, and in Due West. Go Flying Fleet!

Jonathan Cook

RUF Campus Minister


Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) is a place for college students in search of truth. You don’t have to be Baptist, or even Christian, to come to BCM. Everyone is welcome at BCM Bible studies, worship nights, and events.

Craig Scott

BCM Campus Minister


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Erskine College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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