TEXAS BAPTIST STUDENT MINISTRY

Where you connect in your first few days, weeks, and months of college can have a major impact on your college experience.

We want to help you connect quickly with people who will make your college experience one filled with purpose, joy, adventure, and great friendships.

For many students, BSM becomes that "home away from home," a place to meet great friends and be challenged to live and share Christ during your college years.

BSM is a student-led organization that provides opportunities for spiritual growth, making friends, leadership, service, and missions. We have everything from big events with hundreds of people, to small groups and one-on-one mentoring, so there is a place that is just right for you.

Here are just a few of the things you can experience with BSM:

food, coffee, wifi, friends, free lunch, worship, fellowship, leadership, discipleship, retreats, local and global mission experiences, small group Bible studies, large group meetings, and more.

Find your school and get connected!

What people are saying

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Billy Williams

BSM University of Texas Tyler

The BSM has given me practical ways to grow spiritually and become a more focused Christian.

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Kaley Grace Dowell

BSM Tarleton State University

Getting involved with a local BSM or local church is so important because it gives you a community of believers who can build you up and teach you things that you didn't know you needed to know. The BSM is where I learned how important it is to read your Bible and spend time with God.

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Jennyfer Cardenas

BSM Tyler Junior College

I love the BSM. However, I believe the most important place to get involved is with a church. The body of the church is there to keep you accountable, to lift you up and give you a community to grow alongside. My church loves fellowship and getting to know each other. They help me grow spiritually with classes and small groups. They are Christ centered. They keep me plugged in to the word and it has become a home to me.