Student Life

Join a Community Where Spiritual Growth Matters

Boyce is committed to creating a gospel-centered environment in which you can grow spiritually.


Rather than focusing on external actions, Boyce College seeks to transform the inner person through love for Christ and others.


Boyce College cultivates an atmosphere of openness, confession, repentance, and restoration.


Boyce College believes that holy and loving relationships are evidence of spiritual maturity and instruments of spiritual growth.


Since the church is the body of Christ on earth, the student body needs to be a community that values the local church.

Student Events That Build Lifelong Relationships

Events on campus are designed to help you and your classmates build friendships that will encourage you for a lifetime.

Dorm Meeting

Dorm Meeting

A weekly time for Boyce students to worship and hear from the Word.

Fall Festival

One of the highlights of the year for everyone in the Southern Seminary and Boyce College community.

Back-to-School Bash

Make some new friends during this annual event celebrating the new semester.

1937 Project

Every year, Boyce students go out into the Louisville community for a service day.

Big Show

An annual talent show where you’ll see the sides of your friends and classmates you don’t see very often.

God’s Glory.
That’s Boyce Athletics.

Residential Life Grounded in Discipleship

Setting the scene for deep and rich community

Mullins Complex

The Mullins Complex provides state-of-the-art housing for both men and women. The typical suite houses two to six students, and most suites include a common kitchenette and dining area, lounge and TV space, and one or two bathrooms.

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Fuller Hall

Home to female Boyce College students, Fuller Hall was renovated in the spring of 2018 and features a popular lounge on the first floor. It is a suite-style dorm with a common kitchenette and bathroom shared by two to four students.

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“ I’m most thankful for the community, the connections, and resources that I know, without a doubt, I will have for a lifetime. ”

Hannah Baugh,
Biblical Counseling
Star City, Arkansas

“ The most fulfilling aspect about being a part of this community is being able to imitate others as they imitate Christ. ”

Carey Johnson,
Seminary Track
Sharpsburg, Georgia
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Start your journey to becoming #BoyceBound.