The Adventist Students Association is a network of Seventh-day Adventist tertiary student groups through out the South Pacific Division with a passion for sharing God at their local tertiary campus.
Adventist Students Association (ASA) is the term used in the South Pacific Division whereas the name Public Campus Ministries (PCM) is used globally.
Adventist Student Associations in the South Pacific are on individual campuses or across a city. Connect with your local chapter on Facebook or contact your local mission/conference Youth Department.
News, Resources and Information
Visit the General Conference Public Campus Ministries website.
You can subscribe, link to social media accounts, and register to join the movement of PCM on campus. Additional resources are available to download from the site.
Read Articles, Connect and Discuss with other Adventist tertiary students and young adults from around the world. The Dialogue website, contains articles from College and University Dialogue, a magazine for Seventh-day Adventist university students and young professionals. Also available as an app from the App Store or Google Play.
College and University Dialogue is an international journal of faith, thought, and action published by the Committee on Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) in cooperation with the 13 world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and in partnership with Public Campus Ministries (PCM).
It’s mission is to nurture an intelligent, living faith; deepen the readers’ commitment to Christ, the Bible, and Adventist mission; articulate biblical responses to contemporary issues in the arts, humanities, philosophy, religion, and the sciences; and offer practical models of Christian service and outreach.
Global PCM Weekend
Plan a local event for Global PCM Weekend
We encourage each local church to involve tertiary students and young adults in presenting the service and leading out in other church, outreach or community service activities over this weekend.
This is a great opportunity to connect with Adventist students who don’t regularly attend church or invite other students to attend an Adventist church. Regardless what the program is, or whether it is held on campus or in a church the focus is on fostering involvement and creating connections between young people and the church.