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Preparing Students for a Life and Career of Wellness

Research has shown that college students tend to be unhealthier when they leave college than when they entered. Southern Adventist University is actively fighting that statistic, helping students at the very least maintain their level of fitness over the four years of college. Data shows that the program is working.

Together, University Community Exceeds Service Goal

With a goal of collecting 125,000 hours of service in 2017, Southern’s good-hearted extended family not only met that goal but surpassed it with 164,148 hours logged.

Southern Nursing Professors Part of Trailblazing Group

Two Southern Adventist University nursing professors were part of the first group of medical professionals in the world to earn board certification in the field of lifestyle medicine.

Southern's Choral Ensembles Perform in Historic Tivoli Theater

Southern Adventist University’s Bel Canto and Die Meistersinger choirs collaborated with the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera (CSO) Chorus to perform Francis Poulenc’s Gloria on October 19 in downtown Chattanooga’s historic Tivoli Theater.

President's Gala Increases Scholarships

On October 5, community leaders, friends of Southern Adventist University, and university employees and students came together to honor servant leaders during the President’s Gala. President David Smith, PhD, hosted the event, recognizing three outstanding individuals from the Chattanooga area for their servant leadership.

Southern Introduces New Mini Library on Campus

This summer Southern Adventist University introduced a free mini library on campus, providing convenient access to books along the promenade and an opportunity for students, employees, and community members to read more this school year. McKee Library partnered with Little Free Libraries to make this project possible.