Early in 1883, several Chicago residents began meeting weekly with Dryer to pray that Moody would return to Chicago and develop the new school. During a Jan. 22, 1886 meeting in Chicago to discuss city evangelization, the subject of a training school again came up. By this time Dryer's persistent message had taken hold in Moody's heart.
In keeping with the mission statement and philosophy of the Undergraduate School, the following values provide a framework for the student educational experience and a basis for assessing student progress.
In Chicago, students live in on-campus residence halls together, fostering community through caring relationships, leadership and mentoring opportunities, shared ministry calling and everyday encouragement to seek Christ.
The Crowell Library holds approximately 216,318 items in about 12 collections, including Curriculum Lab and Juvenile Books, Main Stacks, Media/Music Library, Journals, Pamphlets and Clippings, Reference and Reserves.
Moody Bible Institute's main undergraduate campus is located in the heart of the diverse, global city of Chicago. With nearly 2.7 million people from all walks of life and economic backgrounds residing in the nation's third largest city, Moody students have a fertile mission field at their doorstep.
The Solheim Center is our world-class indoor athletic facility. For outdoor activities, Moody also houses an on-campus soccer field, softball field, and tennis courts.