Student Mobilization

Student Mobilization on College Campuses


Student Mobilization (StuMo) is a non-profit, college campus organization that exists to build spiritual leaders for Christ from the college campuses of the world. Our passion is to build up student laborers into future leaders. The students of today will be tomorrow’s business men and women, church leaders, missionaries, educators, community leaders and parents. Our desire is to equip them to live for Christ wherever they may go.

StuMo is currently active in eighteen campuses across the Ozark, Heartland and Red River regions of our nation including the states of Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas. Coming soon are Arizona, Arizona State and Colorado State.

Craig Strickland was very active in StuMo while attending the University of Arkansas from 2008-2010. He established countless relationships and made many memories. As a student Craig attended the weekly services on campus, the winter SMC conferences and the summer Kaleo program. After graduation Craig’s band, Backroad Anthem, performed at the SMC conference in 2015 and was scheduled to headline the winter conference in 2016.

The Craig Strickland Foundation will help assist young StuMo staff members with fund raising awards for the school year. Also, the Foundation will award SMC Conference scholarships for the winter conference.