BJU’s front campus will be filled with Christmas cheer tonight as the university family and guests from the community join to sing carols and watch tens of thousands of Christmas lights illuminate campus during the University’s annual Christmas Lighting Ceremony.
Over the past few weeks, the Student Leadership Council has been directing the Giving Tree project, a charity allowing students to donate gifts to underprivileged members of the community this Christmas season.
Christmas Carol Sing & Lighting, Symphonic Wind Band Concert, Ice Skating, Chamber Singers, Advent Organ Recital and Preregistration Period Closes.
After the Christmas Lighting Ceremony rings in the start of the Christmas season on campus, WBJU will once again host its traditional Christmas broadcast in the Snack Shop from 7 to 10 p.m.
The BJU members of the South Carolina Student Legislature organization recently received three awards at the fall session of legislation, held from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, including the Best Mid-Sized Delegation award.
Forty years ago this week, one of the most iconic and most frequently used buildings on campus was dedicated after two and a half years of construction.
Before entering Thanksgiving Break, the university family will join together in a service of praise during the chapel hour on Monday, Nov. 25.
Concert Band, Turkey Bowl 5K, Turkey Bowl Festivities, Thanksgiving Praise Service, Preregistration Period opens and Chamber String Orchestra.
Bob Jones University, North Greenville University and Furman University each held blood drives in October in an effort to serve the Greenville community and to engage in friendly competition. BJU surpassed its donation goals and earned the highest percentage of student body participation.
Members of the BJU community will have the opportunity to run in the 27th annual Turkey Bowl 5K next Saturday, continuing the tradition of running a race on the weekend before Thanksgiving week.