You may notice a few people pulling out a campus map today as BJU welcomes students for Preview Day — a day the University gears toward local prospective students in the Greenville area. Students who attend Preview Day can visit classes, tour the campus, meet faculty and meet with an admission counselor. The goal for
Bible Conference 2015 will be held Monday through Friday next week and will feature a theme: “He comes in the storm,” taken from Mark 6. Many of the messages will deal with themes such as how God works and comforts during difficult times and trials. Karissa Moeller, a freshman biblical counseling major, said the theme
The fundraising efforts for Bible Conference 2015 will go toward three different types of ministries: Bible translation, church planting and a business venture in a restricted access nation. These fundraising efforts tie in with the theme for this year’s Bible Conference: “Gospel Advance.” Dr. Pettit wanted to change the focus of the offering to ministry
Registration for summer classes is just around the corner, but one thing is different about BJU’s summer school this year. Beginning this summer, all undergrad classes offered for the summer will be online. With the decline of undergraduate students enrolling in summer classes on campus and the growing interest in taking classes online, all of
The Center for Leadership Development will host its second Outdoor Leadership Experience May 10-15 with a four-day, three-night hike through the Foothills trail that runs across the Carolinas. Led by Dr. Ryan Meers, director of the Center for Leadership Development and chair of the Division of Communication, along with assistants Mr. Matthew Weathers and Mr.
The BJU Symphony Orchestra, in collaboration with the BJU voice department, will present a concert titled “In Celebration of Song,” featuring several opera scenes as well as several Broadway tunes, tonight at 7 in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Because BJU is not producing an opera this year, Dr. Michael Moore, director of the BJU Symphony Orchestra, was
Have you ever wondered why crickets chirp at night? What about how dolphins are trained to do tricks? If so, you might be interested in the new zoology and wildlife class, Animal Behavior, taught for the first time this semester by associate biology professor Dr. Chris Carmichael. Carmichael, who said he has had a love