Judging by the number of you who have not checked your campus post office box since the beginning of the semester, the campus post office is beginning to wonder if you know that you have a post office box. Some of you have quite a bit of mail and even packages waiting for you. Please check your box every few days (at least once a week!) and check your BJU e-mail regularly to know if any packages are being held for you. The post office staff will greatly appreciate it. By the way, if you do not know your post office box number or the combination, the staff at the post office will be happy to assist you.
Dr. Newton, Dean of Students, gives us a helpful and quick overview (47 seconds!) of the Christian Growth Assessment–its purpose, value, and the philosophy behind why BJU uses it as a discipleship tool.
Each semester every student completes a Christian Growth Assessment. This is a tool to help you as you prayerfully evaluate your walk with the Lord.
Our first Concert, Opera & Drama Series program of the year, the BJU Symphony Orchestra with guest artist David Kim, is Thursday, Oct. 2. Tickets are provided without charge to all BJU students. Please note that graduate and undergraduate students taking six or more credit hours are expected to attend all of the Concert, Opera & Drama Series programs.
If you have regularly scheduled work or outreach ministry during every performance, you will need to submit a DE-2 form. The DE-2 form is available on the Avenue. Keep in mind that if you revise a form that has already been approved, you will need to submit an entirely new request. The new request will replace your original request, not add to it, so be sure to fill out the new form completely. Click here for additional information
And don’t forget the dessert social sponsored by SLC following the program until 10:50 p.m. Cheesecake with toppings and coffee will be served in the Riley Room of the Student Center: $2 per person.