We hope that you will enjoy the events that will take place on campus this weekend.
Friday evening at 7 – The Concert Choir will present their annual fall recital in War Memorial Chapel.
Friday and Saturday evening at 8 in Rodeheaver Auditorium – Don’t miss the play A Murder is Announced directed by Lydia Stewart.
Attire for both events is class dress.
Our first Concert, Opera & Drama Series program of the year. The Symphonic Wind Band presents TROMBONANZA! with guest artist Matthew Vaughn. The program is on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Tickets are provided without charge to all BJU students. Please note that undergraduate students taking six or more credit hours are expected to attend all Concert, Opera & Drama Series programs.
If you have regularly scheduled work or an outreach ministry, 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
Finally, don’t forget the dessert social sponsored by SLC following the program until 10:50 p.m. in Rodeheaver lobby. Cheesecake and coffee will be served, and there will be chocolate fountains too. Tickets available soon: $5 per person or 2 for $8.
Daylight Saving Time ends November 1. Remember to set your clock back an hour before you go to bed Saturday night.
Each year the Center for Leadership Development is invited to bring a delegation of student leaders to participate in leadership conferences around the nation. If you would like to be considered as a participant in one of the conferences listed below, please complete the online application by Nov. 30.
South Carolina Student Leadership Forum (Jan. 15-17)
United States Naval Academy Leadership Conference (Jan. 24-27)
United States Air Force Academy National Character and Leadership Symposium (Feb. 24-27)
University of South Carolina Student Leadership and Diversity Conference (Feb. 6)
Citadel Leadership Conference (Spring 2016)
Explore the many opportunities and learn more about missions during Missions Emphasis Week. Special events will include:
- Mission Displays: Over 125 mission board representatives will be available to discuss opportunities for summer, short-term or career missions.
- Missions Advance: Special speakers Monday and Thursday at 9 p.m. in Levinson Hall
- Special Topics with Mission Representatives: Students with free hours are invited to hear various mission representatives who have been scheduled to speak in a variety of classes.
Pray concerning what involvement with missions the Lord would have for you. See the Missions Emphasis Week webpage for more information.