Monthly Archives: January 2016

Career Fair Wednesday


Dixon-McKenzie Dining Common, Davis Room

Over 50 employers (and a couple of graduate schools) will be on campus to meet you! If you’re looking for a part-time job, an internship, a job after graduation or just wanting to polish your networking skills, come to the Career Fair. Build your professional network as you interact with employers and learn about their companies and opportunities. Bring your resume!

Visit the Career Fair page to see who will be here, and download the Career Fair app for easy access to the most up-to-date information. Create your personalized “to-do list” of employers you want to visit and view the display map and tips on preparing for the event. Note:  Only a limited number of app downloads are available.

Sponsored by Career Services.


Quick update on upcoming events

This week seems to be zooming by! Get ready for the upcoming events and activities!

Theatre Arts Bake Off starts today! (Wednesday, January 20)

Everyone is invited to be involved in either writing or producing original plays or just attending a performance. The original plays will be performed in Stratton Hall on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will be $2 at the door. Check out the website for more information.

Chapel tomorrow–

We are looking forward to split chapels on Thursday.

Men – Rodeheaver Auditorium with Mr. Jon Daulton
Women – Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium with Mrs. Amy Johnson

Society meetings on Friday—Look for new students who might be checking out your society. New students make their final decision Friday afternoon in The Den.

Bruins Basketball–

Saturday, January 23:  Men’s home basketball vs Warren Wilson College at 4 p.m. Come support the team!

Tuesday, January 26:  Women’s home basketball vs Warren Wilson College at 5:30 followed by the men’s game against North Greenville University at 7:30.

The Creed–

Next Monday and Tuesday (January 25-26) all students write the creed in Bible class! Stop by to rehearse it with us!

We are eager to serve and help you get connected to life at BJU. Contact us with any questions!

Stephen Wetterlund and Jen Cox

To explain the delay

Student Life & Discipleship has received a number of questions from day students about why their DS-5 chapel/society exemption forms have not yet been approved.  These forms will be approved after drop/add, when everyone’s schedule is finalized.  In the meantime, if your request falls within the guidelines stated on the DS-5 form, your absences will be excused when your DS-5 form is approved.  If you have questions about chapel attendance expectations, please review the information here.  The majority of forms that have been submitted will be reviewed by Wednesday morning.