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ETBU students enjoy fellowship together in downtown Marshall

January 26, 2019

ETBU celebrates continuous growing enrollment for the Spring 2019 semester

East Texas Baptist University has a total Spring 2019 enrollment of 1,398 students, an almost two percent increase from Spring 2018. Graduate enrollment has grown more than four percent from Fall 2018.  The University maintains a high undergraduate student retention rate of 88 percent. The University’s collaborative student learning-centered, retention initiatives have led to a unified and strengthened campus community for an overall enriched Christ-centered college experience for all students.

East Texas Baptist University hosted prospective students and their families on campus for Preview Day on Monday, October 8. The event provided a comprehensive overview of life at ETBU through informational sessions, campus tours, an academic showcase, a student panel, and chapel service.

October 10, 2018

ETBU welcomes prospective students on campus for Preview Day

East Texas Baptist University hosted more than 105 guests on campus for Preview Day on Monday, October 8. Prospective students and their families received a comprehensive overview of life at ETBU through informational sessions, an academic showcase, a campus tour, student panel, and chapel. During the service, ETBU Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Thomas Sanders emphasized that God calls all of His people to service.

Students taking notes during the Calling Conference

October 5, 2018

ETBU empowers students through the Calling Conference

East Texas Baptist University hosted the fourth annual Calling Conference on Wednesday, September 26 for ETBU students exploring vocational ministry. The half-day conference equipped students with an in-depth understanding of specific callings by providing opportunities to hear from and dialogue with experienced ministry professionals.

Tiger Camp 17

August 1, 2017

ETBU freshmen get acquainted with campus during Tiger Camp in Marshall

East Texas Baptist University incoming freshmen and transferring freshmen got rowdy on Monday during the fourth annual Tiger Camp's recreation time where they played water games and sports.

Tiger Camp, which kicked off on Sunday evening and runs through Wednesday afternoon, allows all of the university's new freshmen to spend a few days on campus getting a taste of college life and meeting their fellow classmates, the university's Vice President of Student Affairs Heather Hadlock said on Monday.