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ETBU dives deeper into the benefits of studying humanities

January 21, 2021

ETBU dives deeper into the benefits of studying humanities

East Texas Baptist University’s School of Humanities seeks to communicate the practical application of its degree programs to prospective students. This year, the department added an Introduction to Law course to meet the needs of pre-law majors who are anxious about the transition from undergraduate studies to law school, and to provide a way for students interested in law to familiarize themselves with the profession in a more general way.

Snow Day

January 11, 2021

January 11 Operational Plan

All ETBU classes will meet via Zoom on Monday, January 11.

  • Campus offices will be closed.
  • Chapel will be held at 10 a.m. for for Monday Chapel campus residents.
  • On-campus critical care staff will report.
  • The Dining Hall, Dean Healthplex and Ornelas Student Center will be open.
bass fishing team

December 14, 2020

ETBU Bass Fishing receives 2020 Tackle Warehouse School of the Year Title

Earning the top title in collegiate fishing and making history at East Texas Baptist University, the Tiger Bass Fishing team was named the 2020 Tackle Warehouse School of the Year on Monday, December 14, by Fishing League Worldwide (FLW). This title annually goes to the school with the highest year-end point total at the completion of the regular Abu Garcia College Fishing season presented by YETI. Points are awarded to the top two finishing teams from each school that competes in an FLW College Fishing tournament.

ETBU celebrates Fall 2020 graduates at commencement services

December 5, 2020

ETBU CELEBRATES FALL 2020 GRADUATES AT COMMENCEMENT SERVICES

East Texas Baptist University’s December 2020 graduates were recognized on Saturday, December 5, during two commencement ceremonies at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. ETBU President J. Blair Blackburn presided over the socially-distanced ceremonies as 104 students received undergraduate degrees and 26 earned graduate degrees, for a total of 130 graduates. Students were allowed to choose their participation style, either “in-person” or “virtual” at the celebratory worship services.