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ETBU provides prospective students with opportunities to visit campus

October 16, 2020

ETBU provides prospective students with opportunities to visit campus

East Texas Baptist University hosted a group of prospective students and their families on Monday, October 12, for the first Preview Day of the 2020-2021 academic year. Students interested in attending ETBU can visit campus and receive a comprehensive overview of life at ETBU through admission and financial aid sessions, academic showcases, campus tours, student life panels, and a chapel worship service. For those who may have missed the chance to attend the October Preview Day, the University is hosting a Tiger Day coming up on Saturday, November 14, 2020.

ETBU’s School of Professional Studies finds home in recently renovated Robert E. Craig Hall

October 12, 2020

ETBU’s School of Professional Studies finds home in recently renovated Robert E. Craig Hall

At the start of the Fall 2020 semester, Robert E. Craig Hall, one of ETBU’s landmark buildings, was transformed into an award-winning, state-of-the-art learning facility that is now home to one of the University’s largest academic schools, the Frank S. Groner School of Professional Studies.

Two ETBU seniors recognized for Christian servant leadership

October 6, 2020

Two ETBU seniors recognized for Christian servant leadership

Two East Texas Baptist University students were recognized with the 2020 Riley Servant Leadership Award during chapel on Monday, October 5, for consistently displaying Christian servant leadership on campus and in the community. Seniors Emily Jones from Beaumont, Texas, and Mylan Shed from Teague, Texas, were honored by receiving the Bob and Gayle Riley Servant Leadership Award. ETBU President Emeritus Dr. Bob Riley and his wife, Gayle, attended and took part in the ceremony.

ETBU theatre looks to the light with performance of Wait Until Dark

October 1, 2020

ETBU theatre looks to the light with performance of 'Wait Until Dark'

East Texas Baptist University's School of Communications and Performing Arts lifted the curtain last weekend on their production of the classic Broadway thriller Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott. The 1966 play, turned into an Oscar-nominated film starring Audrey Hepburn, was directed in this iteration by ETBU Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Joshua Scott.