BJU Nursing Student

The nursing program at Bob Jones University has been granted accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as an approved accrediting agency, CCNE is an independent organization which exists to ensure high standards, overall quality and continuous improvement of baccalaureate, graduate, and residency programs of nursing in the United States.

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Bob Jones University will host the annual High School Festival & Preaching and Teaching Conference Monday, Nov. 4, through Thursday, Nov. 7, on the BJU campus.

“We are pleased to welcome talented high school students from across the country to BJU,” said BJU President Steve Pettit. “High School Festival participants receive valuable feedback from our dedicated faculty and learn how to successfully navigate the opportunities and challenges of a national competition setting.”

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National Dance Company of Siberia

Bob Jones University will present the Krasnoyarsk National Dance Company of Siberia Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium.

Founded in 1960 by Soviet dancer and choreographer Mikhail Godenko, the large troupe employs a combination of costuming, native instruments and masterful choreography to communicate the vibrant spirit of the Siberian people and their rich heritage to audiences around the globe. The athleticism and gracefulness of the dancers has been noted in numerous publications. The group has performed in over 60 countries. This will be their first performance at BJU.

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From left: NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., NGU Board of Trustees Chair David Charpia, Dr. Betty Jo Craft, and NGU First Lady Lisa Fant.
From left: NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., NGU Board of Trustees Chair David Charpia, Dr. Betty Jo Craft, and NGU First Lady Lisa Fant.

Tigerville, SC – The North Greenville University (NGU) Board of Trustees held their fall meeting on Thursday, Oct. 24. After an operational and financial review of NGU and its academic, business, and strategic initiatives; several items were approved, including:

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The following statement was released by Bob Jones University regarding two students who were lost in the Jones Gap area. The statement may be attributed to BJU Chief of Staff Randy Page:

“We are thankful that the two students who were missing in the Jones Gap area have been found and are in good health. Bob Jones University deeply appreciates the incredible response from law enforcement and the search teams from North and South Carolina that assisted in the search for these students.”

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Pictured above are GLA’s Program Managers, Program Director, and Executive Director with their SC Office of Adult Education awards. Back row, L to R: Program Manager Caroline Bishop, Program Manager Harriet Withers, ESL Lead Heidy Arroyave, College and Career Readiness Counselor Susan Looper, ABE and Digital Literacy Lead Michelle Irby. Front row, L to R: Data Manager Jennifer Machuca, Program Director Elizabeth Roser, Executive Director John Jaraczewski, and Program Manager Benedicte Eades.
Pictured above are GLA’s Program Managers, Program Director, and Executive Director with their SC Office of Adult Education awards. Back row, L to R: Program Manager Caroline Bishop, Program Manager Harriet Withers, ESL Lead Heidy Arroyave, College and Career Readiness Counselor Susan Looper, ABE and Digital Literacy Lead Michelle Irby. Front row, L to R: Data Manager Jennifer Machuca, Program Director Elizabeth Roser, Executive Director John Jaraczewski, and Program Manager Benedicte Eades.

Greenville Literacy Association has earned three awards from the South Carolina Department of Education Office of Adult Education in recognition of meeting or exceeding student performance measures during the 2018-2019 academic year.

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The following statement was released by Bob Jones University regarding two students who are currently lost in the Jones Gap area. The statement may be attributed to BJU Chief of Staff Randy Page:

“Bob Jones University was notified late last night that two University students who went hiking yesterday in the Jones Gap area have not returned and are considered missing. Parents of both students have been notified. Authorities are searching the area. Our thoughts and prayers are with these students and we trust they will be located safely and quickly.”

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