Your Student’s Success & YOU: October Edition

Do you ever get the idea that your student may not be organized enough for college? HBU offers help for that! Encourage your student to 1) make an appointment with an Academic Coach and 2) schedule regular visits with their Success Coach. All freshmen are assigned a Success Coach, and any interested student can request …

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Spiritual Life On Campus: Refuge and Focus

HBU has always recognized that our students have talents that go far beyond the knowledge and skills of the classroom. There are many clubs and organizations that are prime examples of students using their talents and abilities in ways that benefit the campus, the community, and glorify God. A powerful expression of HBU’s desire creatively …

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Career and Calling: Things You Need To Know In October

The Office of Career and Calling has designed the Community Internship Program to contribute to the professional development of HBU students. In addition, companies use Internships as a means of filling entry-level roles with students who have already been trained and are ready to engage as a valuable employee. We have put processes in place …

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Student Highlight of the Month: Dailyn Coffey

Dailyn Coffey is a junior at Houston Baptist University pursuing a degree in Elementary Education. Dailyn has been involved in multiple organizations on campus, including serving this year as our Student Programming Board President.  “HBU is my second home. My heart most definitely belongs to HBU. Being a military child has its ups and down. …

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Somos HBU Padres: HACU

Sabía usted que HBU es miembro de HACU la cual es la ASOCIACIÓN HISPANA DE COLEGIOS Y UNIVERSIDADES?  La Asociación Hispana de Colegios y Universidades (HACU) se estableció en 1986 con una membresía fundadora de dieciocho instituciones. Debido al liderazgo ejemplar de HACU en nombre de la población más joven y de más rápido crecimiento de la nación, la Asociación creció rápidamente en …

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Faculty/Staff Highlight: Tyler McNabb, PhD.

When I was 16, I had existential crisis. For the first time in my life, I debated on becoming an atheist. I was becoming more increasingly convinced that there were no good arguments for the existence of a loving God. One night, I got tired of worrying. After reflecting hard on how I would live …

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