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A Message from Student Life: June 2, 2020

A Message from Student Life: June 2, 2020

Dear Huskies, HBU is an institution of learning.  However, learning without remembering and addressing history does little for being a part of God’s redemptive purpose. When we read a good history book about the last 100 years, much less the past 400 years, there is a great deal to be learned of how yesterday has …

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Meet the Student Success Coaches

Meet the Student Success Coaches

Meet the Student Success Coaches at HBU Students Success Coaches at HBU love work with your students during their first year.  They serve as advocates for their success, supports your student academically, spiritually, socially, and mentally and connects them to resources and the HBU community.  HBU Student Success Coaches are also academic advisors for different …

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Career and Calling

Career and Calling

The Office of Career and Calling at Houston Baptist University is the centralized career resource for all majors. We prepare all of our students for the World of Business beginning in the very first year of college, and the career coaching and developing of our students continues throughout the undergraduate years into graduate school and …

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Healthy Husky

Healthy Husky

My name is Cathe and I’m one of the trainers at the Bradshaw Fitness Center. I work with clients one-on-one and teach several group fitness classes. My specialties are working with the fascial and energy systems of the body and doing hands-on release. Whole-health is very important to me, personally, and my training philosophy revolves …

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Oscar Benitez.  Si Se Puede!

Oscar Benitez. Si Se Puede!

Soy un estudiante de pre medicina con aspiración a ser pediatra. Recibir la oportunidad de estudiar en España me ayudó a tener seguridad en la carrera que he elegido. Las prácticas en el hospital me permitieron sumergirme en el ambiente de la pediatría. Como resultado, esto me ha motivado a continuar con mis estudios para asi llegar a …

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Introduction to Spiritual Life and Discipleship at HBU

Introduction to Spiritual Life and Discipleship at HBU

We are excited for a new year in the Spiritual Life and Discipleship office. The mission of our Spiritual Life Department is to foster Christian community life and worship by creating experiences for students, faculty and staff in spiritual formation that will support the integration of faith and learning.  Kaleo Discipleship and Spiritual Life work …

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A Welcome from HBU’s President

A Welcome from HBU’s President

Welcome to the HBU family. Your student made a very important decision in choosing HBU for his or her experience in higher education.Education provides the opportunity for changing a life, and a Christian approach adds significant strength to education’s transforming power. Knowledge The HBU experience will help your student learn, that is, become aware of …

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Camp HBU 2019

Camp HBU 2019

Come EXPLORE with us this summer at Camp HBU 2019! Campers ages 10–15 will get a chance to feel like a real college student at Camp HBU. Campers will stay in freshman dorms, dine at the Baugh, and take classes taught by faculty, staff and student groups at the University. They will also get to …

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Little Things by Dr. Russell Hemati

Little Things by Dr. Russell Hemati

Finals season is about to begin. Today the campus coffee shop is full of anxious students, furtively looking through their notebooks, comparing with each other the details of some must-pass class. May 13th it will be silent. The dorms – usually bustling with activity – will trade the constant hum of students with stillness. Watching …

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Student Highlight of the Month: Sarah Smithson

Student Highlight of the Month: Sarah Smithson

Hello, everyone! My name is Sarah Smithson and I am a senior here at HBU, majoring in International Business. I am graduating in May and I could not be more thankful for my time here at HBU. When I first came to Houston Baptist University in 2015, I was completely unprepared for what was to …

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