Financial Clearance Process Changes

Starting in the summer semester, the Student Accounts office will implement new policies regarding the financial clearance deadlines and other office procedures. Financial clearance, according to Student Accounts, is a status that indicates a student has completed payment arrangements through an ‘approved payment option’ to cover all tuition and fee charges for the semester. A […]

Homecoming Hits the Block

Billboards, posters, banners and even a Facebook page have been drawing the California Baptist University and Riverside community to the Homecoming Block Party set for Feb. 11 and 12. At CBU, homecoming takes place in February in order to kick off the basketball season, whereas at most schools homecoming takes place at the beginning of […]


The epidemic is everywhere. The symptoms are described as: lack of enthusiasm, extremely busy schedule, fear of paying off debt, carelessness and merely awaiting graduation. Diagnosis: senioritis. While many prepare their resumes, build their experiences and plan their future careers after graduation, others just sit there, wait for everything to slow down and for them […]

Beauty recognized by Riverside

The Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful (KRCB) organization recognized California Baptist University again for the fourth time in the last 10 years for the school’s appearance. Mayor Ron Loveridge presented CBU with the 2011 KRCB Beautification First Place Award during the annual State of the City Address luncheon on Jan. 21. Mark Howe, CBU vice […]

Helping ministry close to home

California Baptist University’s Office of Spiritual Life offers students the opportunity to turn a weekend into a time of service through Urban Excursion. “It provides opportunity for students to serve in ministry in an urban setting and gives exposure to a variety of ministries taking place,” Brett Vowell, director of chapel and compassion ministries, said. […]

News Briefs Feb. 11, 2011

LANCER 5000 California Baptist University’s Cross Country and Track programs are hosting the Lancer 5000 during the Homecoming weekend. The race will be held Feb. 12, with registration and bib pick-up starting at 6 a.m. and the race beginning at 8 a.m. The cost is $25 and $10 for CBU students. Proceeds from race will […]

Seniors leave a road to follow

Anyone who walks around California Baptist University will see senior class gifts from years past. These gifts include renovations to the James Building, barbecue pits, benches and bronze statues. The senior class of 2011 voted in November 2010 to tear down a wall in the University Place Apartments to create a path that would lead […]

Higher Education Deviation

It has been less than a month since Jerry Brown’s inauguration as California’s governor and tackling the state budget has been his first act as governor. Every year the governor and the legislatures collaborate to pass a state budget that decides how our taxes will be spent on services such as education, the environment and […]