OPS, division expansion

First came eight tracks, then cassettes, CDs and now MP3s. The music stays the same but the medium changes. David Poole, vice president for Online and Professional Studies used this example to show California Baptist University undertaking for the OPS division which is under his leadership. OPS is a new division at CBU which provides […]

Catalog Changes

California Baptist University students can choose from three new majors this fall. After several years of offering a Film Studies Minor, the Department of Modern Languages and Literature has added a Film Studies major. The major offers three concentrations: film analysis, screen writing and film production. “Film studies majors learn to read and write effectively […]

New kids on the block

California Baptist University overflowed with new students on the first day of orientation on Aug. 25. Despite the tears of sadness as students said goodbye to their parents, the spiritual atmosphere created by the CBU student leaders and faculty provided an enjoyable experience for all. With all of the information sessions about the CBU culture […]

CBU Welcomes The Class of 2014

California Baptist University staff and faculty welcomed close to one hundred incoming students and their families Aug. 6 to the pre-orientation event, Step Ahead. Step Ahead is a day long event where students can register for classes, attend various info sessions and tour the campus before coming to orientation. They also get a free meal […]

Accreditation Granted for 10 Years

The 2010-2011 school year holds a new milestone for California Baptist University. After visiting the school last semester, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges granted CBU accreditation reaffirmation for 10 years, the maximum that they give out and the maximum that CBU has ever received. The WASC commission was formed in 1962 to promote […]

New budget threatens financial aid

Questions arise over financial aid programs as both the state and federal Congress push to pass their budgets with limited funds and abundant expenditures. The delay of the passing the California budget brings concern to college students – Cal Grants could possibly be cut within the next years. A new bill that changed some requirements […]

Recycle, Reuse, Re-tire

Riverside Public Works Department was awarded a Rubberized Asphalt Concrete Grant by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, CalRecycle. Riverside will be given $5 per ton of RAC up to $236,000 to be used on approved projects. Currently, there are eight projects on streets of Riverside using this funding. There is 61,892 tons […]

Seniors perform for the last time

The end of the year draws near and seniors are preparing themselves for the next steps of life. Theater seniors are no different. This year they are ending this year with a Shakespeare classic.Along with fellow cast and crew, the California Baptist University theater program, under the direction of Krista Jo Miller, director of the […]