About Upper Midwest HERC
Upper Midwest HERC
About Upper Midwest HERC
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Missouri Baptist University is a Christ-centered university located in Saint Louis. MBU offers more than 40 undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees in education, business and religion and its new terminal degree, the Doctor of Education. In addition to its 66-acre West St. Louis County campus, MBU offers degree programs at 10 regional learning centers throughout Saint Louis, in Southern Illinois and online.
At MBU, students grow through a rewarding, versatile experience that extends far past the classroom.
Student Life molds leaders through a holistic approach that includes everything from student government to cultural getaways to Chicago. It starts the moment you start at this University with the integration of the First Year Experience and doesn’t end until you walk across the commencement stage.
Our goal is simple: to equip you with the tools to become a lifelong leader and have an unforgettable time in the process. It’s about Shining On.
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MISSOURI BAPTIST UNIVERSITY’S COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY
Missouri Baptist University is committed to maintaining a community that recognizes and values the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Missouri Baptist University affirms that an important part of the integration of faith and learning is the recognition that all people are created in the image of God and worthy of respect and dignity. We seek to ensure that all students have full access to the educational, social, and spiritual growth opportunities that the University provides to ensure that students understand and appreciate one of the University’s core values which is “social change through service and leadership.”
Through its curricula and classroom experiences, the university seeks to develop and nurture diversity because it strengthens the organization, promotes creative problem solving, and enriches us all.
The goal is to present materials and activities that are respectful of diverse groups including, but not limited to, race, gender, color, national or ethnic origin, age, qualified disability, military service, learning differences, or socioeconomic status.
MBU Timeline is MBU’s student-run, campus news website that incorporates multimedia reporting for the university community. Timeline Online features episodes of Timeline, MBU’s weekly student news broadcast, and is always looking for reporters, photographers and bloggers to add to their diverse team.
Check it out here: http://mbutimeline.com/
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Missouri Baptist University is an evangelical Christian, liberal arts institution and has as its purpose the offering of programs of study leading to professional certificates, undergraduate degrees, and graduate degrees in an environment where academic excellence is emphasized and a Biblically based Christian perspective is maintained. The University is committed to enriching its students’ lives spiritually, intellectually, and professionally, and to preparing students to serve in a global and culturally diverse society.
The University seeks to prepare students who are motivated by ideals of service for effective performance in careers which are appropriate to the Christian commitment of MBU. The University is open to all qualified students, regardless of race, gender, national origin, religion, age, or qualified disability. Faculty and students work together in following purposes:
1. To develop a personal philosophy of life and an ethical and spiritual commitment which is based upon an awareness of alternatives and which is examined in the light of Biblical revelation.
2. To grow in an understanding of themselves, as well as others, and to cultivate an ability to employ this knowledge for self-development, for mental and physical health, and for social and family relationships.
3. To prepare for living in harmony with the physical environment by becoming aware of its basic principles, and of the means for intelligent use and conservation of its resources.
4. To develop effectiveness in the use and understanding of communications, both spoken and written, employing analytical and logical thinking in the process.
5. To become contributors to society in a manner consistent with Christian principles, participating responsibly in church, school, community, and world affairs, employing insights derived from a broad range of studies.
6. To grow in understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of literature and the arts, and to become participants in creative and aesthetic activities in the community.
7. To prepare for continuing study by becoming acquainted with electronic technology resources and methods of scholarly research.
· To teach, empower, and inspire students for service and lifelong learning.
· We are serious and intentional about our Christian faith.
· We will freely and responsibly search for truth.
· We strive for excellence.
· We believe in the importance and cultivation of character.
· We believe in social change through service and leadership.