Briana Kuykendall

Briana Kuykendall, Student, Reflects on Time at DBU

As part of the ShareDBU campaign, we wanted to hear directly from one of our students. Senior Briana Kuykendall shares here some of the impactful memories that shaped her time at DBU.

Austin and Amy Reese

Austin Reese, Alumnus, Reflects on Time at DBU

Continuing on in the month-long #shareDBU campaign, we are honored to hear from alumnus Austin Reese about some of his reflections of his time at DBU and his first few years as an algebra teacher.

Tempress Jackson, Dean of Students

Tempress Jackson, Dean of Students, Reflects on Time at DBU

While Jackson may be new to the position, she first came to DBU as a freshman in the fall of 2004. When asked to share about her favorite moments, she focused almost entirely on the impact of mentoring on DBU’s campus.

Dr. and Mrs. Gary Cook (center) along with their sons (far left) Mark Cook and his wife Shannon and (far right) Dr. David Cook and his wife, Nicole.

DBU Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Chancellor Dr. Gary Cook

On Friday, April 6, Dallas Baptist University celebrated the 30 years of service at DBU by Dr. Gary Cook. For the past three decades, Dr. Cook has transformed DBU from a school whose doors were about to close to a university with worldwide impact.

A fraternity performs in front of the crowd

DBU Alumni Reflect on Spring Sing

Spring Sing is a beloved tradition for DBU’s Greek Life organizations. Every year, sororities and fraternities hone their singing, acting, and dancing skills as they put on shows written entirely by themselves. Each show is a unique expression of the organization’s creativity, but only one group can be chosen as the winner by our panel of judges.

Dr. Wes Moore sits in front of a Steinway piano on the chapel stage

Faculty Profile - Dr. Wes Moore

Meet Dr. Wes Moore! He is the Associate Dean for the College of Fine Arts. He also serves as the Chair of the Department of Music, as well as an Assistant Professor of Voice. The Department of Music seeks to educate students in order that they might engage the global music industry through transformational musical performance, scholarship, and service.

shareDBU

ShareDBU

In today’s culture, social media has become the outlet through which individuals are sharing their ideas, theirs values, and their stories. And we believe that your story is worth sharing, not only because it’s important to your friends and to your family, but because it has the ability to reflect how the power of Christ can transform our lives.

A man stands in front of the podium in the chapel holding a Bible

Connecting Students to Churches: Ministry Bridge at DBU

Passionate, trained, and effective college students are available through DBU Ministry Bridge to serve at churches who are in need of assistance with semester-long commitments, as well as special events.

The DBU Beach Reach team getting ready to head to South Padre

DBU Students Serve Over Spring Break

Each Spring Break, DBU sends out teams of students to serve both locally and nationally and return with stories of lives that were impacted. Two such stories are featured below from the eyes of senior Madison Gould and Junior Cooper McCullough.

The cross on University Hill hiding behind rose bushes and the stream

Reflect the Good News of Easter

It has been a long three days. Friday we mourned. We sat under the weight that Christ was persecuted, pierced, and punished to the point of death for our sins.