SWAT leaders help students move into DBU

What to Bring to College: SWAT Color Leader Edition

Some of this year's SWAT Color Leaders wanted to give advice to incoming students on what to bring to college. Check out what they had to say to new Patriots!

Carter Willis

Welcome Home

As the summer gives way to the start of a new fall semester, DBU asked faculty member Carter Willis to lend advice to incoming Patriots.

Why Study Business

Why Study Business

The National Center for Education Statistics reported that in 2014-2015, business was the most popular major among the almost 1.9 million college graduates, with almost 20% receiving bachelor’s degrees in business. Similarly, at Dallas Baptist University, more students seek majors in business than in any other program. But why is business so popular?

Madison Category List

The Commissional Corner: New Beginnings

To provide insight into MAGL, we asked Madison Houston, one of our new students, and Addison Zody, one of our Spring 2019 graduates, some questions regarding our program.

A man is standing talking to a group of men in jail.

A Trip to Prison! (And Back!)

Venus, TX — DBU’s Center for Business as Mission and over 30 entrepreneurship, criminal justice, and sociology students recently attended a business Think Tank Event at Sanders Estes Unit Prison. As part of the Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP), students had the opportunity to sit one-on-one with inmates, listen to their ideas for starting businesses after their release from prison, and provide feedback.

Dorcas Bakiono

International Student Pursues Career in Medical Field

DBU is home to hundreds of international students representing more than 60 countries, and each with their own story. Dorcas Bakiono, a Burkinabé student, lived in three different countries before coming to the United States: Burkina Faso, Togo, and Kenya. Then, in the fall of 2016, she moved to Texas and started DBU’s Intensive English Program.

DBU launches Global Studies Program

DBU Launches Global Studies Program

For many years, DBU has provided travel opportunities for students through mission trips and classroom experiences, yet this spring, DBU launched a new initiative to develop a centralized approach to these trips as a part of DBU’s Global Studies Program, headed by Dr. David Cook, Dean of Global Studies and Pre-Professional Programs.

DBU students, faculty, and staff serve in Hungary

Students Serve with Hungarian Baptist Aid

This May, a group of DBU students traveled to Hungary to minister to local schools throughout the country allowing faculty, staff, and students to build relationships with the Hungarian community as they served.