Any F-1 international students (and their dependents) that did not attend BJU first semester must report to the Designated School Official at their initial enrollment of the academic year. Bring the following items (including items for any dependents): Passport, Visa and Form I-20.
Returning Students: Build your trial schedule in StudentCentral under the Register menu option and meet with your advisor on Tuesday to secure permission prior to submitting your schedule to complete registration prior to the close of registration on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
This intense, but enjoyable time will get you up to speed with campus life and provide a good start for your academic career. You will meet and interact with current students, faculty and administrators who will give you the inside scoop about college life at BJU. (Graduate students and returning students are not required to attend.)
This seminar is for any student that did not attend BJU first semester. Dr. Newton will explain the basics of the student experience at BJU, including opportunities for growth, expectations for conduct and resources for success.
BJU’s IT department is implementing a new BJUOnline learning management system called Canvas. This new system will replace the current Desire2Learn (D2L) system in the near future. To help facilitate this change, training sessions for students are offered.
All training sessions will last approximately 30 minutes plus time for Q & A. Sessions.
As a visa student with an I-20, you are under a special set of regulations enforced by the United States Department of Homeland Security; these regulations begin immediately upon entry to the U.S. and continue until final departure. Mr. Bryan Boudreau, our campus International Student Advisor, will review some limitations and benefits on the student visa and will explain campus work authorization. There will be time for questions and answers.
Whether you are a new student this semester or a returning second semester freshman, Dr. Pettit and First-year Experience invite you to join us, other administrators and student leaders for a night full of nachos, ice cream, activities, prizes, and a lot of fun. Dr. Pettit will share some encouraging words to all first-year students.