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ANAHEIM (BP) – In terms of national influence and Gospel impact, the importance of Southern Baptist work in California cannot be overstated, agreed SBC leaders and pastors from the state gathered at the Anaheim Convention Center Aug. 17. “Southern Baptists are made up of a lot of different people and this room personifies that,” said…

“Fall 2020 is another record-breaking enrollment increase on top of a sustained 26 years of significant growth,” President Ronald L. Ellis said. He noted the increase puts CBU ahead of schedule to reach an enrollment goal of 12,000 students by 2025.

The latest rankings place CBU at No. 40 for Best Regional University. The 2021 rankings mark the seventh consecutive year that CBU has received a top-50 ranking in the publication’s “Best Regional Universities” category for public and private colleges in the West. Previously, CBU was ranked No. 43 for 2020.

The Niche 2021 Best College rankings are based on numerous statistical analyses per category, according to the site.

The Division of Arts and Letters will consist of three departments: communication arts, history and government, and modern languages and literature.

CBU officials already have begun implementing protocols involving classroom instruction, food service, student housing and workplace safety.

New safety protocols are being implemented for the return of residential students and resumption of classroom instruction.

The two-year Doctor of Social Work program is designed for working professionals who possess a master’s degree in a human services field.

California Baptist University moving all classes online during COVID-19 emergency; remote instruction begins March 30 with spring semester extended one week through May 2

Despite being quarantined, members of the University Choir and Orchestra (UCO) at California Baptist University, remotely produced a virtual choir video experience for its latest release, “Sing the Story (Hallelujah Amen).”