1919 - August- William Waterhouse begins the first building, Southwestern Hall, on Mr. and Mrs. Brown's farm. Mr. Waterhouse is a retired California contractor who worked with Brown's evangelistic campaigns for a number of years, moving into a town a few days before meetings were to be held and erecting wooden "tabernacles," capable of holding hundreds of people.
A Christ-centered, interdenominational university that leads the nation in integrating faith and learning, fostering holistic spiritual formation, promoting pragmatic liberal arts education, and preparing people to follow Christ’s call to serve others in all areas of life.
“We’re working on a specific aspect of that whole infection,” Funk said. “The experiments are conducted by growing cells in the laboratory and then infecting them with the bacteria provided by Dr. Voth.”
The Career Development Center employs a variety of resources and assessments, along with professional advising and guidance, to provide opportunity for jobs, internships and career development.
Student Support Services is a federally funded grant program of the Department of Education designed to promote student academic success. The goal of SSS is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of the participants and facilitate the process of transition from one level of higher education to the next.
Hotels and accommodations listed by distance from the Siloam Springs campus
Best Western* - 1 mile 273 S. Hwy 59 West Siloam Springs, OK 74964 918.422.4444
Quality Inn* (Formerly Holiday Inn Express) - 1.11 miles 1300 Hwy 412 W.Siloam Springs, AR 727611-800-4CHOICE/ 479.524.8080
Inn at the Springs - 1.1 miles201 W. UniversitySiloam Springs, AR 72761479.373.1897
Arutunoff Library, located in the Learning Resource Center (building 10 on this campus map), is the central location for information resources supporting the research needs of the university community.
The Director of Health Services is available to see students and to help them evaluate their needs.It is not our intention to replace your primary physician, but to serve as a substitute at times when college life may be "hazardous to your health." We want to help you understand some of those hazards, how to prevent them, and when necessary to treat and care for the resulting illness on your own.
Beyond the programs, campus life at JBU is really about people. JBU people are real people who truly know each other, accept each other and care for each other as they strive to live the Christian life. With so many international students, missionary kids and students from all areas of the country on campus, you're sure to meet people like you as well as people with backgrounds and experiences very different from your own.
Christian Health Professionals of Tomorrow aims to help members explore the health profession field and to serve the surrounding community. We host speakers who share their own experiences in the medical field, sponsor visits to professional schools and partner with Community Blood Center of the Ozarks for on-campus blood drives.
Here at John Brown University, we value student involvement of extracurricular activities because we believe it helps students adjust to academic life, develop relationships with others and build community. It increases leadership skills, encourages service and promotes self-esteem. We also know that students who are involved are likely to earn better grades, graduate from college and have greater success in landing a job and/or gaining admission to graduate school.
John Brown University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and School.
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