All charges for room and board, tuition and fees of every kind must be paid in full to the Office of Business Affairs before the student’s official transcript can be released or a diploma can be awarded. Grades will not be accessible until satisfactory arrangements have been made in the Office of Business Affairs. Thank you in advance for your payment.
Attention Endowed Scholarship Recipients
Please remember to send thank you letters to your scholarship donors and forward a copy of each letter to the Office of Institutional Advancement. Deadline by September 30.
Anyone interested in keeping stats, filming, or calling for stats at the home basketball games, and/or home softball games and/or home baseball games, please see Coach Driskell in Simmons Field House ASAP.
Northeast Mississippi Pastor’s Conference Proclaiming the Good News (Acts 5:42) September 15, 2014 Blue Mountain College
Blue Mountain College, in association with the Northeast Mississippi Pastor’s Conference, will host a one-day conference for pastors and church staff members on Monday, September 15, 2014. The conference, entitled “Proclaiming the Good News,” has been designed to provide inspiration and instruction for pastors and church staff members. The worship services will include messages by Dr. Brian Harbour, Founder of SeminaryPLUS and Brian’s Lines, and Dr. Tommy Vinson, Founder of Tommy Vinson Ministries. Dr. Greg Long, Chair of the Department of Fine Arts and Speech, will lead the worship services. Special conferences related to pastoral ministry will include the following: · “Preparing to Preach: Getting Ready to Proclaim the Good News” led by Brian Harbour · “The Pastor as Evangelist: Leading the Church to Share the Good News” led by Ray Newcomb, Pastor Emeritus, First Baptist Church, Millington, TN · “Engaging Your Hearers: The Use of Creativity and Humor in Preaching” led by James Lewis, Pastor, Desoto Hills Baptist Church, Southaven, MS Registration for the conference will begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Student Union Building and the conference will conclude at 2:45 p.m. Lunch will be provided for a cost of $5.50 in the newly redesigned Ray Dining Hall. While pre-registration for the conference is not required, it is requested in order to provide an accurate count for meals and free conference materials. To pre-register or to request additional information, contact Dr. Ronald Meeks, Director of Church Relations at Blue Mountain College.
Students are allowed six (6) chapel absences each semester. These six allowed absences will not be used in determining the chapel grade. For each chapel absence over the six (6) allowed, the student must make up the absence in order to have the absence cleared. Holds will be placed on the student’s account until the excessive chapel absences are cleared. Transcripts and diplomas will not be awarded until the chapel absences are cleared.
Students should complete the requirements for clearing the excessive chapel absence during the semester in which the absence occurs. Satisfactory chapel attendance is a graduation requirement.
MARK your calendars when your online courses begin and end, and check your BMC email accounts regularly! · Fall I 2014 Online Students: The Fall I Online Term begins August 25. Training, Ordering Text, and Browser settings information were emailed to preregistered online students' BMC email accounts on July 28. Login instructions will be emailed to BMC email accounts on August 25 to those students who made payment arrangements with the Office of Business Affairs. · Fall II 2014 Online Students: The Fall II Online Term begins October 20. Training, Ordering Text, and Browser settings information will be emailed to preregistered online students' BMC email accounts on September 15. Login instructions will be emailed to BMC email accounts on October 20 to those students who made payment arrangements with the Office of Business Affairs.
Attention: Teacher Interns Spring 2015
If you plan to enroll in teacher internship (student teaching) in spring 2015, you must fill out an application. Get your application from the Education Office, Room 102. Deadline for applications is Friday, September 19. Dr. Lela Hale, Director of Clinical Experiences
MEET THE TOPPERS:
Meet the Toppers Day will be held Saturday, September 6 in Tyler Gymnasium. The day will get underway with a 5K run, registration at 7:30 A.M., 10:00 A.M. games and purchase Topper Wear, 11:00 A.M. hamburger plates ready to pick up and Meet the Athletic Teams at 12:00 Noon. Come out and support the Toppers. Purchase a hamburger plate from any member of the athletic team for $6.00. Plates consist of hamburger, chips, cookie and bottled water.
All students (male and female) who are preparing for a church related vocation and who are members of a Southern Baptist Church should contact Dr. Ronald Meeks concerning ministerial aid. Dr. Meeks can supply information about the online application process at his office (Fisher Washburn 104). The completed application must be submitted online by Friday, September 5. Students who have received aid in the past are required to reapply for aid. In addition, all applicants should sign up for an interview, which will be conducted on Thursday, September 11 and Friday, September 12. If you have questions regarding your eligibility, see Dr. Meeks.
Fine Arts Teams Auditions Fill out your application online on the BSU website. (Go to BMC.edu, and find Baptist Student Union under the current student’s column.) Sign up for your audition time at the BSU. Disciple’s Cross (Praise Band)-September 2 Open Vessels (Clown and Puppet)-September 3 Reflections (Ensemble)-September 4
Discipleship groups are about to start! Sign up at the BSU.
Prayer Time-Monday’s 2:20PM at the BSU
College Student Conference- September 26-27, Sign up at the BSU. Cost $20.
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