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Missouri Baptist University named fourth in Post-Dispatch’s “Top Places to Work”

MBU employees feel more appreciated than any other organization surveyed For the second time in as many years, Missouri Baptist University has been named as a Top Workplace in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. MBU ranked fourth among all large organizations. … Learn More

MBU’s Lowell Pitzer to be inducted into NAIA Hall of Fame

Lowell Pitzer has been many things to many people over a career that has spanned 27 years…a teacher, a coach, a mentor, a leader, a friend and a trusted colleague. Now, as he continues his career as the commissioner of … Learn More

MBU students reach out to more than 800 senior adults

In what has become a cherished Spartan tradition, MBU students hosted more than 800 senior adults March  8 for the University’s Senior Adult Day. “Having the opportunity to host such a great group of friends of the University is an … Learn More

Spartan Preview Day points to continued growth

Missouri Baptist University welcomed about 100 prospective families Feb. 19 for Spartan Preview. The event, which gives future MBU students a glimpse of the growing West St. Louis County campus, features information on the enrollment process, financial aid, academic majors, … Learn More

MBU launches new Web site, creative brand expression

Welcome to the new mobap.edu. The primary goal of the University’s new web site is to provide you, our Web audience, an exceptional user experience–from an intuitive content structure to an enhanced design. In particular: The site is the foundation … Learn More

Worship Arts Seminar set to feature host of theologians, artists

Missouri Baptist University will host its first annual “Worship Heart & Art Seminar” for students, faculty, staff, and community members on Feb. 22-23. The two-day event will feature worship, lectures and discussions that explore biblical principles about worship and how … Learn More

MBU welcomes Shaun Groves, rallies to end child poverty

Missouri Baptist University’s quad was overtaken by abstract art Feb. 5-7, an extension of the 2013 MBU Spring Speakers Series aimed at raising awareness about child poverty and slave trafficking. A collection of cardboard signs, tubes and photos of children … Learn More