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Taylor Center Renovation and Expansion

Taylor center expansion

The Gene Taylor National Free Enterprise Center is being renovated and expanded to better serve SBU students, particularly the Robert W. Plaster College of Business and Computer Science. Key project benefits include:

  • New classrooms and updated computer labs
  • Updated technology and equipment
  • Additional student lounge and study room space designed to help students have creative space to work on group projects

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SBU seeks public comment on new academic program in Salem

Mercy College of Nursing & Health Sciences of Southwest Baptist University is seeking comments from the public about expansion of the Bridge-RN program at the University's Salem campus. The Missouri State Board of Nursing will conduct a site visit April 28, 2017.


SBU CIS students design mobile app for Missouri State Fair

Four Southwest Baptist University Computer and Information Sciences students met with Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Parson on Feb. 23 to present their design of a mobile application that will be used by fairgoers at the 2017 Missouri State Fair in Sedalia.


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Chapel: EQUIP - Dr. Allison Langford 10:00AM More info...
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"The Circle of Impacting Ministry" workshop 12:00AM More info...
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Plaster Bible Study 9:00PM More info...
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Bearcat Days 1:00PM More info...
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Mr. and Miss Southwest Pageant 6:30PM More info...