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Students Give Their Review on B-CU's New Starbucks Cafe

On January 13, 2020, the highly anticipated Starbucks arrived on campus welcoming students back for the spring semester.

A Message from President Dr. E. LaBrent Chrite

President Chrite welcomes students back to Bethune-Cookman University and shares the new student orientation schedule for fall 2019.

Mister B-CU Joins the First Class of HBCU Kings for EBONY Magazine

Mister B-CU Joins the First Class of HBCU Kings for EBONY Magazine

B-CU Department of Campus Safety Hosts Self Defense Courses

The Department of Campus Safety promotes a safe and secure higher education environment and works to build relationships and partnerships to...

B-CU Welcomes Class of 2022

Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) looks forward to welcoming the freshman class of 2022— an anticipated group of approximately 1,000...

Campus Tours Provide a Peek at College Life

Team Africa, a group of 17 South African soccer students, visited campus on Monday, July 30, 2018, with their coach, alumnus Tabani Sithole, a...

Centro Educativo Latinoamericano Delegation Visits B-CU for Cultural Immersion

On June 30, 2018, a 20-member delegation of students from Centro Educativo Latinoamericano, a Methodist School in Rosario, Argentina, entered...

Wildcat Immersion Program Sets Students Up for Success 

The Wildcat Immersion Program (WIP) is an intensive six-week residential program that focuses on comprehensive skill-building and orientation...

Ashely Weatherspoon Commissioned as Second Lieutenant in U.S. Army

Second Lieutenant Ashely Weatherspoon, an aging studies major, became a commissioned officer of the United States Army on May 3, 2018. She was one...

Wildcat Immersion Summer Residential Program Applications Accepted through June 1st

The Wildcat Immersion Program, formerly Summer Bridge, is an intensive six-week program that aids in the transition from high school to college of...

Department of Mass Communications Publishes Student-Run UniverCity Magazine

UniverCity magazine is the official student magazine of B-CU’s Mass Communications Department. It is also the sister publication to the...

Mara Brody to Participate in Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program

Mara Brody was selected as a 2018 Rangel Summer Scholar and will spend six weeks this summer at Howard University, a historically black college and...

B-CU Presents at National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Conference –“From Trials and Tribulations to Triumph: Developing an Effective Summer Bridge Program at Your Minority Serving Institution”

Jabal Moss, Ronnie Mack, Derenzo Thomas and Ariana Rodriguez recently attended the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA)...

Mass Communications Major Lands Coveted Summer Internship at WFTV/WRDQ Channel 9

Alysha Hinton, a vibrant lead soprano for B-CU Concert Chorale, is best known for her operatic voice. The junior communications major has even more...

B-CU Students Participate in Annual Service Learning Initiative During Spring Break

For the past five years, Bethune-Cookman University has expanded the minds of students by offering an intensive mission experience in the family...

An Act of Faith: Khaleelah Harris Looks Forward to Attending Yale Divinity School

West Palm Beach, Florida native Khaleelah Harris ('18), a senior in the School of Religion, majoring in philosophy and religion, gears up for...