EduCativ Posted September 14, 2020 Share Posted September 14, 2020 Christian Brothers University is a four-year, private university affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. The University was founded in 1871 by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, a Catholic teaching order. CBU is located on a 75-acre wooded campus in midtown Memphis, Tennessee—about four miles east of downtown near Interstates 40, 240, and 55 and close to major medical centers. The campus is at 650 East Parkway South, at the corner of Central Avenue. Christian Brothers University is a Catholic university in the student-centered tradition of the De La Salle Christian Brothers. CBU fosters academic excellence in a range of programs to prepare students from all faiths and backgrounds for careers and lives informed by the Lasallian values of faith, service, and community. Christian Brothers University is a Catholic university founded on the heritage of Lasallian education. While large enough to provide educational opportunities in the arts, business, education, engineering, and sciences, the University is small enough to promote teaching as a ministry and to provide challenging student-centered learning and personal growth. Students of diverse cultures and religious traditions are encouraged to grow in their faith. The University welcomes students into an educational community of faith and service, one that is committed to academic excellence, the betterment of society, and the care of God's creation. Forget the 300-seat auditorium classrooms. CBU is a private university where small classes and close faculty relationships make for highly personalized education. You will know your professors, and they will know you. It is these close, mentoring relationships that distinguish a CBU education. It is why CBU is consistently rated as one of the best universities in the Southeast and the nation. CBU's four undergraduate schools are home to more than 70 majors and concentrations in the arts, business, engineering, the sciences, and education. Here, in a highly personalized learning environment, you will work alongside faculty who are experts in their field. Highly challenging, exceptionally practical – ours is a preparation unlike any other. In Memphis, you'll find myriad opportunities for professional internships, providing you a practical perspective and invaluable experience – both highly attractive to prospective employers. A few of the companies and organizations that CBU students intern with include employers. A few of the companies and organizations that CBU students intern with include AT&T, FedEx, Memphis Grizzlies, First Tennessee, and St. Jude's Children Research Hospital. Through the Lasallian Consortium, our study abroad program offers destinations in 14 countries across five continents – including Australia, Brazil, China, England, France, Italy, Mexico, South America, and more. As one of six Lasallian universities in the U.S., CBU emphasizes service to others. Our students are reaching out, and as they do, they acquire a different, deepened, more meaningful education, including an entire month of September of Service.CBU students across all majors can participate in professional research as undergraduates, an opportunity often reserved for graduate-level students at large institutions. First-year students and sophomores may register for ROTC courses and receive credit toward their degrees. Enrollment does not entail any military commitment. We can tell you about CBU, but the experience can be a verb, and this is something you'll want to experience for yourself. Tour our 75-acre campus in the heart of midtown Memphis, meet current students, chat with professors, and see where you will be living. We have lots to show you! Moreover, Memphis is a cool city too. CBU is consistently rated as one of the best Universities in the Southeast and the nation. We are recognized for our academic excellence, engaged faculty, and caring environment. Of course, the most valuable recognition comes in the form of feedback from our students who continue to praise their CBU education for their professors' quality, the excellent career prospects it provides, and the low levels of debt with which they graduate. As a CBU Buccaneer, part of your college experience is pursuing your interests within a thriving campus life community. Whether it is participating in one of our student organizations, competing in intramural sports, attending campus ministries, serving with our volunteer efforts, or utilizing any of our other campus resources, CBU helps you find your interests and passion your story. Christian Brothers College was founded in 1871 by members of the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools, an international Roman Catholic religious teaching congregation. The Memphis clergy had been determined to establish Catholic education in Memphis and envisioned elementary and secondary education and college education. The Christian Brothers came to Memphis at their request, after more than a decade of previously unsuccessful efforts to persuade them to open a college in Memphis. CBU has grown to a student population of more than 1,800 and exponentially expanded its degree offerings. Today, CBU offers bachelor's degrees in more than 60 academic majors and concentrations in the arts, business, engineering, and sciences. A dozen buildings have been added to the campus in the last 50 years, most recently the Cooper-Wilson Center for Life Sciences (2008), the Living Learning Center (2011), and the Rosa Deal School of Arts (2016). View full university Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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