California Baptist University opens new education center in Temecula
Friday, November 30th, 2012
Issue 48, Volume 16.
President of CBU, Dr. Ronald Ellis, cuts the ribbon symbolizing the grand opening of the CBU satellite facility in Temecula on Friday, Nov. 30. The new CBU facility in Temecula is located at the Promenade Mall between Yard House and Macy's. Temecula City Council Member Maryann Edwards (left) and Sr. Director of Marketing and Program Development for CBU Erin Guerrero pose before the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new CBU satellite facility in Temecula on Friday, Nov. 30. Vice President of Online and Professional Studies for CBU Dr. David Poole formally welcomes and introduces guests to the new state-of-the-art facility in Temecula on Friday, Nov. 30. CBU President Dr. Ronald Ellis describes the goals for the facility and thanks everyone involved in making the new CBU facility possible in Temecula on Friday, Nov. 30. Temecula City Council Member Maryann Edwards speaks on behalf of the city on how proud the city of Temecula is to host the new CBU facility on Friday, Nov. 30. Senior Pastor for Mountain View Community Church, John Wells, says a prayer of dedication for the new CBU facility in Temecula on Friday, Nov. 30. Modern styling in the CBU facility will provide a comfortable atmosphere for future students. Temecula City Council Member Maryann Edwards (far left) receives a tour of CBU's state-of-the-art classroom in Temecula on Friday, Nov. 30. The new CBU facility in Temecula is fully interactive. Professors can teach students at multiple locations using cameras and high definition screens.
Comment #1 | Saturday, Dec 1, 2012 at 7:54 pm
Unless their faculty has complete academic freedom (which they don't), please don't refer to this institution as a university. Instead let's just call it what it really is....a christian indoctrination center.
|L. Dean Lowe, PhD, Fresno|
Comment #2 | Monday, Dec 3, 2012 at 4:43 pm
Factual truth will always have its distractors from the uninformed secular opposition.
|Charles Doremus, Bakersfield|
Comment #3 | Tuesday, Dec 4, 2012 at 1:40 am
Congratulations future students at the CBU satellite facility in Temecula. I'm confident you are going to be pleased with the quality of the CBU faculty. And thank you Valley News for such nice coverage of the grand opening.
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Comment #4 | Wednesday, Dec 5, 2012 at 11:42 am
From their handbook I quote
"to encourage a free exchange of ideas by providing a wide variety of spiritual, intellectual, cultural,
and social learning experiences both within and outside the classroom"
From my experience however I was explicitly and often told, after paying up tuition of course, that people of the Jewish and Roman Catholic faiths were doomed to eternal damnation unless we converted. And the pressure to "redeem oneself" in other words convert to their narrow religious dictates was relentless.
If you're looking for a "real" university best to avoid this place at all costs.