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BCF Press Release

BCF PREPARES TO WELCOME STUDENTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 6, 2020


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Resident Assistants Wes Hamby and Hailey High (pictured in the center with the winning dorms of the Candyland Challenge) are ready to greet and assist new students as they arrive on campus.

Excitement is in the air as both new and returning students are expected to arrive back on campus at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville in just a few weeks. Watching the campus come back to life after the Christmas break is always exciting especially as new students arrive ready for orientation which is scheduled this year for January 16-17.

New students will begin orientation in the Deese Center with breakfast and registration, followed by an inspirational time of student led worship and welcome by BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen in the R. G. Lee Chapel. Although distance students, online students, and graduate students receive a customized orientation online, they are always welcomed to attend orientation on the Graceville campus and enjoy a time of fellowship, information gathering, and lunch with their admissions counselors and academic advisors.

New Student Orientation provides a unique opportunity for making friends and exposing incoming students to campus life, registration procedures, institutional policies of attending BCF, as well as obtaining their ID card and vehicle pass. This year, in addition to the formal instructions provided during orientation, there are several fun activities planned to welcome new students and acquaint them with the campus and staff.

Additional events during orientation by the Marketing Team and Resident Assistants (RAs) will include a version of the "Amazing Race," to help new students become familiar with the campus. One key component to welcoming new students during orientation is providing an environment conducive to making new friends and connecting with other students on the same journey of preparing for areas of ministry, leadership, and service. Orientation plays a major role in the lives of new students as they recognize all of the support available to them to help them succeed and reach their educational goal.

To learn more about becoming a new student at the college that is "Changing the World Through the Unchanging Word®," please call 800.328.2660 ext. 460 or visit the website at www.baptistcollege.edu.