April 3, 2013: Regardless of the program you pursue at Booth UC, students are guaranteed to receive an excellent education. We are proud of our programs, our faculty and our staff—but we are most proud of our students and their continued success after graduation.
March 25, 2013: Booth UC's Spiritual Life Office is sponsoring special services this week in our 2nd floor, Hetherington Chapel, from 11:20 a.m. until noon. The services are open to the public, so please join us if you can.
Monday/Tuesday: Faith and Forgiveness (Monday's service will be held by CFOT students)
Thursday: Tenebrae Service (Liturgy and candles)
March 11, 2013: Booth University College is pleased to announce that Dr. Marjory Kerr has accepted an appointment as the Vice President Academic and Dean of the institution, effective August 2013. She succeeds Major Ian Swan who has been appointed as the Officer Commanding in the Hong Kong and Macau Command of The Salvation Army.
February 28, 2013: Booth University College will be holding a special campus visit day on March 19th specifically for high school students interested in learning more about our Bachelor of Business Administration program. At Booth UC, business students benefit from our unique Service Learning program, exciting travel opportunities, and exclusive active learning meetings with local and national business leaders. Our small classes also ensure that each student receives the mentorship and regular one-on-one attention from professors that they deserve.
February 19, 2013: Booth University College will be holding its Spring Convocation and Conferring of Degrees events on Sunday, April 28, 2013. All are welcome! The Baccalaureate Service will begin at 10:00 a.m. in the Hetherington Chapel, 2nd floor of Booth University College, 447 Webb Place. The guest speaker is The Salvation Army Canada and Bermuda Territory Commissioner Brian Peddle, Chancellor of Booth University College. The Convocation and Conferring of Degrees begins at 3:00 p.m. at Knox United Church, 400 Edmonton Street. This year's guest speaker is Dr.
January 19, 2013: At its meeting on Saturday, January 19th, the Booth University College Board of Trustees elected Colonel Glen Shepherd as the Chair of the Board for a three-year term.
Glen Shepherd serves currently as the President and CEO of Health Partners International of Canada, a not-for-profit relief and development organization that works through partnerships, without discrimination and according to Christian values, to increase access to medicine and improve health in the developing world. He has worked for Health Partners since 2008.
January 20, 27 & February 3: Join Booth University College's Professor of Religion, Dr. Roy Jeal, at Saint Margaret's Anglican Church for his latest sermon series:
TEXTURES OF EPIPHANY:
The Appearance and Identity of Good in the World
The sermons will be held at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning service at Saint Margaret's Anglican Church - 160 Ethelbert Street (at the corner of Ethelbert and Westminster).
January 10, 2013: Booth University College has announced a new financial award for new students admitted to its Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program. The first fifteen business students who are accepted for September 2013 admission by March 31st will receive an automatic $2,000 off of their first year's tuition. Combined with other available financial awards, students are now eligible to receive up to $6,000 off their tuition. For more information, please visit BoothUC.ca/first15.
November 16: To coincide with the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) and the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), Booth University College and Booth College (Australia) co-sponsored the first-ever gathering of Salvationist scholars and friends at the annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois. The AAR/SBL annual meeting is the largest gathering of scholars of religion in the world.
November 16-20: Professor Roy Jeal attended the Society of Biblical Literature Annual General Meeting in Chicago, IL. He led an analytical seminar focused on his forthcoming sociorhetorical commentary on the New Testament Letter to Philemon. Dr. Jeal also participated in the Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity Research Group Meeting and in a meeting of the steering committee of the SBL Intertextuality in the New Testament Section.