Orientation | Central Baptist College

Orientation

The Office of Student Services is committed to healthy student development and success.  To achieve this, we believe a holistic orientation program is vital.  Upon completion of all required orientation programs, new students will understand how to navigate campus when needs arise, feel more connected with other students, staff, and faculty, and become more self-aware.  Below is a listing of all orientation programs offered at CBC.

Connect Day

The newly redesigned New Student Orientation is mandatory for all new students entering CBC. It’s a fun-filled day that is designed to connect new students to CBC! Students will connect with new and current CBC students; CBC Staff and Administration; CBC services; and more! Students will make their first class schedule and be learn about how to finish out the process of being a Mustang!

For questions about Connect Day, please contact Rachel Steele at rsteele@cbc.edu or 501-205-8873

M.U.D. Week

(Fall Semester Only)

Starting college can be exciting and overwhelming all at the same time.  To help make your transition to college easier CBC provides a week-long orientation program called M.U.D. Week. Mustangs Under Development (M.U.D.) Week is hosted by the Student Orientation Staff. Throughout M.U.D. Week, students attend various mandatory sessions. In the afternoon and evenings, students are encouraged to attend activities such as the President’s Dinner, Karaoke Night, Campus-Wide Capture the Flag, and more!  Events are FREE to all new students.

For questions about M.U.D. Week, please contact Kerry Norris at knorris@cbc.edu or 501-205-8837

CBC 1201 - Principles of Collegiate Success

Principles of Collegiate Success is a course required for all first time entering freshmen and transfer students who have earned less than 15 hours of college credit. This course is designed to help new students with their transition to college and CBC. Students will learn about CBC policies and services offered; academic skills; career readiness skills; critical thinking; personal responsibility; and so much more. This course not only will give students a better sense on belonging at CBC, but help them grow holistically as individuals.

For questions about the CBC 1201 course, please contact Steve Elder at selder@cbc.edu or 501-205-8893