Lift up your voices in praise to the King. Shout His glories to all the earth. He chose us as heirs of His heavenly kingdom. In Him we live and move and have our being. Therefore, let all people exalt Him, for He is the King of the Nations. Let us all as one sing praise to the Lord. To the ends of the earth, glorify our God, the King of the Nations.

This year’s dedicatee has committed his life to advancing the kingdom of God. With a passion for spreading the Gospel, he leads others by example. As a husband and father, he exemplifies a biblical role model. As a teacher and mentor, he leads with the grace God has given.

For his faithful and effective leadership over many years, the 2014 Vintage staff dedicates this book to Dr. Bruce McAllister.

Students check in at the Davis Field House and then begin their journey.

Old friends exchange warm welcomes, and family members depart with tearful goodbyes.

Students are left to unpack mountains of luggage in preparation for a new semester.

The evangelistic ceremonies commence as the Class of 2017 files into Founder's Memorial Amphitorium while upper classmen sing the University Hymn.

The two nights of services set the tone for the new semester.

As students with diverse backgrounds become acquainted with the new school year, they are encouraged to find unity as one body of believers seeking to live for Christ.


Joe Mulnix, Chief of the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at Bob Jones University, joined other law enforcement agencies Friday for “Cops on Top of Doughnut Shops” to raise money for Special Olympics....

Goodbye, summer! 8am classes for the next 15-16 weeks. Really looking forward to the opportunities God gives through #BJUedu. Amazing Grace.

The South Carolina state government had a real presence on the BJU campus on Thursday, Sept. 19, with State Treasurer Curtis Loftis and State Attorney General Alan G. Wilson both speaking to students throughout the day...

The road to the championship wasn't easy. But the women's soccer team proved that in only its second season, it had the strength and fortitude to capture the NCCAA Division II title.

The women's cross country team strives to glorify Christ through athletics.

At every meet the men's cross country team sought to use their skills and talents for the ultimate goal - serving Christ.

The stadium lights shine bright, and spectators cheer from the stands. In a game determined by the slimmest of margins, every goal counts.

Tricia Koechig is one of many students who loves to participate in Washington Center Challenge Day. “It’s one of my favorite days of the year,” said the junior elementary education major...

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This morning's #sunrise from a bird's-eye view of front campus. Photo by Dan Calnon #bjuedu #bobjonesuniversity

Bruins Soccer

The Bruins women’s soccer team completed its historic second season last weekend at the NCCAA DII tournament in Kissimmee, Fla., defeating Clearwater Christian College 1-0 to claim the NCCAA DII national title...

The newly renovated Dixon McKenzie Dining Common offers a welcoming environment for students, faculty, and friends to enjoy.

The Dining Common is an ideal environment for students to be challenged and discipled while fellowshipping with those they meet.

A new layout and food options provide students with plenty of opportunities to explore.

It's right here, right now. #ministry #119 #BJUedu

Icecream Social

Students attend the Ice Cream Social at the Gazebo.

Testimonies of trial and surrender will be the theme of this semester’s second Vespers program titled “Lord, Here am I,” which will be presented on Oct. 17 at 7 and 8:30 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium...



October 22, 2013

Pretty pumped to see this place filled up tonight for #Fandemonium! #WeAreBruins

BJU’s annual Missions Emphasis Week will be held on campus next week, Oct. 21 through Oct. 24...

Throughout the course of the year, students attend a variety of concerts, operas and dramas. The University strives to present these quality performances for the students to learn from and enjoy.

Students were mesmerized by the beautiful depiction of Edmond Ronstadt's Cyrano de Bergerac.

The various performances this school year provide a well-rounded and unique set of programs for students to enjoy.

Audiences were transported through time and space to the land of ancient Egypt as the University performed the heart-rending opera Aida.

Living Gallery continues to be one of the most far-reaching ministries at Bob Jones University. For months, artists, actors, musicians and stage workers prepare for the spring program. Living Gallery uses live models to portray renowned religious art pieces.

Bob Jones University, North Greenville University and Furman University each held blood drives in October in an effort to serve the Greenville community and to engage in friendly competition. BJU surpassed its donation goals and earned the highest percentage of student body participation...

Two of BJU’s concert choirs will sing about the Christian’s daily walk and long-term perspective on heaven in fall concerts this week...

The campus comes alive with thousands of twinkling lights at the annual Lighting Ceremony.

The Lighting Ceremony heralds the coming of the semester’s close.

Christmastime focuses on the story of Christ, written by God for the purpose of declaring His love to the nations.

The men's basketball team seeks to "live Christ" both on and off the court.

The Bruins' athletic program was enhanced with the addition of the lady's golf team.

The men's intercollegiate golf team introduces a new way for student athletes to challenge their potential on the course.

Every night the lady Bruins fought with talent, focus and determination each minute they were on the court.

In a game where every second counts, Bruins must stretch themselves to rise up and become champions.

Yes, we took the Dormie Acads to the rooftop for some fun. #snowpocalpse2 #somuchwinning @ Mary Gaston

Anyone who is fluent in a second language will tell you that the key to mastering a language is not classroom instruction, a large vocabulary or correct grammar. The most effective way to internalize and perfect a second language is by...

Once every four years the university family comes together to compete in Gold Rush Daze.

A battle consumes the campus, a collision of Red Lightning and Green Thunder.

The result is one winner—Red Lightning, champion of Gold Rush Daze.

Aida - Act II Scene 1

March 18, 2013

Gila Monster Photo

The venom from Gila monsters can kill humans, yet it can also stop the growth of certain types of cancer. Which ones? Dr. Steve Figard and his independent study class intend to find out by making use of the eight Gila monsters in Dr. Chris Carmichael’s serpentarium.

Having a blast @ BJU singing Aida. Yay! The production is 1st class! Peace & Love!

The University community sets aside a week during second semester for spiritual and physical refreshment.

Students are privileged to sit under the preaching of godly men for a week at Bible Conference.

Picnic lunches scattered around campus help create an enjoyable atmosphere during Bible Conference week.

Brady Hollenbeck Senior Show

Do you have an iPhone? According to Mr. Jay Bopp, chairman of BJU’s Division of art, every image your index finger zooms in on and slides across the screen was built by graphic designers...

On April 11, at 8:30 p.m., the lights will go out in the Davis Field House. Strings of Christmas lights will be turned on. Glow sticks will be passed around. And students will file in to cheer on the seven nations competing in the first-ever BJU Glolympics...

Living Gallery

Bob Jones University is presenting its 17th annual Living Gallery, an Upstate Easter tradition, April 17-19. The program features 70 student actors who pose in tableau style to re-create masterpieces of Biblical-themed art, plus a drama and music...

Join @SenatorTimScott on 4/22 at @BJUedu & hear how a godly mentor changed his life: 6 Days Until #TimScottatBJU

After years of hard work, rigorous studies and unforgettable memories, the day that every college student anticipates finally arrives.

Seniors prepare to enter FMA to receive their diplomas.

Students celebrate four years of hard-work and determination.