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John Brown University

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ADDRESS: 2000 W. University City Siloam Springs
State ARZip 72761

   479-524-9500

John Brown University

Awardee: 2015, 2016, 2017

Siloam Springs, Arkansas

4-year, Regionally accredited

Degrees: Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's

www.jbu.edu

With popular undergraduate programs in Business and Family Services and graduate programs in Counseling (Marriage, Family, Mental Health), John Brown University is a comfortable, friendly, low key rural institution. We like it because costs are reasonable, academic metrics are impressive, and importantly, students love the place.

The relatively small enrollmennt (approx. 2800) means you won't be swallowed by a huge, busy, impersonal campus. John Brown University's location is on the Oklahoma-Arkansas state line about 85 miles east of Tulsa. If contemplative learning is attractive to you take a close look at this school.

Although John Brown University's stated mission, vision, and values all lead with the words "Christ-centered," the institution registers with the National Center for Education Statistics as "religious affiliation not applicable." Read student comments below for their take on this school's religious atmosphere. And take a close look at John Brown University if you identify with these comments.

 



What our Students are Saying...

"JBU is a safe place to challenge yourself and try to figure out why you believe what you believe, as opposed to other Christian Colleges that are more focused on "indoctrination" rather than fostering one's own individual faith."

"The faculty really shines at this university. JBU is extremely particular about the faculty they hire, and students benefit from these top-notch professors who are also involved in the industry in which they teach."

"Going to a private Christian university, I was a little concerned about fitting in, as I don't "fit the mold." My family is not wealthy and I'm a little rough around the edges at first sight (with all my tattoos). But I have never felt more accepted than I do here."