Dr. Stan Norman has been chosen to lead WBU.
All-State clarinet player from Pocahontas signs commitment.
Performance begins at 7 p.m.
Dr. Robert Sluka to present “Hope for the Ocean.”
Event runs from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Two students inducted during ceremony on February 28
Book Fair runs through the 13th.
Somerville exhibits “beasts” March 1 in Maddox Center.
Conference held for smaller congregation churches.
Iconic figure at Williams passed away Sunday, Feb. 18.
Dinner begins at 6 p.m.
Annual event entertains elementary students.
Works from across Northeast Arkansas on display through Feb. 21.
Charles & Jackie Snapp meet students who receive their scholarships.
Classes and offices are open.
Classes called of due to prospect of icy weather.
Exhibit open Feb. 12 – Feb. 21.
Alum from Dexter, Mo., leaves part of estate to his alma mater.
Exhibit open Feb. 6 – 18.
Professor joins review committee.
Event set for Feb. 5.
Williams back on standard schedule after snow day.
Events begins at 7 p.m.
WBC closed due to wintry conditions.
WBC operating on standard schedule after escaping icy weather.
Faculty and staff honored for time at Williams.
Students with G.P.A. of 3.5 or higher honored
Walnut Ridge industry supports annual scholarship fund.
New, mobile friendly website at WilliamsBaptistUniversity.com.
Dr. Bob Magee to chair presidential search committee.
Startup now serves as Williams interim president.
Longtime Pocahontas High School director will launch WBU program.
Williams students lead worship at fall retreat
Williams students have been on mission this fall in Arkansas
Four students inducted into Zeta Alpha chapter
Ribbon cut on newest residence hall.
Dedication set for Friday, December 1.
Drop-in reception from 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Professor honored for service to Williams.
Madelyn Hawley and Jay Branch voted Queen and King by Williams student body.
Show runs Friday – Saturday.
Events planned for entire day.
Lecture set for Thursday, October 26
Dr. Kenneth Startup to serve as interim president.
Production set for Nov. 3 & 4.
Community invited to annual event.
Richards writes epilogue for published book.
Harris appointed to State Review Committee by Governor Hutchison.
Richards writes and presents paper at conference in Scotland.
Event begins at 7 p.m.
Recent alumnus presents $10,000 to fund new scholarship.
Walnut Ridge firm gives toward WBU transition and LawCo Success Scholarship.
200-voice choir will perform in Manley Chapel Oct. 12.
New program allows law enforcement professional to complete bachelor’s degree.
WWI display to be featured in Felix Goodson Library during October.
Announcement of historic move made during chapel service.
Board takes actions during regular meeting Sept. 15.
Alumnus and longtime trustee passed away Sept. 11, 2017.
Magazine ranks Williams in upper echelon of Southern colleges.
Large jump in freshman class size leads to overall boost in enrollment.
Recipients from each of the four high schools in Lawrence County.
Grammy-nominated singer & songwriter performs, gives testimony.
History scholarship named for late Williams professor.
Chevrolet Suburban to be used by campus police department.
Estate of Siloam Springs woman funds new scholarship.
August 20 concert helps support student missions.
Williams BLUE and First Fair presented for community businesses & organizations.
Professors take the leaderhsip of Christian Ministries and History departments.
Professor reaches rare milestone.
Business students bring home 10 new awards from NLC.
Randolph County native will begin teaching at WBC this fall.
Students with GPA of 3.5 and higher honored.
Nineteen students complete first year of honors program.
Diplomas awarded to 102 graduates.
Graduates earn prestigious award.
Eight students were inducted into the honor scholarship society.
Ceremony begins at 10 a.m. in the SMC.
Eight students were presented awards
Flood waters are receding, and Hwy. 63 has reopened.
Williams in constant communication with local authorities.
Williams operating as normal, but we pray for the flood victims.
Williams will accommodate students who can’t reach campus due to flood.