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Summer 2013

May 14: Café Corner: Work-Life Balance (Assembly Hall 5:00-6:30)

May 31: Family Fun Night

June 11: Café Corner: Work-Life Balance (Assembly Hall 5:00-6:30)

June 12: LeaderLive Workshop: Keep Calm & Know Thyself (Assembly Hall 11:30)

June 25: LeadersLive Speaker: Mike Sturdivant (Assembly Hall 5:30)

July 11: Summer Sizzler (Pool Area 3:00-5:00)

July 15: SWAT Event: Open Gym Day (Gym 3:00-5:00)

July 23: Café Corner: Work-Life Balance (Assembly Hall 5:00-6:30)

August 13: Stress-Free Zone (All Day)

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Campus Housing

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On-campus housing is a safe, convenient, and affordable living alternative for Baptist College students in Memphis. Our housing is designed for single students who are without children and/or spouses. The environment is supportive and energetic.

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Sheri Whitlow

Sheri
Whitlow
Academic Operations Coordinator
Campus Location: 
Main Campus
Phone: 
901-572-2663
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Sheri Whitlow has been with the Baptist Memorial Hospital and Baptist College of Health Sciences family since September 1996. She is currently serving as the Academic Operations Coordinator of Student Services.

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Lee
Danley
Student Activities Officer
Campus Location: 
Annex
Phone: 
901-572-2658
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Lee Danley came to Baptist College in June of 1999. Lee earned his BS degree in organizational management from Crichton College, Memphis, Tennessee, in 1998 and his MS degree in management: organizational leadership in 2005 from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Lee is a doctoral candidate at Northcentral University in Prescott, Arizona. Lee is also a graduate of the Leadership Memphis program, Class of Spring 2009 and serves a certified Stephen Minister through HOPE Presbytarian Church in Cordova, Tennessee.

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Bill Finnell

Bill
Finnell
College Counselor
Campus Location: 
Main Campus
Phone: 
901-572-2660
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Student Life Staff

What if I am unsatisfied with my assignment?

BCHS is hopeful that all residents will have pleasant roommate experiences. We recommend that you set boundaries with in the first couple of days of moving into the room- even if you already knew your roommate. The next step would be to communicate any issues or annoyances as they arise. Waiting or ignoring issues can create additional problems, which often make reconciliation unattainable.

What size are the rooms?

The sizes of rooms are all the same. The living area of each room is roughly 9’x12’. The closet, desk area, some usable balcony space (for inside balconies, and private bathroom (with a full tub) increase the room size a bit. {Click here for pictures}

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