Dallas Baptist University

3000 Mountain Creek Parkway - Dallas, TX 75211
  • Region: Southwest
  • Campus Setting: City
  • Size: Small

At Dallas Baptist University, we believe the future is in God’s hands. We believe hope and compassion can change the world. Through a vibrant faith community, our students are encouraged to discover their calling and make it a reality. They are shaped to become Christ-centered servant leaders whose heart is to transform the world for the glory of God.

You have unique gifts and a unique calling. You want to prepare yourself for the career and calling that lie ahead. But what are your next steps? What do you do? How can you be sure that your future is in good hands?

DBU offers a transformative educational experience where students are challenged to integrate faith in all their studies and throughout their daily lives. DBU offers education to meet your calling. We have 80+ majors to explore. Our students enjoy a 13:1 student/faculty ratio, allowing students to connect with faculty and staff and to grow academically, spiritually, and professionally via a mentoring partnership.

Gain more than a degree. Receive a transformative educational experience that makes your calling a reality. A DBU education does not end after four years. A DBU education is forever.

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About Dallas Baptist University

Founded in 1898, DBU has one mission-to transform the lives of students who will transform the world, all for the glory of God. We offer a variety of educational opportunities for individuals of all ages and academic backgrounds-including degree programs at the undergraduate, master-s, and doctoral levels, as well as continuing education and certificate programs. Through it all, we seek to integrate faith and learning and develop individuals whose desire is to serve the world. We invite you to discover DBU and join us in our one mission.

Mission Statement

The mission of Dallas Baptist University is to provide Christ-centered quality higher education in the arts, sciences, and professional studies at both the undergraduate and graduate levels to traditional age and adult students in order to produce servant leaders who have the ability to integrate faith and learning through their respective callings.