Bluffton's values endure

A community that touches home

"The events of 2007 and 2017 are important reminders that Bluffton’s mission and values endure during times of tragedy and tribulation and times of achievement and celebration. As members of the Bluffton University community we continue moving forward with energy, hope and faith, believing that the contributions we offer help create a better world." - Dr. James M. Harder


MemorialNearly 300 people were in attendance during the Feb.18 ceremony in Bluffton’s Founders Hall. The team was unanimously selected for induction in their first year of eligibility due to their remarkable courage and strength in responding to the March 2, 2007, accident in in Atlanta, Ga., when the team’s charter bus fell from an overpass on their way to spring training. >>> more


Beasley TwinsThrough shared experiences, from Chapels to Forums to trips across the swinging bridge and many late night study sessions in between, students form strong bonds at Bluffton; so strong the connections formed can develop into students building a second family right on campus. But eight current students came to campus with both their best friend and their closest family member already beside them. Four pairs of twins are currently studying at Bluffton. From freshmen to seniors, there is one pair for each class. >>>more


For the love of the gameBeing a student-athlete is difficult. From early morning lifting sessions to late night practices, student-athletes face an additional emotional, mental and physical toll on top of being a full-time student. But for many, the love of the game eclipses all challenges. This is especially true for senior athletes Adam Hopkins and Andrew Donnellon who have defied all odds, even dire medical diagnoses, through their love for the game. >>>more

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