The former Cleveland campus currently serves as the home of , an institution supported by the Church of God.] From its inception, BJU has been located in the South "but has never had a predominantly southern constituency." In 2006, the state with the largest number of students enrolled was South Carolina, but many of these were married students who had moved from other parts of the country to attend the University.Other states with large representations in the student body are Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Ohio.
To emphasize that marriage is between one man and one woman, the university has twice endorsed the Bush-Dick presidential ticket. United States, the Supreme Court considered the constitutionality of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) denying tax exemptions to religious institutions that practiced racial discrimination.Generally, the IRS provides a tax exemption to institutions organized exclusively for religious or charitable purposes.A neat, Sunday-evening-church type look is expected.Again, probably no more than what you're already used to, if you're from a Christian high school.