Our faculty members challenge their students, share insights gained through professional experience and communicate the knowledge they've spent a lifetime acquiring. They don't rely on teaching assistants (Bluffton doesn't have any), and they're supportive in the classroom, active in the community and committed to teaching. With most classes smaller than 20 students, allowing for personal relationships to develop between Bluffton students and faculty, it's no surprise that U.S. News and World Report ranks Bluffton University in the top tier of Best Baccalaureate Colleges in the Midwest.
BOTSWANA cross cultural
Dr. Kathryn Spike, an assistant professor of English, discussed the concurrent use of two languages—English and Setswana—in Botswana during a campus colloquium in January. Spike has led two cross-cultural groups to Botswana and is the head of the TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) program. More info >>>>
student, prof. explore
Professors perform alongside Bluffton students and community members in music ensembles, including instrumental and vocal groups, such as the annual performance of Handel's Messiah. More info >>>>