Dean of Libraries
D.Ed.Min, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2006; M.Div., Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, 1982; M.L.S., Louisiana State University, 1979; B.A., Secondary Education Librarianship & English, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, 1977
J. Craig Kubic serves as Dean of Libraries and was elected to this post in May 2014. Previously he served 26 years as Library Director at another SBC seminary. His hometown is Alexandria, Louisiana. Dr. Kubic is committed to serving the men and women of SWBTS as they prepare to preach the Word and reach the world for Jesus Christ. He is a member of the American Theological Library Association and is the current chairman of its Collection Development Interest Group.
Additionally, he is active in the Association of Christian Librarians serving as Book Review editor for the association’s journal – The Christian Librarian. He is an ordained minister and a chaplain in the United States Air Force Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol.
His interest include reading, hiking, biking, kayaking, and watercolor painting. He and his wife Donna have one adult son.
The SWBTS Libraries are open and helping our students with #AnswersHere
Thank you Sean Wegener for including @SWBTSlibraries #ANSWERSHERE in your list of Five Noticeable Changes at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary! http://caffeinatedtheology.com/five-changes-at-southwestern/
#StudySkillsToolbox @SWBTSLibraries @SWBTS
TEST TAKING TIP No. 3 Multiple-Choice questions:
Read ALL the choices and SELECT the one that is truer than others; when the answer has numbers—cross out higher & lower; when you know two answers are correct — choose “All of the above”
Test Taking Tip No. 2 @SWBTSLibraries @SWBTS
TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS-If it has an UNCONDITIONAL word such as all, every, only , never, always–it is probably going to be FALSE
Soon, it will be Finals time! So this is the first in a series to help you do better!
Test Taking Tip No.1 Always preview the test so that you can determine how to balance your time for completion.