"My Truett years were great," says 1997 Truett graduate Jeff Raines. "I was in the first class at Truett and found out about it through that initial publicity surrounding the founding of the school. Given the turmoil at other Baptist seminaries at the time, Truett was an easy choice. I also found Dr. Robert Sloan's (then president of Baylor University) vision of a smaller seminary with seminar format classes and the study of original texts very compelling."
Jabu began at Truett in the fall of 2006 as a dual degree student working toward attaining her Masters of Divinity alongside a Masters of Social Work in Baylor University's School of Social Work. When Jabu completes her dual degree in 2010, she will have a total of four degrees from Baylor. Laughing Jabu says, "I love to learn!"