Mike Shrock has been a University Representative at BJU for years, visiting BJU feeder churches and schools around the country and advertising for the school. But a search of the University website now shows he’s been scrubbed from their records, and the page he used to occupy now shows just one Representative, Chuck Kitrell. The only mentions for “Shrock” at bju.edu are now related to either his wife, who is on the Nursing faculty, or to old .pdfs containing Mike’s name (which, being .pdfs, probably could not easily be edited to have his name removed).
The Wayback Machine tool shows that Schrock was removed some time between January 24th and today. Click here to see how the page looked on that date.
Shrock’s personal Facebook indicates his relationship with BJU ended this month:
Shrock also made waves with a number of other questionable activities: leaving door hangers on doors of prospective students, chatting up underage girls on Facebook, questioning the “consensual” nature of sexual assault situations, and discouraging Christian young people from entering the military because “just about everyone who is saved and been through the military say [sic] it is not a good place for a Christian.”