The Fund for Andrews supports student scholarships, academic research, and the heart of campus life. Donations to this unrestricted fund go to work each day for students by helping to make sure every student receives a quality Christian education and a life-changing academic experience at Andrews.
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AICER was established to promote and disseminate research both nationally and internationally. AICER seeks a broad-based financial partnership with professionals around the world. Your gift will fund critical research, which will inform educational practices and contribute to the development of effective schools and colleges. Thank you for supporting AICER.
The Adventist Digital Library exists to help spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world through direct and unlimited access to Adventist historical materials as well as other resources within copyright boundaries. Your gifts provide scholars, researchers, and historians the resources they need to publish new insights on Adventist theology and history. Teachers, pastors, parents, students, and the next generation of Christians can also take advantage of these documents. Your investment makes materials digitally available, and preserves Adventist history for future generations.
Established by Timbul, Ellen and Rachel Tambunan to honor their parents and grandparents, this scholarship is to be awarded annually to student(s) enrolled in the clinical laboratory science program at Andrews University.
The Andrews Community Counseling Center (ACCC) provides free psychological services to individuals in the Michiana community who may otherwise not have access to mental health care. We rely on donations to support resources that benefit clients and training of the graduate students who provide services at the ACCC, such as, replacing the 25-year-old carpet and furniture to create a more therapeutic environment. Funds are also needed for resources to enhance counseling, diagnosis, and treatment outcomes. By serving the community surrounding Andrews University, we seek to change the world by collaboratively improving the lives of those in our community. We affirm our faith in God by applying the knowledge we seek through scholarly endeavors with the compassion and care modeled by Christ.
This endowed scholarship was set up on December 26, 1990, by Madeline Steele Johnston in honor of her parents. Recipients are needy and worthy female students enrolled in any graduate program of the University, following a successful term of cross-cultural mission service (preferably six years of service, minimum of four years). Recipients are recommended and supervised by the Women's Scholarship Committee.
The Architecture Missions Group (AMG) supports a number of mission projects and provides hands-on learning experiences for students. Some of the current projects are: CERENID, a home for street boys in Bolivia, design of the Adventist University in Haiti, and The Palpa, Peru SDA Elementary School. Thank you for your financial support as well as your prayers.
The Tiny House Design/Build Project is an effort to serve others in need of low-cost housing, increase the hands-on learning opportunities for 5th year architecture students, and fulfill the mission of the School of Architecture by preparing highly skilled and well-rounded professionals. Gifts to this project will help us reach our goal of raising $70,000, which will allow us to build 5 tiny houses in Benton Harbor, Michigan, for those in need.
The Class of 1964 has partnered with the Arboretum for their 50-year class gift on this special renovation project for the area between Bell Hall and Johnson Gym. A garden area will be created with benches and trees where students can go to rest, study and rejuvenate. The project will cost about $12,000. This includes a new door, patio area, outdoor furniture, and labor costs. The Class of ’64 is excited to spearhead this project, and would love the support of donors like you to provide a great update to the landscape between two of our most well-used buildings.
Established by H. Thomas Goodwin in September, 2012, the Biology Graduate Legacy Endowed Scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing a graduate degree in Biology and who has an approved research proposal. Funds will be used to cover reimbursable expenses for research and discipline-specific convention travel, and possibly summer stipends. This fund honors the legacy of four Biology faculty, strong supporters of graduate education in Biology, who retired in 2012: Bill Chobotar, David Steen, John Stout, and Dennis Woodland.
The Black Student Christian Forum (BSCF) Alumni are making an effort to connect with our constituents and current students this year. We need your financial support to organize an eventful Homecoming weekend. Your gift will assist in producing creative services that will be both uplifting and enjoyable for all attending this special weekend.
Gifts to Buller Hall will be used for the new Undergraduate Learning Center.
Campus Ministries exists to engage students and support faculty and staff in a transformational relationship with Jesus Christ. Your funds make it possible for us to engage more student Chaplains, communicate more effectively, and offer much more training.
Support ministry in Cuba by giving toward the purchase of bicycles that will provide essential transportation for pastors and bible workers in urban areas. $150 buys one bicycle. 150 bicycles are needed.
Support ministry in Cuba by giving toward the purchase of durable laptop computers loaded with evangelism software and resources. $900 buys one computer. 25 computers are needed.
Your gift to this designation will go to support the area of greatest need in our ministry in Cuba.
Support ministry in Cuba by giving toward the building of mission outposts to serve as housing for indigenous missionaries serving in remote areas. $2,000 builds one mission outpost. 3 mission outposts are needed.
Support ministry in Cuba by giving toward the purchase of projectors and extra bulbs, ideal for sharing Christ’s message with large groups. $600 buys one projector. 10 projectors are needed.
The Chicharrones church (Pork Chops) named after the community where they are nestled, was flattened by Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and was never able to recover. Help us build a beautiful sanctuary for this growing and youthful congregation of more than 100 members. Total amount needed: $30,000.
The Caribbean Nations Club (CNC), in partnership with the Department of International Student Services, has established this scholarship fund to help ease the burden of Caribbean students who are facing financial difficulties in school. Donations to this fund will go to support struggling Caribbean students who are studying here at Andrews University. Criteria for scholarship will be based on the applicants’ need and desire to give back to the Caribbean upon graduation. We thank you for considering a gift to the Caribbean Student Scholarship Fund.
This fund was established on November 25, 2013, by Dr. Carmen I. Coballes and Dr. José E. Vega. This scholarship is to be awarded to a worthy and deserving student(s) of Latino cultural heritage who is/are pursuing an undergraduate degree in K-12 education with first preference given to a student(s) majoring in History, Science (any area), Mathematics, English, English as a Second Language (ESL), or Spanish language and culture. The recipient(s) has/have an average GPA of a B level or better and is/are a first generation Latino,educated (K-12) in the USA.
If no student qualifies based on the above requirements, the scholarship should be offered to a student(s) who meets the degree and major requirements with a GPA of a B average or better without consideration to ethnic group identity.
By making a gift to the Center for Adventist Research you are helping provide support for the ministry of the Center through the acquisition of new important historical materials for research and the advancement of special projects. Giving helps to fund digitization, pays for conservation of materials, and allows us to plan symposiums and develop publications to promote an appreciation of the history of the Seventh-day Adventist church.
The generous support received from donors to the UCRLA helps provide for our day-to-day necessities in the center, as well as our future plans for the program. Gifts to this fund help provide financial assistance to students who need it. Donations also support our goal of expanding to a separate building with enough rooms to offer one-on-one assessments, interventions, and a more up-to-date library with updated equipment and state-of-the-art electronic resources so individuals with dyslexia will have access to additional learning aids.
The Center for Youth Evangelism (CYE) is here to support, encourage and stand beside you as we seek to lead our young people to follow the Way, the Truth and the Life. Gifts to CYE help fund our mission to develop and provide the methods, resources and leadership necessary to inspire youth evangelism.
Charles LaCount taught 7th and 8th grade at what is now Ruth Murdoch Elementary School (RMES) from 1956 until his retirement in 1987. He loved teaching and especially enjoyed teaching history and shop. Funds collected in his memory will be used for worthy student scholarship at RMES.
The Class of 1965 is establishing this endowed scholarship, as their 50-year class gift project, in order to commemorate their time here at Andrews and benefit current students. The scholarship will be awarded to worthy students (both undergrad and graduate). The Class' goal of $15,000 will allow the scholarship to become endowed and therefore benefit students indefinitely. If this goal is not met, any funds raised will be awarded as direct scholarships. Thank you in advance for any support you can give - every gift will make a difference for students!
Cruise with a Mission operates as a ministry of the Center for Youth Evangelism (CYE), and is designed for young adults 18 and older so they can experience a "vacation with purpose." Gifts for Cruise with a Mission allow the trip to be a bit more affordable for each volunteer. Thank you for considering a tax-deductible donation towards our next trip.
Donated funds provide student travel expenses to Alaska, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Africa, Peru, Bolivia, and Guyana, as well as other countries where students provide aviation maintenence support for mission aircraft. Student expenses while in the host country are provided by the local mission entity.
Each year, students in the Department of Biology receive $30,000 to $50,000 in scholarship support, much of it from named endowments or from your alumni gifts to the Department of Biology Restricted Gifts Fund. Your generous partnership also helps keep our lab equipment up to date and some of you have targeted upgrading lab and teaching facilities. That kind of partnership has been crucial to our success. Thank you.
The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry uses the gifts from generous supporters like you to invest in new instrumentation. This is a vital part of all chemists' education and also supports a strong undergraduate research foundation for our students, which is strongly linked to success in professional schools, graduate schools and industry. Thank you for creating opportunities for students that will change their futures for the better!
Your thoughtful support helps to supply our newly renovated media studio and lab with the approximately $110,000 in equipment needed for things such as digital cameras, a teleprompter, lighting grid, microphones, cabling, and much more. Ultimately, you are equipping students to become effective change-makers for good through the power of media, and we thank you for your help!
Your partnership gift provides equipment, supplies, and projects for our students. Thank you for creating opportunities for students to challenge themselves and make contributions to society. Our department goal is to not just build something engineered by human minds, but build where success can be attributed only to God.
The generous support received from donors to the Department of History and Political Science helps to fund student activities and departmental needs such as our honors clubs Phi Alpha Thea and Pi Sigma Alpha, guest speakers, senior recognition, and the maintenance and acquisition of equipment. Thank you for helping to enrich teaching and learning in the Department of History and Political Science.
The generous support received from donors to the Department of Mathematics helps to fund student activities and departmental needs, such as student travel to conferences, the Math Awards ceremony, Senior Sendoff, Pi Mu Epsilon, and remodeling projects. Thank you for helping our students receive the best education and opportunities.
The Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences at Andrews University has been contributing to health care by educating leaders in Laboratory Medicine for more than 30 years. MLS students and faculty actively collaborate in researching ways to enhance clinical diagnostic methods and tools in areas where resources are limited. The funds that you donate will be used to maintain or upgrade our laboratory equipment, improve student laboratory spaces, support student and faculty research initiatives, and other department activities. Thank you for helping us create opportunities to educate tomorrow’s laboratory medicine professionals. “It’s not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving” – Mother Teresa.
Over the past 50 years, your partnership gifts to the Department of Music have provided critical resources to further our artistic and gospel mission. Your financial support to our scholarship funds help make it possible for students to develop their musical talents and to pursue the creative vocations to which they have been called. You have also funded our touring ensembles and have donated gift-in-kind instruments. Your gifts have an immediate impact on our students. Thank you for your continuing partnership.
Each year, our senior nursing students take part in the Intercultural Mission Nursing class, where they have the opportunity to go on a mission trip and use their skills and knowledge in a different cultural environment. Donations to this fund will help to purchase medical supplies that will be used during the trip. Thank you for your support of our nursing students!
Your generous contributions, no matter the size, are greatly appreciated by our DPT students and faculty. Your gift will be used within the physcial therapy department to maintain or upgrade our equipment, improve student laboratory, classroom and study space, support student and faculty research initiatives, and other department activities. Our goal is to provide learning facilities which are leading edge in physical therapy education while living out our core values of ‘family spirit, servant heart and inquisitive mind.’ The Andrews University Physical Therapy program continues to attract students who desire to learn within a Christian environment and produce graduates who model behavior which reflects Christian values in their physical therapy practice. Your contribution will help us meet our goal. Thank you!
Each year, DPT Students and Faculty volunteer physical therapy services at various locations across the globe. These mission trips give DPT students the opportunity to experience application of their skills in a different culture. Additionally, PT alumni are often part of the team which provides a mutually beneficial teaching and learning experience for our students and alumni. Gifts to this fund will assist with travel and accommodation costs as well as equipment needs for the site. Past mission trips have been in Honduras, Jamaica, and Bangladesh. Thank you for your generous donations to our mission fund!
Established on August 26, 1987, by the Andrews University Alumni Association Physical Therapy Chapter, this scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the professional physical therapy program at Andrews University.
Physics Forward supports forward thinking equipment purchases, project infrastructure, and educational activities that will give physics students hands on experience and prepare them for cutting edge experimental work. An atomic force microscope and a vibration-free room would open the world of nanoscience to our students; participation in national physics meetings would open research horizons to them.
Your gift to the Religion & Biblical Languages Department helps fund student activities and departmental needs, such as the cost for the practical service of Theology and Religion majors who regularly preach, teach, conduct seminars, visit, or participate in other ways in local churches in the community, both close to Andrews and further afield. Over the last couple of years, the department has led students to Cuba for evangelism, to Lebanon for mission, and to the Bible Lands for major insight into the history, culture, and spiritual message of the biblical world. Your support can help our students spread the gospel, whether here in our community or around the world.
Thank you for your support of the Social Work Department. Our students and faculty will benefit greatly from your generosity.
The Social Work Student Emergency (“Sunshine”) Fund is designed to help current social work students who are confronting emergency financial situations in their personal lives. Personal examples might include repairs to a car, supplementing a rent, utility, or medical bill, buying winter clothing for a student’s children, or supporting emergency travel. Please do NOT include a specific student's name when giving to this fund. Gifts given to the fund as a whole are tax deductible; donations to individual students are not.
Established by Cynthia R. Warren, on August 22, 2013, this memorial fund was established with gifts given in Dr. Warren's memory. Proceeds will benefit worthy and deserving student(s) enrolled at Andrews University who is/are prusuing a a) bachelors degree in English and whis is/are also b) African Amercian. If there are no qualifying African American students, the scholarship can be awarded to students who meet criteria a) only.
This endowment was established on December 12, 2013, by Dr. Max T. Taylor and Linda S. Taylor. This scholarship will be awarded to a worthy and deserving Senior who meets the following criteria: has a financial need; has a GPA of 3.5 or greater; is pursuing any bachelor's degree with a pre-med, pre-vet, or pre-dent emphasis; and is of good character. It is the donors' intention that, eventually, at least one senior student will have a full tuition scholarship. The scholarship selection should be made by a committee that includes the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, the Chair of the Department of Biology, and the Chair of the Department of Chemistry.
Professional colleagues and friends established this scholarship to honor Dr. Specht, who chaired the Department of Mathematics from 1947 to 1972. Awardees are students in the mathematics and physics departments, chosen jointly by the chairpersons of the two departments.
Established by Herald A. and Donna J. Habenicht on May 25, 1987, the scholarship is awarded annually to worthy and deserving graduate student(s) enrolled at Andrews University and pursuing a course of study in either the School of Education or the College of Arts and Sciences, with preference given to female students. This endowment was established in recognition of Edward and Cora Lugenbeal's many years of service in the Far East, Inter-America and South American Divisions of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
Established by Edwin E. and Elsie L. Buck on May 1, 1983, this scholarship benefits needy and worthy female students in any area or level of study. The scholarship is given as a tribute to the education the donors received as undergraduate students at Emmanuel Missionary College (class of 1943 and 1944) and as graduate students of Andrews University (both class of 1964), and in recognition of the privilege of serving on the Board of Trustees of Andrews University from 1977 to 1992.
This endowment was established by Dr. Elly Economou who was a professor in the religion department at Andrews for many years. This scholarship will be awarded annually to some needy and worthy student(s) who is/are undergraduate religion or theology majors.
Your partnership gifts provide support for student mission projects such as Engineers Without Borders club activities. Your gifts also support the initial effort in building community projects. Thank you for creating opportunities for engineering and computing students to participate in mission work using their specialized skills.
First the Blade provides assistance for unsponsored Seminary students who put their school-age children in church school. Our mission is to make it possible for all children of Seminary students to have religious education while their parents are studying, and for them to leave even more dedicated, Seventh-day Adventist, Christian disciples of Jesus Christ than they were when they arrived.
The virtual explosion of information technologies, access to new resources, and the vibrant, rapidly expanding universe of knowledge make the James White Library increasingly vital to the educational experience of Andrews University students. Your gifts to the Friends of the Library allows us to create collection endowments, purchase lounge furniture, new carrels and chairs, and special items of equipment to provide students with access to resources, formal and informal study spaces and state-of-the-art technology. Thank you for helping make exciting things happen through your financial support.
Since 1909, Griggs International Academy (GIA) has provided programs for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. GIA works with students who are at risk to help them earn a high school diploma while they support their families. Scholarship funds for students can mean the difference between whether they are able to finish a diploma or not. Thank you for your support!
The financial support Gymnics receives goes to cover the cost of team mission trips and much needed equipment. We thank you for every dollar given to our ministry. Once a Gymnic always a Gymnic.
This fund was established in August of 1992 by faculty and friends of the Department of Mathematics, in honor of Harold T. Jones, who chaired the department from 1972 to 1982. The scholarship is awarded to students in the Department of Mathematics.
Andrews University is commited to the health and wellness of our students, our whole University family and the communities we serve. A gift to the Health and Wellness Center will help us achieve these goals.
The Hisban Legacy Fund enables the ground-breaking archaeological research begun by professors Siegfried H. Horn and Lawrence T. Geraty at Tall Hisban, biblical Heshbon, in Jordan to be carried forward by current Andrews faculty and students. Donations to this fund also enable us to provide much needed employment for young men and women of Hisban as they help us build a Visitor Center where the site’s extra-ordinary biblical, classical, Islamic and global connections can be showcased. You can read more about this exciting project here: http://www.madabaplains.org/hisban/support-restoration.html
The generous support received from donors to the Hispanic Initiative helps to reach communities with a high presence of Hispanic teens and young adults and provides them with the information they need in order to obtain a college education. The Hispanic Initiative involves leadership activities in which college students reach out to college-age Hispanic youth and guide them to obtain a college degree. Thank you for helping our students to reach others and help them build a professional and spiritual future.
This endowment was established on September 9, 1996, by the Women's Scholarship Committee. The income from this endowment is awarded annually to worthy and deserving female student(s) enrolled at Andrews University to be chosen by the Women's Scholarship Committee.
The Siegfried H. Horn Museum houses over 8,500 ancient Near Eastern artifacts, including one of the largest cuneiform tablet collections in the United States, with over 3,000 ancient texts from Sumerian through Neo-Babylonian times. Your donation will be used to support the museum, purchase new artifacts, and expand exhibits. We deeply appreciate your support.
Investing in the Howard Center is an investment of culture, fine arts, and quality entertainment for students and the community alike. Your gift will help to continue the decade-long tradition of making the Howard Center your home for an exceptional concert experience.
Generous contributions to the J. N. Andrews Honors Program fund a range of enriching academic, spiritual, and social activities including research, conference presentations, church services, vespers programs, agape feasts, and the hospitality practices of the Honors Office where students gather to visit, study, and pray throughout the working week fueled by refreshing beverages and snacks. Contributions also support the ongoing improvements to our study, worship, and social venue, the Forsyth Honors House, which serves as an on-campus location where students can host and share a Sabbath meal, prepare together for an upcoming examination, or participate in Bible study groups. Thank you for supporting the J. N. Andrews Honors Program’s mission to maximize student learning at Andrews University through nurturance of excellence in academics, spiritual life, and service.
This fund honoring Jack Blume was established on June 30, 1999, by the Hinsdale Hospital School of Medical Technology and the alumni and colleagues of the Medical Laboratory Sciences Department of Andrews University. It will be awarded annually to committed and deserving student(s) who is/are pursuing education in Medical Laboratory Sciences (Medical Technology).
This endowment was established by the Joanne Cross-Coon Foundation on June 20, 1995. The scholarship is awarded annually to worthy and deserving student(s), enrolled as juniors or seniors at Andrew University and pursuing a degree in Medical Laboratory Science (Medical Technology).
The Jr. Cardinals program was created to provide Christian young people an opportunity to be part of a sports program where God comes first. It is for youth in grades 6 through 12, and is funded solely through player fees and donations. It is a parent-run program that strives to teach Christian values and sportsmanship as we represent Jesus to other teams and communities with whom we come in contact.
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This endowment was established through the Women's Scholarship Committee, on September 9, 1996, to benefit worthy and deserving female student(s) enrolled in the Theological Seminary. Recipients shall be chosen by the Women's Scholarship Committee.
Each year, students from the Community and International Development Program travel to Madagascar to do various community development projects. This year's projects involve building and supplying 20 chicken farms for single mothers in a poor rural community, digging a well for an orphanage center, supplying 40 benches and desks for the community school that we built last year, solar lamps for the students, and buying sports equipment for another rural community. Thank you for your financial support as well as your prayers.
The Mathematics Department is currently raising funds to create an Endowed Chair, which will provide the Department with the means to attract a faculty member who is outstanding in research, teaching, and service. Donations to this fund will go toward the $1.5 million minimum needed to create an Endowed Chair.
The Chaplain Scholarship will benefit students who are seeking to serve in the military, and who are not sponsored by their conference.
The Ministry Training Scholarship Fund goes to work right away to provide scholarship assistance to mainly international students taking mission studies. A primary focus of this fund is to help students in the Doctor of Missiology program receive training so they can become trainers helping local people in the 10/40 Window and in the secular West better reach out to those in the world religions of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and to secular/postmodern peoples. Thank you for partnering with us.
Established by the Class of 1963 as their 50-year class gift, this endowment benefits a scholarship to be awarded to a former student who has graduated from the Mission Pilot Program in the Department of Aviation, and is currently serving or preparing to serve in the Mission Field as a Mission Pilot. The purpose of the scholarship is to defray the education loans/expenses the recipient incurred while preparing for mission service.
Gifts to the Mission Training Program Endowment help to fund an endowed scholarship that will be able to provide assistance indefinitely to mainly international students taking mission studies. A primary focus of this fund is to help students in the Doctor of Missiology program receive training so they can become trainers helping local people in the 10/40 Window and in the secular West better reach out to those in the world religions of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and to secular/postmodern peoples. Thank you for partnering with us.
Gifts to this fund provide scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate music students, including help with last-minute financial needs in the registration process.
For over 20 years, we have offered worship services, engaging leadership training, and church membership development. We have overflow rooms on a regular basis and welcome your support to grow this ministry.
Gifts to this fund will be used to support faculty and student research activities above and beyond what is normally funded through the internal grant process, to cover travel expenses to national and international conferences, and to support the hosting of research conferences where our faculty and students can interact with other researchers from around the world.
The One Place is focused on reaching a multi-generational community that belongs, is safe, and has freedom through worship. Your funds can help us with creative resources for services, weekly refreshments, training of leaders, and support for those in need.
The Passion Play operates mainly from private donations. Your funds will help improve the overall experience, through the audio visual equipment, props, staging, and costumes. Thank you for your monetary support and your prayers!
This memorial fund has been established in memory of Dr. Richard W. Schwarz. This fund will help to sustain and preserve the Andrews University Arboretum by purchasing commemorative trees. Your memorial gift will assist the Arboretum in fulfilling its mission to provide a stimulating environment for our students, faculty, and visitors by preserving and enhancing our campus. Our trees and plants will continue to be a resource for education and research to our campus and the community.
Gifts to The School of Business will be used to purchase technical equipment to support the MBA online program.
The School of Distance Education serves the needs of Adventist students throughout the world. We have expanded our ability to offer courses online and to use technology to improve how we serve our students. Many of these students make great sacrifices for their education. We appreciate donations of any size to help us in serving these students.
Gifts to the School of Health Professions will be used to support interdisciplinary education, research, and clinics.
Near the end of the 2012-2013 school year, 8th graders from Ruth Murdoch Elementary School learned that some of their classmates would not be able to attend Andrews Academy the next school year due to financial reasons. They decided that something needed to be done, so they did it! They organized a walk-a-thon and raised over $10,000. This helped three students attend AA for the 2013/14 school year. Continued contributions to this fund help provide support to graduating 8th graders who have the desire to attend Andrews Academy, but require financial assistance.
This memorial fund has been established in memory of AU student Steaven Lichtenwalter who tragically passed away at the age of 24. Steaven spent his school years and summers working for Grounds, and this memorial fund has been established by his family to help support the Arboretum that he so beautifully helped to maintain. Your memorial gift will assist the Arboretum in fulfilling its mission to provide a stimulating environment for our students, faculty, and visitors by preserving and enhancing our campus. Our trees and plants will continue to be a resource for education and research to our campus and the community.
Your gift supports students in dedicating a year of their life in missionary service, here in North America or abroad. Your investment can, with training, and support, influence the lives of these courageous young men and women, now and for eternity.
*According to U.S. tax code, gifts that specify student names with the gift cannot be used for tax purposes.
At Andrews University every student has the opportunity to add a leadership certificate to their major degree program. Your donation helps us address the explosion of student interest in this new program.
Valerie Phillips, beloved assistant to the dean for University Towers, passed away on December 21, 2011. Dean Phillips dedicated 31 years of her professional career to Andrews University. Frances Faehner, vice president for Student Life, said of Valerie, "Among her many unique gifts, Valerie makes an intentional effort to note and remember the special interests (favorite food, collections, etc.) of her residents. She is known for countless acts of unexpected kindness that are especially meaningful to students missing the comforts of home and family." This fund is being established in her memory.
This endowment was established on December 8, 1993, by Stella Greig on behalf of friends of Veda Lesher, to benefit needy and worthy students who are women graduate students with a GPA of 3.0 or above.
Established by Rita J. Waterman on October 24, 2012, in honor of her parents, this scholarship will be awarded annually to students who are pursuing a bachelor degree in communication and are also enrolled in the Honors program. First preference will be given to a student from the Lake Union Conference.
The Women's Advisory Group established this endowment fund on June 10, 1992, to benefit needy and worthy student(s) who meet the criteria established by the Women's Advisory Board.
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