The School of Public Service and Administration will use A Day gifts to provide much-needed grants for students in the graduate programs, Masters of Criminal Justice and Masters of Public Service and Administration, to attend or participate in research symposiums and the Academy of Criminal Justice Seminars. Many of these graduate students are working full-time as public servants.
Because graduate scholarships are very limited, the College of Health Professions will use A Day gifts to provide financial assistance to graduate students in the Schools of Physical Therapy and Graduate Nursing programs who were students in our own undergraduate programs (nursing, kinesiology or other) for tuition, books, supplies.
A Day gifts going into the Christian Ministry Foundation Endowment provide scholarships for students answering the call into full-time Christian Ministry and Missions. It is designed to help students defray the costs of higher education and graduate with less college debt as they begin full-time ministry.
Through your A Day gifts to the Anderson Fund you can Light the Journey by: 1) helping fund scholarships for students of promise and/or need, 2) providing support for student development programs, the library, faculty development, athletics, campus ministries, academic programs, or the fine arts, and a host of other programs and services, 3) helping maintain our existing campus and providing for new facilities and equipment and 4) providing for annual operational needs.