Southwestern's Needs

Southwestern’s fiscal needs comprise four broad categories. Prayerfully consider assisting us in meeting our critical needs.

Scholarships: While the Cooperative Program covers a portion of tuition for students who are members of Southern Baptist churches, students are responsible for the remainder. Scholarships free students from financial burdens so they can faithfully pursue training for God’s calling on their lives. Gifts to named and general scholarships give us the ability to provide much needed assistance to students.

Student Housing and Capital Needs: This covers expenses in the design, construction and annual operation of capital projects.

Southwestern Fund: The Southwestern Fund supports the operating budget and subsidizes student tuition, housing and services. It serves as the most effective way to help a student because every dollar to the annual fund is a dollar toward a student’s overall education costs, keeping tuition as low as possible.

Endowment Fund: Endowments support the future needs of Southwestern, including operating budget, academic programs, scholarships, professorships and academic chairs.

For more information on each of these needs, please contact  Mr. Mike Hughes, vice president for Institutional Advancement. To make a Kingdom impact by supporting Southwestern, you may make an online donation now  or investigate other ways to give.

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