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We exist to invest in the lives of current Southwestern Women and support the legacy of Christ-centered education that equips God-called women at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels for a lifetime of ministry. We are women who seek to support and invest in the lives and legacy of Southwestern Women through financial giving, prayer, mentoring, and service.
Membership is renewed annually each September and is open to women, alumni, friends of Southwestern, and any female relatives of students, faculty, and staff of Southwestern. Join us as we share our support for God-called women as they pursue a lifetime of ministry.
This mentoring ministry awards graduating female students and wives of graduating students with fully accessorized, “head-to-toe” outfits for graduation, job interviews, and ministry opportunities.
Explore the many ministries of the Women’s Auxiliary and find out how you can get involved.
We are honored support the education and ministry of the strong, gifted, and called women of Southwestern Seminary.
Membership is renewed annually in September and open to any woman, alumna, friend of Southwestern, and female relative of Southwestern students, faculty and staff. To join, visit the SWBTS Giving page and select “Women’s Auxiliary” as the designation of your gift.
Upon joining or renewing your membership, you will receive an invitation to our events and monthly newsletters on Southwestern Women, prayer requests, accountability on fundraising goals, new scholarships available to women, and upcoming service projects to Southwestern Women. New members will receive a welcome packet from our Women’s Auxiliary Coordinator.
Karen Collett has served at Southwestern Seminary as the Women’s Auxiliary coordinator and a development officer in the Office of Institutional Advancement since June of 2007. She works with women who connect with Southwestern through prayer, service, and giving. Karen’s late husband, Dana Walter Collett, was a pastor in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. Corridor until 1997 when he succumbed to Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. God has continued to wrap his arms around Karen’s life after being in the role of pastor’s wife for 23 years. Karen has three daughters and six grandchildren.