Thank you to everyone who made Giving Tuesday 2020 an incredible success. We exceeded our goal because of your generosity and belief in the mission of Southern Wesleyan University. With your help, we raised $52,245 this year; our highest Giving Tuesday total ever!
Giving Tuesday Encore! It is never too late to invest in SWU students like the ones we have been sharing about this past week. More can be done with your help. Give today to make 2020 SWU’s most successful year for scholarship giving ever. Give online or text SWUGT2020 to 41444!
Scholarships make a difference! Abril is a student, an NCAA athlete, and also a certified nursing assistant at a local emergency room. She serves as a role model for SWU students and alumni through her work ethic and Christ-like attitude. Check out her story about how the care and concern of SWU faculty member, Dr. Michelle Eller, along with generous SWU donors, helped bring her life into balance and put her on a pathway to apply her science and ministry education together as she serves on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19 now, and in the future as she aspires to become a medical missionary. Give now to help support students like Abril! Having trouble? Try our Facebook Donation Page.
During the last chapel service of every fall semester at SWU, Professor Jane Dill, Chair of the Fine Arts Division, takes song requests from the audience and improvises a Christmas medley from the song list. Stay tuned to the end for a special song surprise! Help make a difference in our students' lives with a gift of any amount today.
On November 13, the SWU concert choir under the direction of Dr. Don Campbell live streamed a fall concert. Enjoy the talented performance from our Division of Fine Arts students below! Give today to invest in our current and future SWU students.
The University Singers have led live worship on campus and recorded inspiring music videos in this pandemic-disrupted fall, while waiting to pursue their passion to share the love of Christ in churches and active-duty military bases around the world. Pray they can get back on the road in the spring. In the meantime, grab your earbuds or stream to your favorite external speaker and enjoy the hopeful harmonies of the University Singers with their rendition of "No Longer Slaves" by Jonathan David and Melissa Helser. Click here to learn more about the Singers ministry. Support SWU Student Scholarships by clicking here.