he Honoring our Heritage – Advancing our Future Campaign was launched in February 2011 as a part of the 40th Anniversary Celebration at SDCC. The campaign was publicly released after the Riverview complex became the potential future home of San Diego Christian College. To date, over 200 individuals have partnered with SDCC to create a sustainable future for the next generation of Christian leaders. In February 2012 the Conditional Use Permit for San Diego Christian College was approved by the City of Santee and on May 4, 2012 the purchase of the new home of San Diego Christian College was finalized.
Since the kickoff of Honoring our Heritage, Advancing our Future in February 2011, great progress has been made. You can feel the excitement around campus in our Board of Trustees, faculty, staff, and students. There are many conversations about how God is preparing the way for SDCC to move forward. This journey has been a faith builder for our entire SDCC family.
Since the building purchase was finalized in May, plans are progressing to kickoff Phase 2 – Interior Build Outs. This is a very exciting time to get involved in a tangible way.
We look forward to partnering with you to influence future generations of Christian leaders to impact the world for Christ.
The new campus will allow for the continued vision of impacting the world for Christ through the relationships students, staff and faculty will develop within a thriving local community.
“I will always owe a huge debt of gratitude to SDCC for introducing me to my wife (Jennie), giving me some of the best friendships I have ever made, and for the incredible education I received. My time at SDCC prepared me well for the calling the Lord has on my life. That is why I am so excited about the campus relocation. It will allow hundreds of other students like myself the opportunity to maximize their potential and lead lives of purpose and significance. When you give, you are not giving to a building of brick and mortar, but to enrich and enhance the lives of all who enter those buildings.” - Matt Krause, SDCC Class of 2003, SDCC Board Member, and Texas State House of Representatives District 93