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Give to the Mission of SDC

Be a part of the mission and continue the tradition of equipping Christian leaders to impact the world for Christ. Consider how you wish to give to SDC current and future students by being a part of securing our Future!

WHY GIVE

There are several reasons for why we think you should give to San Diego Christian (SDC). Each year, 95% of students receive financial aid assistance to receive an education in a learning environment that believes in the foundation of a Christian worldview built on truth. Staff and faculty are committed to investing in the lives of each student that passes through these doors in order to equip them with the truth they need to pursue their passions and impact the world for Christ.

MAKE A GIFT

By Phone: 619-201-8711

By Mail:

Attn: Advancement Office
200 Riverview Parkway
Santee, CA 92071 

OPPORTUNITIES TO GIVE

  • General Fund
  • Honoring our Heritage and Advancing our Future Campaign
  • Residential Apartments
  • Athletic Facilities
  • Performing Arts Center
  • Academics
  • Missions

*Gifts to the General Fund provides more flexibility for how SDC can take advantage of beneficial opportunities.

REFER A FUTURE HAWK

One of the greatest ways you can give back is by referring future hawks. Click here to fill out the Refer a Hawk form and receive a free t-shirt!

Refer a Future Hawk and recieve a free t-shirt!

 

 

GENERAL FUND

Gifts to the San Diego Christian Fund provide the flexibility desired to allow the College to utilize funds for beneficial opportunities that provide development, growth, and impact.

 

FINANCIAL AID

About 95% of SDC students receive financial assistance. By giving towards financial aid, you provide the necessary funding to encourage and support students seeking a liberal arts education in an environment that relies on the foundation of a Christian worldview.

 

ATHLETIC FACILITIES

One in two SDC students is a student-athlete committed to academic excellence, athletic success, and community engagement. The building of the new athletic facility will not only house Hawks athletics, but will provide the podium for community outreach.

 

RESIDENTIAL APARTMENTS

The rich community at SDC is evident through the intentional activities and support provided by staff and faculty. Residential living spaces allow students to successfully excel in academics by providing a supportive environment of peers, student leaders, and student and spiritual life staff.

 

PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Every year, the SDC Performing Arts Department showcases several musical productions from student recitals to musicals, like Cinderella. The unique aspect of the musical shows is the diversity of students who participate over a vast amount of degrees and emphases. With a close-knit community, students are able to integrate their passions and talents by taking part in musical productions, while pursuing an unrelated degree. Providing a space to host SDC’s performing arts will result in a home that inspires creativity and artistry, while fostering community.

 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Technology and research advances create ongoing change in the learning environment. In order to provide students with a quality degree, funds are needed to provide academic programs with the resources, tools, and reputable professors to develop students of excellence.

 

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