Who Benefits From Your Gift
The immediate recipients of a gift to Faulkner University are the thousands of students who benefit from the Christ-centered, nurturing educational experience Faulkner provides. In turn, these students leave Faulkner as adults who effect change in the world for the case of Christ. Such a ripple effect is made possible by the generosity of our faithful supporters. But don't take our word for it - hear what our students and alumni have to day about the influence of your gift:
Rebecca Burylo, junior, journalism - I had no idea what God had in store for a Yankee like me as I moved with my family to the beautiful state of Alabama, which I now call home. The moment my family and I pulled onto campus, I felt like the Lord was leading me here, like I belonged. That feeling has never left. My professors are a wealth of knowledge and full of first-hand experience. They come in each day with a smile on their face ready to teach. They love God, and they love their students. It was here, through my professors and career fairs, that I discovered my passion for journalism. I feel blessed to be a part of such a beautiful and loving campus. My experience here has left me well equipped physically, intellectually and spiritually, to face not only the challenges of an exciting career in journalism, but also the challenges of keeping a strong faith in God in an ever-changing world.
Dr. Rick Williams ('01), optometrist - Going to Faulkner University benefitted me in every way possible. Academically, I had the personal attention necessary to understand advanced Biology courses. Spiritually, I became grounded in my faith through Bible classes and my Christian brothers and sisters. We should be thankful that someone shared the Gospel with us, and that men and women invested themselves in establishing Christian education. We should now pass on that blessing to future generations by supporting Faulkner University. I look forward to the day my children can make their transition into adulthood in a Christian environment like Faulkner University.