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Northern Seminary is a global digital seminary, where individuals can learn from world-class faculty while thoughtfully engaging the pressing questions of today. We do this through rigorous biblical scholarship and robust theology. We are a place where many people come to deconstruct their faith while developing tools in its reconstruction. We are proud of our American Baptist roots and continued affiliation, while many members of our community come from a variety of Christian traditions.
Students who attend Northern describe their experience as lifegiving and liberating. We are committed to keeping seminary affordable, which means tuition only covers a portion of the total cost to provide a seminary education to our students. A gift to Northern Seminary allows us to continue to provide an education that not only transforms one life, but that multiplies as that education is shared with others.
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The Northern Fund
The Northern Fund allows the school to apply funds to immediate needs. These funds can support a variety of needs such as technology required to deliver our world class education, paying for our wonderful faculty, and providing scholarships to students. By making a gift to the Northern Fund, you are helping to meet the most immediate needs of the school.
To support the Northern Fund, designate the fund as your desired area of impact when you donate.
The Scholarship Fund
Many of our students who attend Northern will go into a life of ministry. Giving a gift of scholarship can be the deciding factor on if someone will attend seminary. A gift of scholarship is the gift that keeps on giving—it not only benefits the recipient, but everyone directly impacted by their seminary education.
To support the Scholarship Fund, designate the fund as your desired area of impact when you donate.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to sustain an excellent educational environment? At Northern, there are many pieces working together to ensure an unparalleled educational experience for our students. Would you like to give to a specific piece of our ministry? Expand your impact and support the areas you are most passionate about.
- Campus Development
- Facility Maintenance
- Educational Technology
- Academic Advancement
- Student Resources
To support any of these specific funds, select “Other” within when you donate and enter your desired area of impact.
Amy Lee Stockton Legacy Society
Estate planning may seem a bit daunting, but with the right strategy you can establish a long term plan for the people and organizations that you love. To assist in this process, Northern Seminary has established the Amy Lee Stockton Legacy Society. This society, which is named after Northern’s first student who later became the first society member, has endured as a resource for those visionary leaders who wish to leave a legacy beyond their lifetime. It is never too late or too early to establish a plan for your estate.
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Planned & Endowed Gifts
A legacy gift by way of planned, bequest, or endowed giving is a meaningful way to impact Northern for years to come. We would love to talk to you about these options. To discuss please contact us to learn more.
Your Gift Makes a Difference!
Alumni Story: Cana Roth
Cana Roth is continuing her family’s legacy – with a twist. Her father and grandfather were both pastors. Roth never dreamed she, too, would be leading a church. But in January, 2015, she became the first female pastor of Elliott Avenue Baptist Church in Springfield, Illinois.
When Roth graduated from Houghton College with a degree in Communication with a minor in Music, she planned to build a career in either television production or theater. “As I tried making my way down that career path, nothing seemed to be working out for me,” she said. “In the year following college I found myself in a place I did not expect – living with my parents, broke, and working two part-time jobs. I felt like I had made a wrong turn somewhere and my life was shaping up to be a failure, and that’s when God broke in.”