At Cornerstone University and Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, our students do more than earn a degree. Under the direction of expert faculty, students discover the unique ways God is calling them to integrate faith and work for the advancement of His kingdom in our world. Here, Christ is in all—every lecture, every student organization and every athletic competition.
Give to Our Academic Initiatives
Select one of our campus giving initiatives to learn more and help us expand the influence of our culturally diverse learning community.
Ron Blue Center
The Ron Blue Center at Cornerstone University aims to give traditional undergraduate, seminary and adult learners financial management principles through the lens of a Christ-centered worldview.
GRTS M.A. in Social Justice and Nonprofit Leadership
In an effort to empower more students to embody their individual ministry callings, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary is expanding their degree offerings to include a Master of Arts in Social Justice and a Master of Arts in Nonprofit leadership.
Expansion of the Pathway Program
Pathway is a program designed to empower students by providing support systems both in and out of the classroom, such as free writing labs, one-on-one mentoring and bi-weekly study lab sessions. Students earn an associate degree after two years in the program and are then encouraged to pursue the completion of their bachelor's degree.
The Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology
The Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology is a space where students can learn, grow and become impassioned to use their training to help society flourish. With state-of-the-art technology and inspiring artwork, students are empowered to tackle environmental issues, create solid ethical medical foundations, develop innovations and design technologies.
Friends of the Library
Miller Library aims to provide the best possible research materials to our students, faculty, staff and alumni. Your gift, as a Friend of the Library, helps us to improve library services and collection development efforts.
Chorale Tour Fund
Cornerstone's Music Division prepares students to excel musically through discipline and character development, challenging their artistic sensibilities. The Cornerstone University Chorale has the opportunity to travel and share their gift of music with audiences nationally and internationally. Your gift to the Chorale Tour Fund ensures that travel costs remain manageable for current students and extends the reach of the ensemble's domestic and international ministry.
Mae La Refugee Camp Student Cohort
Asia Biblical Theological Seminary empowers Asian ministry leaders to make a difference in the world for Christ. ABTS has partnered with Kawthoolei Karen Baptist Bible School & College to offer a master's degree program for refugees within the Mae La camp.
If you are passionate about a particular program, student group or area of interest, call the Advancement Office at 616.254.1668 for more information about how you can partner with us.