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Project Highlight: The Creation Wall

Currently there is a large blank wall in the entrance of La Sierra Hall. The H.M.S. Richards Divinity School would like to change that by placing large photographic prints of God’s creation. Above this magnificent photography exhibit would be the words, “In the beginning, God created…”

With your support we can turn this cold, empty void into a representation of the beauty of our Lord’s creation; and teach how to preserve it, and encourage action to live-out our mandate to live as stewards over His creation.

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In Summer 2025, the Ӱ̳ Wind Ensemble will have the privilege of touring across the beautiful country of Ireland, with performances taking place among some of the country's finest cathedrals and concert halls. Touring is an essential and unparalled part of a musician's college experience and a pivotal part of changing their world! 

Make a lasting impact on our students and their music by donating today! Your tax-deductible donation will ensure our entire ensemble will be able to tour the Emerald Isle. Thank you in advance for helping our students make memories that will last a lifetime. 

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The Emergency Student Aid Fund helps students who are in dire need of financial assistance due to unprecedented or unforeseen circumstances. When all other avenues of assistance have been exhausted, this fund enables students to stay enrolled, obtain necessary school supplies, and provides for other emergency needs. 

Through Alumni Initiatives, donors support La Sierra alumni events, help promote engagement, and ensure that the relationship with the alumni community remains strong. Yearly events such as Homecoming are a vital part of La Sierra’s ongoing legacy.

The Brandstater Endowment was established by Rhona Brandstater Hodgen, Bernard Brandstater, Murray Brandstater, and Lynette Brandstater Bellville in honor of their parents Roby and Frances Brandstater. The fund directly supports fine arts activities in the Brandstater Gallery and the Department of Art + Design.

This fund aids the Center for Near Eastern Archaeology in responsibly conserving and displaying artifacts, maintaining educational resources for the university, and providing research opportunities for students, scholars, and the surrounding community.  

Students in the Department of Music are supported by this fund, which aids in hosting group music experiences, helps supply the means for student performances, and continues to provide the essential tools for making and responding to music.

Via this fund, donors aid the H.M.S. Richards Divinity School in its work to prepare students for service and ministry through various areas of religious education from archaeological studies to pre-seminary programs.

The Golden Eagles fund directly supports the Athletics Department at Ӱ̳, where student-athletes not only compete for optimal results in various sports but also develop self-control, self-assurance, and leadership skills through hard work and camaraderie.

The School of Education fund supports both undergraduate liberal studies majors and those pursuing graduate degrees in various areas of education.

Research and development in the sciences is a long-standing part of Ӱ̳’s legacy. Donations to this fund help support myriad projects in our departments of Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Computer Science, Health & Exercise Science, Physics, and Psychology.

This fund will help build the Ӱ̳ Museum and Visitor Center. Ӱ̳’s various collections and artifacts have historically had separate leadership and management, but will be unified through one museum designed to provide our students and the community with a window to the past and a broadened view of our present world.

Funds donated here benefit the Tom & Vi Zapara School of Business, supporting students in their endeavors to create value and make a difference in their local and global communities through organizations like Enactus. 

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Tuition Gifts Note

Please note, contributions made directly to a student's tuition account are NOT tax-deductible by IRS policy and should not be made through this webpage. To help a specific student, please call (951) 785-2152 to speak with the Bursar office.

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