It takes a lot to become one of the nation's top Christian colleges. It also requires a lot to remain there.
That’s why Palm Beach Atlantic University counts on people like you — men and women who share our vision of providing students with a Christ-centered education that gives them the foundation they need to be the strong, ethical leaders of tomorrow.
If you want to support PBA’s goal of enlightening minds, enriching souls and extending hands, please give in one of the following ways:
The act of participating is more important than the size of your gift. Everylittle bit helps as your gift can spur many more. The Lord rewards a faithful steward!
"Give and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you." Luke 6:38
President Fleming has chosen for PBA's 2013-2014 theme the phrase "PBA One." This theme is serving as a springboard for a unified effort to raise funds for the most important needs of the University. While in the initial phases, The Time is Now campaign has been launched and we seek gifts and pledges over three years to fund the completion of our Rinker Athletic Campus, build scholarship endowment and provide program development and enhancement funds.
Our goal is $18,000,000, and we are confident, with the help and support of some of our most loyal and faithful donors and friends, we will succeed. Everyone can play a part in our campaign. Of course, your prayerful consideration of a gift and/or pledge is welcome. We invite you to drive by theRinker Athletic Campus, so you can see first-hand, the progress on its development. If your interests are in assisting students through scholarships, you may consider naming and endowing a scholarship that will last in perpetuity. Or PBA may have a special academic or student program area that you wish to support.
Giving is easy and gives great joy. Please contact me if I may share the vision for The Time is Now campaign and how it will significantly impact our students and community.
Vice President for Development