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To Claremont School of Theology
Claremont is committed to preparing Christian leaders for serving an increasingly diverse world and your gifts help make this happen. With the help of donors like you we can attract and retain a top-notch faculty, offer online courses, improve our classroom technology, offer co-curricular activities, maintain our facilities, and continue to offer scholarships.
"As a Claremont alumnus, I've personally benefited from the generosity of donors. Now as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, I have the honor of seeing how many people choose to support us every year. I wish I could thank every donor personally." Rev. Dr. David Richardson
Most of our students receive some type of financial aid. Due to the many endowed scholarship fund and annual scholarship donations, we are able to offer hundreds of scholarships each year. Beyond scholarships, donors also support our Community Life programs, students councils, facility maintenance and the library.
"It amazes me how generous people are to Claremont School of Theology! Not only have I benefited personally though a scholarship, but I know that donors help make everything on this campus possible." David Myung, CST Student
Since its inception, ten endowed faculty chairs have been established at Claremont to support the salaries and benefits our faculty. These funds assist the school in attracting faculty that are nationally or even internationally recognized in their field of study. Donor support also allows our faculty to attend conferences and workshops to stay current in their area.
"One third of our faculty positions are made possible through Endowed Chairs, including my own. I am deeply greatful for the donors that make this possible." Dr. Helene Slessarev-Jamir, Mildred M. Hutchinson Professor of Urban Studies