Giving Campus Center

Support and Contribute

The proposed Campus Center serves multiple purposes, but all of them are subordinate to the whole—a greater convergence of intentional interactions. Taylor University doesn’t need buildings to create discipleship community, but the new Campus Center will allow us to be more deliberate and intentional in ministering Christ’s redemptive love and truth to a world in need.

Why are you so important to this project?

Because this building is designed to bring people together, Taylor wants to give its students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and friends the opportunity to make it happen. We want everyone, who has experienced Taylor’s discipleship community and can understand the impact this building will have on our campus, to see how they can support the project.

Your Support Matters

Taylor needs your prayers. We have prayerfully sought God’s direction and guidance in each and every decision surrounding the Campus Center. A project like this, that means so much to our community, can’t be done without your prayer and support. We invite you to participate in praying with us through the duration of the fundraising and building process.

Your Contribution Matters

A building project doesn’t happen without funding. Consider a contribution of any size—give $20, $200 or $2,000—as a way of participating in the advancement of Taylor’s community and mission. Any amount you can afford to give counts toward making this project a reality.