Give to Taylor
Of all Taylor students, 61% qualify for need-based financial assistance. Much of these needs are met through financial aid provided by the Taylor Scholarship Fund and Scholarships. We are so grateful to have faithful and generous alumni and friends, like you, who contribute time, talent, and treasure to further our mission to develop servant leaders marked with a passion to minister Christ’s redemptive love and truth to a world in need.
Here, you can check out different ways to make your contribution to the Taylor Community. If you would like to invest in the lives of students, give online today or contact us for more information on how you can get involved.
Taylor Scholarship Fund
The Taylor Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for students who need financial assistance. Learn how the Taylor Scholarship Fund has helped students who have financial need as well as how giving can benefit you.
Read and watch how our new Campus Center will help our community continue to be intentional in its interaction with those on campus and in the surrounding areas while also finding ways to support this project.
Ways to Give
There are several different ways you can give to Taylor University. Find out these ways to see which giving channel suits how you would like to give best.
Planned giving is designed to help you plan your specific vision for your bequest of gift. By visiting this page, you can also find out how to make a planned gift to Taylor University.
Women's Giving Circle
Read how the Women’s Giving Circle combines their resources to support the Taylor Scholarship Fund while also providing opportunity for personal involvement in decision making.
By purchasing or renewing a Taylor license plate, you directly support a student financially through the Taylor Scholarship Fund. Found out how you can get or renew your Taylor plate.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to call, write, email or just stop in at any time. We’re always glad to hear from you.
of Taylor students receive financial aid.
of gifts to scholarships or the Taylor Fund help meet the needs of these students.