Why Give?

Why Give?

Top 5 Reasons to give to Criswell College

1. Equip kingdom leaders

Whether it’s directly through scholarships or indirectly by helping finance operational expenses and capital improvements, every gift—no matter the size—helps us accomplish our mission of producing graduates who are equipped to make a difference for the kingdom.

2. Make up the difference

We keep tuition low by charging students only 27% of the total cost of their education. The rest is made up by faithful alumni and friends of the college who give generously to ensure that a Criswell education remains affordable.

3. Advance truth in the church and in the marketplace

Criswell has always been known for training its students not only to know and love God’s Word, but to apply it—no matter where their paycheck comes from. Your support of today’s students promotes the development of tomorrow’s leaders, men and women of character who are committed to truth.

4. Pay it forward

Whether you’re a Criswell alum or not, all of us have benefitted from the generosity of others. Giving to Criswell allows you to be that person for our current students, modeling the kind of stewardship to which God calls us.

5. Increase the value of a Criswell education

Your support allows Criswell to continue raising the caliber of our academics, recruiting new students, and expanding our footprint in Dallas. For those of you who are Criswell alumni, every gift goes to increasing our reputation and thereby increasing the value of your degree!

THE CRISWELL IMPACT

Witness the stories that have a new beginning because of your giving. 

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NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
Criswell College admits students who are Christians of good character, without regard or reference to race, national or ethnic origin, color, age, disability, or sex (except where regard to sex is required by the College’s religious tenets regarding gender and sexuality) to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of these classifications in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.