Giving | Shorter University

Have you ever wanted to “Make a Difference” in someone’s life or, on a bigger scale, in the lives of a large group of people? Do you think about the impact your life has beyond your family, work, church or community? If this is you, and you have a desire to reach outside of yourself to affect positive change in others and the future, then here is an opportunity for you to do just that through Shorter University.

2016 is the year for you to “Become a Difference Maker” in the lives of students at Shorter University. Many of our students are first generation college students who have dreams that will take them beyond the past. Some are students whose families are struggling to keep them in college. Some students come from other countries for an education that is not offered in their homeland. Some may be future doctors and nurses who could one day save your life or that of a family member.

Join us, help us, partner with us to provide scholarships, well-equipped classrooms, renovated facilities, competitive athletic programs, strong academic programs and faculty, engaging student programming, and so much more. There are no limitations to what is possible by investing in Shorter students.


Has one of these teaching legends helped you become the person you are today or helped impact someone you know? With almost two centuries of combined teaching experience at Shorter University alone, these individuals are not just professors—they are legends: Dr. Craig Allee (Science), Dr. Richard Cowan (Mathematics), Dr. Terry Morris (History/Honors), and Dr. Alan Wingard (Music/Fine Arts) are our legends of teaching excellence. Learn more

At Shorter University, we want to ensure that we are providing our students with every opportunity to meet their fullest potential. To encourage our students in their pursuit of a healthy lifestyle, the University has identified the development of the Shorter Wellness Center as an immediate priority. The facility will also boost our ability to recruit and retain the best and the brightest students. Learn more


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