Gutenberg College is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3)-organization
dependent upon the gifts and contributions of those interested in the
ministry of Gutenberg College, McKenzie Study Center, and Art Project.
Giving to Gutenberg College does significantly more than just provide
a sound academic education to the students and payroll to the staff
and faculty. You also participate in Gutenberg’s profound approach
to learning, which harkens back to a time in history when education
was intended to improve the heart and soul of a person. This approach
leads to spiritual maturity so that each student might stand firm in
his or her faith and engage the surrounding culture as an independent,
confident, and humble thinker. You can help provide something more
than mere job training. You can also bestow guidance and preparation
for life, which directly benefits the students, their employers, and
society as a whole.
In addition to fostering a profound learning environment at Gutenberg
College, giving to the college can benefit you in other ways, depending
on what you give and how you give it.
Gutenberg tries to make the education it offers affordable to every student who seeks it. Money from tuition does not cover the cost of the education, and Gutenberg does not receive any money from the Government. Gutenberg needs the ongoing financial support of those who value what it offers and want to make it available to others. Please consider donating when you are able (and even small donations help):
If you are interested in being a part of this unique ministry to college
students and others, please contact Gutenberg College’s provost, Peter Wierenga.
1883 University Street
Eugene, OR 97403