Because students, faculty and alumni are making an impact that resounds in our culture and across the world.
God is doing powerful, transformative work in the lives of students on campus. Your gift in support of Redeemer will make a difference in the lives of young people who chose the Christ-centred education offered here.
of the cost of educating a Redeemer student is covered by donations
of Redeemer students receive a scholarship or bursary to assist with their tuition
of Redeemer’s operating budget is funded by donations
thank you cards were written by students during Gratitude Week
infrastructure projects funded in the last 10 years through donations
By building on God’s faithfulness for almost 40 years, articulating a clear mission, and with the resources of a strong support community, our goal is to position Redeemer to succeed and grow in its mission of Christ-centred, holistic university education for the next generation.
Dr. Robert Graham, President
Gratitude Week is a way for students, faculty and staff to say “Thanks” to those who come alongside Redeemer to support us financially. This week highlights the contributions that have been made so students can better afford a Christian university education.
If you're not busy tomorrow night, tune into this discussion on Christianity and technology hosted by the student-run Academy Debate Club!
#redeemeru 💻Our next event is finally here! Join us virtually on March 5th at 7:00pm, where The Academy will be hosting a panel discussion on a Christian perspective on technology and the problems raised in Netflix documentary "The Social Dilemma".
Our panel speakers are Taylor Barkley, Dr. Derek Schuurman, and Peter Menzies. Audience questions will be taken!
Special thanks to the American Enterprise Institute for collaborating with us on the event!