Adventist University Plans Transformation with Donation

Funds from a recent donation will enable Andrews University to improve education and update and construct several buildings on campus.Source: Adventist News Network

[April 18, 2007] Andrews University, a Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher education in Berrien Springs, Michigan, announced April 12 plans to transform the campus through the use of funds from aprivate donor. The gift of $8.5 million is the largest gift from a private donor in Andrews University history, said President Niels-Erik Andreasen. The donor has requested that the money be used to improve education and for the updating and construction of several buildings on campus.

"Andrews University is preparing to meet the educational challenges it faces in the 21st century, challenges of educational quality, values, diversity and a world perspective," said Andreasen. "This latest major gift will give ... the university a significant push forward. We are deeply grateful for the support of these special Andrews friends and to God for His blessings."