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Schlabach Scores 2000th Point
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Empowering Clients
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  • Amanda Torres-Sanchez fulfilled her long-held dream of working an internship with Children's Miracle Network (CMN) last fall! 🏥

With a passion for philanthropy, Amanda organized a successful silent auction during high school that benefited CMN, creating a lasting connection. As a senior interdisciplinary major at Bushnell, her connection with the organization culminated in her internship, where she received a diverse experience that offered insights into the multifaceted world of development work. Responsibilities for the internship included, event coordination and preparation for various fundraising efforts, and engaging in discussions about collaborations and partnerships, including an ongoing one with Bo Nix, which help raise support and awareness for the children and families treated at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.

Reflecting on her goal of working in the non-profit sector., Amanda emphasized that the internship prepared her for a dynamic work environment, reinforcing her interest in development. Great service work, Amanda! 👏

Read the full story on our website!
    2 hours ago
  • Experiencing the Pacific Northwest 🌲⛰️ with times for reflection, solitude, and fellowship at our annual Junior Discernment Retreat! Way to go, Juniors!
    1 day ago
  • Through his multifaceted experience as a Beacon, alumnus Riley Anderson '20 reflects on how his time at Bushnell University equipped him for his career in real estate.

While studying theology and practicing on the court as a basketball player, Riley experienced the close-knit community Bushnell has to offer that not only supported his academic pursuits, but also fostered personal growth and development through meaningful connections with classmates and professors. His time within the theology program was instrumental for his career preparation, which provided opportunities to hone his critical thinking and analytical skills, as well as an emphasis on ethics and social responsibility.

Riley carried the professional and interpersonal skills he gained through his Bushnell experience into his role as a loan officer at Nova Home Loans. A third-generation mortgage professional, he was immersed early in the mortgage industry and his aspirations to demystify the complexities of the field for his clients informed his career approach. For Riley, the mortgage industry plays a critical role society allowing clients the opportunity for financial stability and growth. As a loan officer, being entrusted with guiding clients through a significant financial decision is a core responsibility of his career, one that helps empower individuals to invest in their futures and future generations.

Riley offers a wealth of advice for students, emphasizing the importance of being open to learning in the early years of career development, recognizing the value in serving, and concluding with, "view the initial years of your career as an extension of your education... Embrace challenges and feedback as opportunities for growth, and remain adaptable to the evolving demands of your profession.”

Read the full Q&A on our website!
    4 days ago
  • Repping Bushnell has its perks! 💙💛
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#campusfun #universitylife #eugeneoregon #bushnellbeacons #christianuniversity
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  • 👏 Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Coalwell for winning this year's Bash-Whisler Bible Contest with her readings of Pslams 129:1-14 and Romans 8:28-39!

The contest was a powerful event hearing from our finalists (left to right) Kayla Coalwell, Kalani Miller, and Dennis Cox as they spoke the Word to an attentive audience of students and staff with passion and sincerity. We love the devotion to scripture from all who participated! We look forward to seeing even more next year!
    6 days ago
  • Growth at Goodrich Hall! 

The Goodrich Hall Bell Tower is taking shape and standing tall above campus! Once completed, the tower will have an elevator with restrooms at each level and will connect to each floor of Goodrich Hall. Four bells will call the campus community to chapel and celebrate occasions such as Convocation and Commencement. At the very top of the Bell Tower, a cross will stand close to six stories high, overlooking campus and downtown Eugene.

The interior renovations continue in Goodrich Hall, preparing to house several new, modern classrooms and office spaces.

Stay tuned for continued updates on the progress of Goodrich Hall!
    1 week ago
  • What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻
So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
    1 week ago
  • Say hello to this week’s student spotlight, Abby Askew! 💡 @abby_askew3 is a Eugene native who is majoring in Secondary Education and minoring in Bible and Theology. She wishes to become a high school teacher in History and Language Arts. As she completes her junior year, Abby is completing her practicum at Springfield High School working with freshman and senior level global study classes.

Abby feels Bushnell is preparing her well for her future as she will achieve an extensive number of hours in the field before graduation. These hours provide her with an abundance of hands-on experience she can apply to the classroom. For Abby, Bushnell has provided her with the strategies and tools she needs to enter the teaching profession. 

Abby's advice for incoming freshman is, “... to get as involved as possible. Freshman year is pretty scary. Everything's new and you're out on your own for the first time. A good way to help combat all of that is to be known and to have a bunch of people you can go to and new experiences and things and have all of the options open to you is super unique, and so taking all of those opportunities as they come up.”
    2 weeks ago
Amanda Torres-Sanchez fulfilled her long-held dream of working an internship with Children's Miracle Network (CMN) last fall! 🏥

With a passion for philanthropy, Amanda organized a successful silent auction during high school that benefited CMN, creating a lasting connection. As a senior interdisciplinary major at Bushnell, her connection with the organization culminated in her internship, where she received a diverse experience that offered insights into the multifaceted world of development work. Responsibilities for the internship included, event coordination and preparation for various fundraising efforts, and engaging in discussions about collaborations and partnerships, including an ongoing one with Bo Nix, which help raise support and awareness for the children and families treated at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.

Reflecting on her goal of working in the non-profit sector., Amanda emphasized that the internship prepared her for a dynamic work environment, reinforcing her interest in development. Great service work, Amanda! 👏

Read the full story on our website!
Amanda Torres-Sanchez fulfilled her long-held dream of working an internship with Children's Miracle Network (CMN) last fall! 🏥

With a passion for philanthropy, Amanda organized a successful silent auction during high school that benefited CMN, creating a lasting connection. As a senior interdisciplinary major at Bushnell, her connection with the organization culminated in her internship, where she received a diverse experience that offered insights into the multifaceted world of development work. Responsibilities for the internship included, event coordination and preparation for various fundraising efforts, and engaging in discussions about collaborations and partnerships, including an ongoing one with Bo Nix, which help raise support and awareness for the children and families treated at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.

Reflecting on her goal of working in the non-profit sector., Amanda emphasized that the internship prepared her for a dynamic work environment, reinforcing her interest in development. Great service work, Amanda! 👏

Read the full story on our website!
Amanda Torres-Sanchez fulfilled her long-held dream of working an internship with Children's Miracle Network (CMN) last fall! 🏥

With a passion for philanthropy, Amanda organized a successful silent auction during high school that benefited CMN, creating a lasting connection. As a senior interdisciplinary major at Bushnell, her connection with the organization culminated in her internship, where she received a diverse experience that offered insights into the multifaceted world of development work. Responsibilities for the internship included, event coordination and preparation for various fundraising efforts, and engaging in discussions about collaborations and partnerships, including an ongoing one with Bo Nix, which help raise support and awareness for the children and families treated at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.

Reflecting on her goal of working in the non-profit sector., Amanda emphasized that the internship prepared her for a dynamic work environment, reinforcing her interest in development. Great service work, Amanda! 👏

Read the full story on our website!
Amanda Torres-Sanchez fulfilled her long-held dream of working an internship with Children's Miracle Network (CMN) last fall! 🏥 With a passion for philanthropy, Amanda organized a successful silent auction during high school that benefited CMN, creating a lasting connection. As a senior interdisciplinary major at Bushnell, her connection with the organization culminated in her internship, where she received a diverse experience that offered insights into the multifaceted world of development work. Responsibilities for the internship included, event coordination and preparation for various fundraising efforts, and engaging in discussions about collaborations and partnerships, including an ongoing one with Bo Nix, which help raise support and awareness for the children and families treated at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend. Reflecting on her goal of working in the non-profit sector., Amanda emphasized that the internship prepared her for a dynamic work environment, reinforcing her interest in development. Great service work, Amanda! 👏 Read the full story on our website!
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Experiencing the Pacific Northwest 🌲⛰️ with times for reflection, solitude, and fellowship at our annual Junior Discernment Retreat! Way to go, Juniors!
Experiencing the Pacific Northwest 🌲⛰️ with times for reflection, solitude, and fellowship at our annual Junior Discernment Retreat! Way to go, Juniors!
Experiencing the Pacific Northwest 🌲⛰️ with times for reflection, solitude, and fellowship at our annual Junior Discernment Retreat! Way to go, Juniors!
Experiencing the Pacific Northwest 🌲⛰️ with times for reflection, solitude, and fellowship at our annual Junior Discernment Retreat! Way to go, Juniors!
Experiencing the Pacific Northwest 🌲⛰️ with times for reflection, solitude, and fellowship at our annual Junior Discernment Retreat! Way to go, Juniors!
Experiencing the Pacific Northwest 🌲⛰️ with times for reflection, solitude, and fellowship at our annual Junior Discernment Retreat! Way to go, Juniors!
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Through his multifaceted experience as a Beacon, alumnus Riley Anderson '20 reflects on how his time at Bushnell University equipped him for his career in real estate.

While studying theology and practicing on the court as a basketball player, Riley experienced the close-knit community Bushnell has to offer that not only supported his academic pursuits, but also fostered personal growth and development through meaningful connections with classmates and professors. His time within the theology program was instrumental for his career preparation, which provided opportunities to hone his critical thinking and analytical skills, as well as an emphasis on ethics and social responsibility.

Riley carried the professional and interpersonal skills he gained through his Bushnell experience into his role as a loan officer at Nova Home Loans. A third-generation mortgage professional, he was immersed early in the mortgage industry and his aspirations to demystify the complexities of the field for his clients informed his career approach. For Riley, the mortgage industry plays a critical role society allowing clients the opportunity for financial stability and growth. As a loan officer, being entrusted with guiding clients through a significant financial decision is a core responsibility of his career, one that helps empower individuals to invest in their futures and future generations.

Riley offers a wealth of advice for students, emphasizing the importance of being open to learning in the early years of career development, recognizing the value in serving, and concluding with, "view the initial years of your career as an extension of your education... Embrace challenges and feedback as opportunities for growth, and remain adaptable to the evolving demands of your profession.”

Read the full Q&A on our website!
Through his multifaceted experience as a Beacon, alumnus Riley Anderson '20 reflects on how his time at Bushnell University equipped him for his career in real estate. While studying theology and practicing on the court as a basketball player, Riley experienced the close-knit community Bushnell has to offer that not only supported his academic pursuits, but also fostered personal growth and development through meaningful connections with classmates and professors. His time within the theology program was instrumental for his career preparation, which provided opportunities to hone his critical thinking and analytical skills, as well as an emphasis on ethics and social responsibility. Riley carried the professional and interpersonal skills he gained through his Bushnell experience into his role as a loan officer at Nova Home Loans. A third-generation mortgage professional, he was immersed early in the mortgage industry and his aspirations to demystify the complexities of the field for his clients informed his career approach. For Riley, the mortgage industry plays a critical role society allowing clients the opportunity for financial stability and growth. As a loan officer, being entrusted with guiding clients through a significant financial decision is a core responsibility of his career, one that helps empower individuals to invest in their futures and future generations. Riley offers a wealth of advice for students, emphasizing the importance of being open to learning in the early years of career development, recognizing the value in serving, and concluding with, "view the initial years of your career as an extension of your education... Embrace challenges and feedback as opportunities for growth, and remain adaptable to the evolving demands of your profession.” Read the full Q&A on our website!
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Repping Bushnell has its perks! 💙💛 Sco’ Beacs! . . . . . . . . . . . #campusfun #universitylife #eugeneoregon #bushnellbeacons #christianuniversity
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👏 Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Coalwell for winning this year's Bash-Whisler Bible Contest with her readings of Pslams 129:1-14 and Romans 8:28-39!

The contest was a powerful event hearing from our finalists (left to right) Kayla Coalwell, Kalani Miller, and Dennis Cox as they spoke the Word to an attentive audience of students and staff with passion and sincerity. We love the devotion to scripture from all who participated! We look forward to seeing even more next year!
👏 Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Coalwell for winning this year's Bash-Whisler Bible Contest with her readings of Pslams 129:1-14 and Romans 8:28-39!

The contest was a powerful event hearing from our finalists (left to right) Kayla Coalwell, Kalani Miller, and Dennis Cox as they spoke the Word to an attentive audience of students and staff with passion and sincerity. We love the devotion to scripture from all who participated! We look forward to seeing even more next year!
👏 Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Coalwell for winning this year's Bash-Whisler Bible Contest with her readings of Pslams 129:1-14 and Romans 8:28-39!

The contest was a powerful event hearing from our finalists (left to right) Kayla Coalwell, Kalani Miller, and Dennis Cox as they spoke the Word to an attentive audience of students and staff with passion and sincerity. We love the devotion to scripture from all who participated! We look forward to seeing even more next year!
👏 Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Coalwell for winning this year's Bash-Whisler Bible Contest with her readings of Pslams 129:1-14 and Romans 8:28-39!

The contest was a powerful event hearing from our finalists (left to right) Kayla Coalwell, Kalani Miller, and Dennis Cox as they spoke the Word to an attentive audience of students and staff with passion and sincerity. We love the devotion to scripture from all who participated! We look forward to seeing even more next year!
👏 Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Coalwell for winning this year's Bash-Whisler Bible Contest with her readings of Pslams 129:1-14 and Romans 8:28-39!

The contest was a powerful event hearing from our finalists (left to right) Kayla Coalwell, Kalani Miller, and Dennis Cox as they spoke the Word to an attentive audience of students and staff with passion and sincerity. We love the devotion to scripture from all who participated! We look forward to seeing even more next year!
👏 Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Coalwell for winning this year's Bash-Whisler Bible Contest with her readings of Pslams 129:1-14 and Romans 8:28-39! The contest was a powerful event hearing from our finalists (left to right) Kayla Coalwell, Kalani Miller, and Dennis Cox as they spoke the Word to an attentive audience of students and staff with passion and sincerity. We love the devotion to scripture from all who participated! We look forward to seeing even more next year!
6 days ago
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Growth at Goodrich Hall! 

The Goodrich Hall Bell Tower is taking shape and standing tall above campus! Once completed, the tower will have an elevator with restrooms at each level and will connect to each floor of Goodrich Hall. Four bells will call the campus community to chapel and celebrate occasions such as Convocation and Commencement. At the very top of the Bell Tower, a cross will stand close to six stories high, overlooking campus and downtown Eugene.

The interior renovations continue in Goodrich Hall, preparing to house several new, modern classrooms and office spaces.

Stay tuned for continued updates on the progress of Goodrich Hall!
Growth at Goodrich Hall! 

The Goodrich Hall Bell Tower is taking shape and standing tall above campus! Once completed, the tower will have an elevator with restrooms at each level and will connect to each floor of Goodrich Hall. Four bells will call the campus community to chapel and celebrate occasions such as Convocation and Commencement. At the very top of the Bell Tower, a cross will stand close to six stories high, overlooking campus and downtown Eugene.

The interior renovations continue in Goodrich Hall, preparing to house several new, modern classrooms and office spaces.

Stay tuned for continued updates on the progress of Goodrich Hall!
Growth at Goodrich Hall! The Goodrich Hall Bell Tower is taking shape and standing tall above campus! Once completed, the tower will have an elevator with restrooms at each level and will connect to each floor of Goodrich Hall. Four bells will call the campus community to chapel and celebrate occasions such as Convocation and Commencement. At the very top of the Bell Tower, a cross will stand close to six stories high, overlooking campus and downtown Eugene. The interior renovations continue in Goodrich Hall, preparing to house several new, modern classrooms and office spaces. Stay tuned for continued updates on the progress of Goodrich Hall!
1 week ago
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What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻
So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻
So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻
So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻
So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻
So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻
So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
What a great turnout for Bushnell Spring Preview Day! 🌻 So grateful for the students and families that we were able to welcome to campus.
1 week ago
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Say hello to this week’s student spotlight, Abby Askew! 💡 @abby_askew3 is a Eugene native who is majoring in Secondary Education and minoring in Bible and Theology. She wishes to become a high school teacher in History and Language Arts. As she completes her junior year, Abby is completing her practicum at Springfield High School working with freshman and senior level global study classes.

Abby feels Bushnell is preparing her well for her future as she will achieve an extensive number of hours in the field before graduation. These hours provide her with an abundance of hands-on experience she can apply to the classroom. For Abby, Bushnell has provided her with the strategies and tools she needs to enter the teaching profession. 

Abby's advice for incoming freshman is, “... to get as involved as possible. Freshman year is pretty scary. Everything's new and you're out on your own for the first time. A good way to help combat all of that is to be known and to have a bunch of people you can go to and new experiences and things and have all of the options open to you is super unique, and so taking all of those opportunities as they come up.”
Say hello to this week’s student spotlight, Abby Askew! 💡 @abby_askew3 is a Eugene native who is majoring in Secondary Education and minoring in Bible and Theology. She wishes to become a high school teacher in History and Language Arts. As she completes her junior year, Abby is completing her practicum at Springfield High School working with freshman and senior level global study classes.

Abby feels Bushnell is preparing her well for her future as she will achieve an extensive number of hours in the field before graduation. These hours provide her with an abundance of hands-on experience she can apply to the classroom. For Abby, Bushnell has provided her with the strategies and tools she needs to enter the teaching profession. 

Abby's advice for incoming freshman is, “... to get as involved as possible. Freshman year is pretty scary. Everything's new and you're out on your own for the first time. A good way to help combat all of that is to be known and to have a bunch of people you can go to and new experiences and things and have all of the options open to you is super unique, and so taking all of those opportunities as they come up.”
Say hello to this week’s student spotlight, Abby Askew! 💡 @abby_askew3 is a Eugene native who is majoring in Secondary Education and minoring in Bible and Theology. She wishes to become a high school teacher in History and Language Arts. As she completes her junior year, Abby is completing her practicum at Springfield High School working with freshman and senior level global study classes.

Abby feels Bushnell is preparing her well for her future as she will achieve an extensive number of hours in the field before graduation. These hours provide her with an abundance of hands-on experience she can apply to the classroom. For Abby, Bushnell has provided her with the strategies and tools she needs to enter the teaching profession. 

Abby's advice for incoming freshman is, “... to get as involved as possible. Freshman year is pretty scary. Everything's new and you're out on your own for the first time. A good way to help combat all of that is to be known and to have a bunch of people you can go to and new experiences and things and have all of the options open to you is super unique, and so taking all of those opportunities as they come up.”
Say hello to this week’s student spotlight, Abby Askew! 💡 @abby_askew3 is a Eugene native who is majoring in Secondary Education and minoring in Bible and Theology. She wishes to become a high school teacher in History and Language Arts. As she completes her junior year, Abby is completing her practicum at Springfield High School working with freshman and senior level global study classes. Abby feels Bushnell is preparing her well for her future as she will achieve an extensive number of hours in the field before graduation. These hours provide her with an abundance of hands-on experience she can apply to the classroom. For Abby, Bushnell has provided her with the strategies and tools she needs to enter the teaching profession. Abby's advice for incoming freshman is, “... to get as involved as possible. Freshman year is pretty scary. Everything's new and you're out on your own for the first time. A good way to help combat all of that is to be known and to have a bunch of people you can go to and new experiences and things and have all of the options open to you is super unique, and so taking all of those opportunities as they come up.”
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Field Experience

All traditional undergrad students graduate with at least 135 hours of field experience.

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99% of traditional undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid.

After 128 years of wisdom, faith and service, we find ourselves positioned for a season of campus development and program expansion. To flourish, we must expand, to thrive, we must build. To serve, we must…Venture Forward.
A six-pronged campaign to raise $18,000,000 in three years. Three significant building projects to increase capacity and three significant program developments to expand and deepen our influence.
How You Can Help

While the campaign is already fueled by a number of large gifts, we need the participation of our whole community to see the vision fully realized.

After 127 years of wisdom, faith and service, we find ourselves positioned for a season of campus development and program expansion. To flourish, we must expand, to thrive, we must build. To serve, we must…Venture Forward.
 
A six-pronged campaign to raise $18,000,000 in three years. Three significant building projects to increase capacity and three significant program developments to expand and deepen our influence.
 
How You Can Help
 

While the campaign is already fueled by a number of large gifts, we need the participation of our whole community to see the vision fully realized.