Published on April 4, 2018 by Philip Poole  
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Together with the support of friends, parents, students, faculty, staff and alumni from all over the world, Samford University strives to make a big difference. From improving local and national programs to empowering students through once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, participating in the Big Give is an easy, fun and exciting way to make your mark as part of the Samford alumni family.

This year, alumni were asked to help choose four “Big Idea” projects to highlight during this year's Big Give. We invite you to make a gift of any amount to one of the four projects in support of helping our students excel. As always, you can make a gift to any area of Samford you wish to support. 

The Big Give is April 10-11, but you are welcome to help your favorite project get a head start by pledging your support today.

Big Idea Projects:

Center for Faith and Health's Global Learning Fund. Learn more and donate here.

Character Development Gives Hope - Orlean Beeson School of Education & Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership. Learn more and donate here.

Micah Fellows - A four-year honors college experience grounded in the wisdom of Micah 6:8. Learn more and donate here.

Center for Sports Analytics within the Brock School of Business. Learn more and donate here.

The Big Give is 36 hours only so please make your gift here before April 11 at 8 p.m. 

Samford is a leading Christian university offering undergraduate programs grounded in the liberal arts with an array of nationally recognized graduate and professional schools. Founded in 1841, Samford is the 87th-oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. Samford enrolls 5,791 students from 49 states, Puerto Rico and 16 countries in its 10 academic schools: arts, arts and sciences, business, divinity, education, health professions, law, nursing, pharmacy and public health. Samford fields 17 athletic teams that compete in the tradition-rich Southern Conference and ranks 6th nationally for its Graduation Success Rate among all NCAA Division I schools.