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Your gift will provide learning opportunities
for Ambrose students like Matt, as
they expand their wisdom and faith.
Thank you for considering a gift to Ambrose University. We have embarked on a new campaign to attract students to our university to join of vision for faith inspired learning.
Today, a Christian liberal arts university is all the more important in an increasingly pluralistic and secular society. We are keen to provide a strong alternative to the public university, with an emphasis on the integration of faith and learning, transformation in Christ, and authentic Christian community as the context and setting for excellence in higher education.
Our vision includes growth in enrolment and student satisfaction, growth in the selection of degrees we offer, the expansion of our campus, and the recognition of Ambrose University as one of the top destinations in Canada for Christian liberal arts education and ministry training. It is with this in mind that we ask you choose to join us in equipping our students to lead Godly lives, either in full time ministry or as leaders in the greater community.
Gordon T. Smith
Kaitlin didn’t come into her faith until 10th grade—when her mother lost her job and their family found support through a local church. Her spiritual path led to Ambrose, where she is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioural Science.
As a part of a travel study trip to Africa, Kaitlin will be learning about international development and the work of local NGOs as they fight poverty. After graduation, she aspires to help women in India exiting from sexual exploitation.
Kaitlin’s education at Ambrose was made possible by the financial support of her church, which was matched by Ambrose and its generous donors. It’s because of supporters like you who have provided countless students with the opportunity to learn and explore their faith.
You can give to:
A donation to our Annual Fund helps our day-to-day operations. It enables us to upgrade library services, to enrich student programs and amenities and to attract exceptional faculty. It is a contribution to the growing success of Ambrose.
Students choose Ambrose as a step in pursuing God’s call on their lives. You can help ease their financial burden by creating or supporting existing student awards. Each student who receives an award is encouraged and affirmed in their life-calling.
Your generosity to our Capital Fund will not only improve our existing space, it will also enable us to continually expand to meet our growing student enrolment. Our Campus Master Plan has outlined our projected growth and needs to 2018.
By giving to the Intsitutes of Ambrose University you will support research that helps resolve real world issues - bridging the gap between research and practice.
By supporting Ambrose University’s Lions Athletics, you are enabling us to invest in coaching, travel, equipment and athletic student scholarships. Support our gifted athletes academically, spiritually and physically in their pursuit of triumph in the competitive world of sports.
The simplest and surest way we can give, is through prayer.
Whatever the circumstances may be in your life, we are grateful for any prayer you are able to offer.
You can give:
Spread your donations over an entire year to provide us with sustaining benefits all year long.
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Mail a cheque payable to Ambrose University to:
150 Ambrose Circle SW
Calgary, AB Canada T3H 0L5
To donate by phone, call 403-410-2920, Monday to Friday from 8:30am - 4:30pm.
We are deeply moved by your interest to bequest a legacy gift to Ambrose. Your generosity will create dynamic leaders for many generations to come.
Contributions made through RRSP’s, life insurance, annuities and gifts of securities are all ways you can support our cause and make a difference in the lives of young aspiring learners.
Mjolsness Hall, an area that houses the library and academic offices, came to be when Chester Mjolsness and his wife Martha were joined by family and friends to honour Chester’s enduring life of leadership, integrity and faith. Chester was born in 1919 and raised on a farm west of Sundre, AB. In 1943, he began a sawmill business that remains thriving to this day. On March 5, 2021, Chester passed away peacefully at home at the age of 101.
Ambrose’s continual commitment to raising inspiring Christian leaders resonated strongly with Chester when he first visited the campus. His ties to Ambrose not only lie in his generous gift to the campus, but he is proud to provide an environment for his great-granddaughter Samantha to study and worship during her post-secondary education.
In response to why he chose to support Ambrose, Chester said, “To whom much is given much is expected.” Chester also actively encourages us all to make any kind of difference as long as we are guided by faith. He said, ‘Little is much if God is in it.” And finally, to sum it up best, these commemorating words can be found engraved on a plaque situated at Mjolsness Hall: “Live with integrity, keep your word, build relationships, give back, and trust God.” These are truly encouraging words of wisdom that will now be part of the legacy Chester Mjolsness has left at Ambrose for years to come.
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