With prices rising across the United States, Sterling has taken great care in keeping tuition, room and board affordable and competitive with other institutions including the local state colleges and universities. Our ability to keep student costs low comes, in part, from financial contributions from our alumni and friends of the College who believe in Sterling’s mission of developing creative and thoughtful leaders who understand a maturing Christian faith.
Whether it is funding a scholarship for a deserving student, contributing to the annual fund to sustain operations, memorializing a family member or special person forever through an endowed gift, many opportunities exist for you to make a difference. This section of the website provides many different avenues for you to accomplish your passion. The advancement staff is prepared to be of assistance to you. We are here to serve you!
On behalf of Sterling College, the Office of Institutional Advancement would like to say, “Thank you!” The future is bright for Sterling College and your generous donation helps further our vision of becoming the finest Christ-centered, servant leadership development-focused, liberal arts experience on the Great Plains.
New to SC Giving? Here is a brief description of our most popular methods of giving.
Sterling Fund – Annual giving going to funding student scholarships for current and prospective students and the everyday budget of the institution.
Cooper Society – Includes those giving an annual gift of at least $1,000 to any area of the College.
Planned Giving – Planning to your retirement? Consider giving to Sterling College through life income gifts, gift annuities and other forms of planned giving.
Kelsey Society – Includes those establishing an endowed scholarship, funding an annuity, or naming Sterling College as a recipient of a deferred gift, such as estate planning.