Spring 2021 - It's time to Celebrate!
With joy we share these exciting stories...
If all goes well, by the time you’re reading this issue of AU Magazine, you would have celebrated the holidays, be headed towards spring, and hearing better COVID-19 news. From our end, we’re celebrating the completion of a historic semester at Anderson University. While many college students were required to learn from home through video-conferencing applications, by God’s grace, fall 2020 students at AU completed the semester on campus with physical distancing and mask-use precautions.
And while that news alone is worth 1,000 “Hallelujahs!”, we are pleased to report many more reasons in this edition of AU Magazine.
With joy we share these exciting stories and thank you for your loyal interest and support of educating traditional, adult, online and graduate students at AU. We are keeping you in our prayers in 2021. We are grateful for your continued prayers and gifts. Contributions by mail and online through andersonuniversity.edu/giving support the work at AU, which we can celebrate in future issues of AU Magazine.
If you would like to view the spring 2021 printed magazine please visit It's Time to Celebrate!
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Know a student who's perfect for AU?
For decades families and alumni have referred prospective high school sophomores and juniors to Anderson University’s growing legacy. Go Trojans!
Kim S. Miller Family
Miller family continues lifetime commitment to Anderson University’s success.
Dr. Anthony Guiseppi-Elie and the birth of a new college.
Success in Innovation
Success in innovation: the Anderson University Center for Cybersecurity exceeds expectations in more ways than one.
Changing the story: the simple way Anderson University found enrollment success during a pandemic.
New Ph.D. in Leadership
Successfully addressing the leadership gap: Anderson University meets the need with a new Ph.D. in Leadership.
A Day to Give
Anderson Day (A Day) is a 24-hour campaign on April 8, 2021 in support of student scholarships and campus programs and improvements at Anderson University. But at its heart, it’s a celebration of the school we all love and an opportunity to turn our affection into action.
Success Beyond the Classroom
AU isn’t just a great place to study—it’s a great place to work, too. Being recognized as a Great College to Work For is truly one of the greatest achievements in our 110-year history.
Success Through a Diverse Community
Finding success through a diverse community: how a new Anderson University scholarship grew enrollment—and helped its campus look more like God’s kingdom.
Trojans Host a Celebration
Anderson University senior leaders, Board of Trust members and Trojan athletics officials in January held a groundbreaking ceremony for the University’s newest state-of-the-art facility: a fieldhouse for the AU lacrosse and soccer programs.
More, It's time to Celebrate Stories
AU Book Corner
The Bible Toolbox, co-authored by Anderson University professors Dr. Bryan Cribb and Dr. Channing Crisler and published by B&H Academic.
The AU Diary
Olivia Johnson is an AU freshman and a recipient of Connect: Diversity Leadership Scholarship.
Anderson Magazine Fall 2020 - The Fabric of AU
If you missed this edition, it's about some of AU's heroes.
They aren’t the kind of heroes that immediately come to mind. They don’t wear capes or leap tall buildings in a single bound. They are the givers, the ones who sacrifice, the true friends, the encouragers, the prayer warriors and the ones who give without trumpets. Each are committed to the example of Jesus, who said, “But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret.” (Matthew 6:3-4a)
We’re not going to recount everything you may be tired of hearing on TV and the internet. But before, during and after COVID-19, the folks you will read about in this edition of AU Magazine make up the Fabric of AU. They represent our most deeply held values: faith, hospitality, generosity, innovation, hard work and humility.
If you’re reading this magazine, you are an integral part of the fabric of Anderson University. Something within you inspired you to attend AU, send your child to AU, teach at AU, work at AU and perhaps give to AU. If any of the stories in this issue resonate, continue supporting the University through your continued prayers and gifts. You can support our shared mission with the enclosed envelope, or online at andersonuniversity.edu/giving.