Your giving matters.

Where Needed Most

Some people feel led to give, but they may not have specific cause to support. In fact, there are so many things to give to at B. H. Carroll, donors may find it difficult to choose between student scholarships, technology, or faculty support. By allowing us to apply your gift where it is most needed, you can make a meaningful impact on the overall success of our institution and the students we serve.

Academic Support

As our enrollment grows, it is important for B. H. Carroll to maintain and enhance its academic rigor. Our faculty is comprised of renowned experts in the fields of Biblical Studies, Christian Counseling, Christian Education, Ethics, Worship, Church Administration, and Christian History. We want to support our current faculty well and continue to employ leading scholars in these fields in the future.

Technology Enhancement

In order to offer theological education where students live, work, and serve, we have to keep pace with technological advances. We also have to regularly evaluate and ensure our learning management software system is offering the best student experience. With all of our courses delivered online, technology is essential to all we do. So are our library resources. Remember, just because a library collection of 50,000 or 75,000 volumes is online, that does not mean access is free. We want to keep the most up-to-date and robust digital library resources available to our students. Your gifts in this area will make that possible.

Student Scholarships

Giving to student scholarships is about more than dollars—it’s about allowing students to fulfill their calling to attend seminary. At the core of B. H. Carroll’s mission is to make theological education affordable and accessible to all students. Your gift helps makes this possible.

Carroll Theological Seminary is not only a superb theological education (and it is that)—but it is also an immersion into Christian ministry.  Jesus said, “As you go, become disciple-makers” (Matt. 28: 19-20). Carroll is about developing the best “disciple-makers” possible.