Founders Day-Theology- Philosophy

Develop students’ minds and souls

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Goal: 6,000

Among our philosophy students are some top notch thinkers who could succeed in whatever career they choose—law, psychology, business—or could become public thinkers who change the direction of philosophy for generations to come.

This Founders’ Day, the Philosophy Department is fundraising to significantly expand our students’ learning opportunities. With your support, we will raise the next generation of thought leaders who will become great philosophy professors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders!

When you make a gift today, your gift will:

  • Host an annual philosophy conference
  • Improve professional development opportunities
  • Facilitate student travel to important conferences

Make a gift today to the Philosophy Department by using the secure form below! 

This Founders’ Day, The Theology Department is fundraising to further enrich the Abbey Community with more ways to engage with the faith. 

When you make a gift to the Theology Department today, your gift will provide the necessary support to:

  • Host theological conferences on campus
  • Improve professional development opportunities
  • Facilitate student travel to important conferences

Make a gift today to the Theology Department by using the secure form below! 

Make a Gift to the Theology or Philosophy Department Today!

And, as a special thank you during the Founders’ Day Challenge, each donation of $5 or more will get a special Belmont Abbey Gift!

Recent Donations

“Belmont Abbey College, particularly my studies in the Classical Humanities, has prepared me for my teaching career in many ways. A teaching career not only requires you to know your content, but to be able to present it in an engaging and persuasive manner. Belmont Abbey’s Classical Liberal Arts curriculum helped me do just that. My studies in Philosophy, Latin, and the Great Books have not only given me the tools to seek out and know the truth, but to be able to present it, defend it, and utilize it to bring the younger generations to goodness, truth, beauty.”

Jessica Huber

Jessica Huber

“I chose to pursue a degree in theology because I wanted to learn more about my Catholic faith and how to live it out in the context of daily life. I have had the honor to learn from some incredibly talented and devoted teachers within this department, and I am overwhelmed with gratitude for all that they have taught me. Through their words, but more importantly through their examples, the theology teachers demonstrate what it truly means to embark on the journey of faith and to strive to glorify God in all things. “

Patricia (Maria) Kuhlman ‘21

Patricia (Maria) Kuhlman ‘21