UMHEF Homecoming: Virtual Celebration
The United Methodist Higher Education Foundation invites you to a virtual homecoming celebration!
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Many schools will be celebrating their connections this fall and we’re excited to take part in the fun on Tuesday, October 27 beginning at 10:00 AM Central. Join us throughout the day for an online celebration as we spotlight many of our students and United Methodist partners.
UMHEF awards more than $2.3 million in scholarships every year to United Methodist students attending UM-related colleges, universities, and seminaries. This amazing ministry is not possible without the generous support of our community of donors. As we celebrate together this fall, we hope you will be inspired to give and make a real difference in the lives of students that will impact their lives as well as our communities and churches for generations to come!
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Schedule Highlights & Activities
*Live videos will be shared on Facebook and linked from this webpage. Keynote will be broadcasted on YouTube, Facebook, and linked here on the day of the event.
Event kicks off with live welcome from UMHEF
Keynote by Dr. Jeffrey Kuan (see details below)
Event wraps up with live message from UMHEF
Activities throughout the day include:
- Interactive Polls and Posts
- Videos from UMHEF Scholars
- Spotlights on United Methodist-related Colleges, Universities, and Seminaries
- Giving Updates and Celebrations
- + much more!
Tuesday, October 27 at 12:00 PM Central
Grab a cup of coffee or lunch (depending on where you’re watching from!) and log on at 12:00 PM Central to hear the Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Kuan deliver an impactful discussion on The Legacy of Methodist Higher Education: Looking Back and Forward:
Higher education is a sector under stress, compounded even more by the COVID-19 pandemic. Methodist-related institutions are not exempt from such stresses. In such a challenging climate, Kuan will speak to the legacy of Methodist higher education, looking backward and forward, and what the role the church needs to play to continue to support higher education and nurture future leaders for the church and the world.
This event is made possible in part by generous support from the following sponsors. We are grateful for their partnership!