A Legacy Gift for Our Second Century

A Legacy Gift for Our Second Century

The United Board Legacy Society recognizes individuals who have included the United Board in their estate plans. Like Dr. Rose, our supporters come from many walks of life and are inspired to support the United Board’s mission and programs. A legacy gift can be made through a bequest, endowment fund, charitable trust, or assignment of life insurance and retirement plan …

A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed: The Pandemic Response Fund in Retrospect

Soon after the COVID-19 pandemic closed borders and schools in 2020, its impact on higher education was not lost to education leaders and institutions. Lockdowns threatened not only students’ opportunities to learn but also teachers’ to teach. The switch to remote learning was more easily made by universities in developed economies than in those of developing ones. Seeing that immediate …

Innovative Ways to Engage Students in Digital Learning: United Board grants generate creative delivery of learning

In celebration of our Centennial, the United Board has launched initiatives to support new and innovative approaches to higher education among our network institutions. One of those Centennial Initiatives, the Digital Content Development Grant Initiative, encourages our network institutions to develop digital educational content to deliver knowledge that is central to whole person education. In particular, grants are designed to …

Centennial Initiatives

A number of Centennial initiatives in leadership development, faculty development, campus ministry and digital ethics are taking off.

Funds & Grants

United Board Centennial Fund and Centennial Challenge Grant Initiative

The United Board: Early Roots

The early roots helped to define key elements of an identity the United Board has embraced for the past century.

Effective Online Counseling Practices(webinar summary)

In the course of the campus reopening, the academic performance of students might be affected due to the increased anxiety among them. The readjustment to the rigorous in-person instructions and re-acclimation to socializing along with the safety protocols are seemingly strenuous and may elevate anxiety. Offering online counseling in advance would help them adapt to post-pandemic learning. In this context, …