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Alumni swap stories before chapel during Homecoming.

Giving Societies

President’s Horizon Circle

The President’s Horizon Circle is made up of an inspiring community of supporters whose passionate commitment to PLNU greatly enhances the opportunities our institution is able to provide to our students. The contributions of these alumni and friends subsidize the cost of scholarships, enhance athletic programs, improve classroom and student life facilities, and help attract and retain top-notch faculty.

We invite you to become a member of the President's Horizon Circle and help transform the lives of students academically, professionally, personally, and spiritually through their experiences at PLNU.

President's Horizon Circle
Alumni and friends who give $1,000 or more annually

President's Horizon Circle — Lifetime
Alumni and friends who give $100,000 cumulatively

PLNU Associates
Alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years who give as follows:

     Class of 2019: $100

     Class of 2018: $200

     Class of 2017: $300

     Class of 2016: $400

     Class of 2015: $500

     Class of 2014: $600

     Class of 2013: $700

     Class of 2012: $800

     Class of 2011: $900

     Class of 2010: $1,000

Questions? Please contact us at (619) 849-2302.

Bresee Society

The Bresee Society (formerly the Heritage Society) is a special group of people who are making PLNU part of their legacy, and membership is granted for life. They are generous leaders committed to impacting students who will one day be influencers and difference-makers all over the world.

You can join this honored group and play a vital role in the future of this institution by making a provision for PLNU with a bequest intention through your will or trust or a deferred or lifetime gift.

If you have questions about planned giving or would like to speak with us about making a gift, please contact us

Documentation of your generosity may include a letter from your attorney affirming your commitment, or a copy of the relevant portion of the legal document in which the gift is described.