Giving

There are many ways to give to Oak Hills.

Oak Hills Christian College

Oak Hills Fellowship Ministry Fund: These funds are distributed among all four ministries of the Oak Hills Fellowship for operating expenses such as utilities, maintenance, office supplies, and updating staff and faculty technology. OHCC receives 50% of all gifts to the ministry fund; Camp Oak Hills and CIM, 20%; and Church Ministries, 10%.

Capital Campaign: Real Transformation: We continue to update campus, and still welcome gifts towards the remaining costs of our transformation.

Student Support – Phil Bjorklund: Phil Bjorklund is the Director of Intercultural Studies, as well as an instructor in certain humanities courses that relate to a worldwide perspective.  He is honored by the chance to continue developing next generation leaders for church and mission as a student mentor and seeks to be an asset to the college in his teaching.

Alumni Project: Every year, we provide an opportunity for our alumni to give back to current students by funding a small project or campus upgrades. Currently, alumni project donations will support technology upgrades in the chapel. We hope to better equip students, particularly those in our Worship Arts program, in learning the craft of sound mixing and video presentation.

Scholarship Funds

Student Grant Fund: Donations to the SGF are used to fund grants and scholarships for Oak Hills students. These gifts reduce the cost of biblical education for our students. 

Mokahum Ministry Center Student Scholarships: Donations towards Mokahum Scholarships help fund Mokahum student tuition costs. By donating to Mokahum Ministry Center Scholarships, you help train Mokahum students to become leaders in their Native communities.

Camper Scholarship Fund: Camp Scholarships are for children who would benefit from camp, but without financial help, would not be able to attend. Gifts to the Camp Oak Hills Scholarship fund give children the opportunity to begin a lifelong faith journey.

Alumni Scholarship: A student you know can get an institutional scholarship because you’re an alum. 

Planned Giving

We invite you to consider Oak Hills in your will.  Find out how you can leave your legacy.

Contact Leesa Drury
(888) 751-8670
[email protected]

Center for Indian Ministries

CIM Ministry Fund: These funds provide for utilities, office supplies, and maintenance projects.

CIM BUILD Fund (Biblical United Indigenous Leadership Development): BUILD recognizes the need to build up Native leaders who lack the means and/or the time to leave their homes and churches for extended periods of time to pursue ministry training. Contribute to the ongoing cost of the program or to the one time cost of video equipment to make these sessions available off site. 

CIM and Mokahum Missionary Support: Support the ministries of Paul and Michele Straubel, Bill Haas, Leo Bird, Micah Carpenter, Dan Hovestol, Dan and Erin Pack, Sam Dodd, Les and Yvonne Parr, and Keith Pennel.

Mokahum Ministry Fund: Funds donated to the Mokahum Ministry Center go to Mokahum school expenses. These include honorarium and travel expenses for guest teachers, room and board for students, and student program and recreational supplies.

Camp Oak Hills

Camp Ministry Fund: These funds provide for recurring expenses, office supplies, and keeping the facilities up to date. 

Camp Building Fund:  Winterization of the cabins and finishing the new basement section of the dining hall will move forward as funds become available.

Camp Missionary Support: Support the ministries of Scott and Mandy Buchan, Brian and Becky Eastling, Stephen and Riley Helweg, Lydia Schrader, and seasonal summer staff.

Oak Hills Church Ministries

Church Ministries Fund:  These funds provide for recurring expenses, office supplies, and travel to provide mentorship and support conferences. 

Church Ministries Missionary Support: Support the ministries of Jim Hodgson and Rick Weinert. 

Certificate in Rural Ministry Program Fund: It is our desire to equip and encourage leaders to serve in a rural setting, as well as to be a primary resource for rural congregations and potential leaders. An innovative opportunity we are pursuing in full collaboration with Oak Hills Christian College is to supply leaders to rural churches in the launch of our academic Certificate Program in Rural Leadership and Ministry. Financial resources are needed to underwrite the cost of this new program.

Right Now Media: Oak Hills makes this online video resource available complementary to students and alumni. Donations help underwrite the subscription cost.

Contact Us

The Office of Advancement engages in alumni relations. We are open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The University is closed on the weekends (except for some special events) and on most major holidays.

You can contact us by phone, email, mail, or by making an appointment to visit in person. We look forward to hearing from you in whatever manner is most convenient for you.

Phone: (218) 333-1957
Office location: Schreiber Activity Center
Mailing address:
Office of Advancement
Oak Hills Christian College
1600 Oak Hills Road SW
Bemidji, MN 56601