Much of our operating budget comes from individual donors, we are extremely grateful for your support.
Checks should be made out to United Campus Ministry and sent to:
101 NW 23rd Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
We can also process credit or debit card transactions; please contact our office at 541-753-2242 for more information.
Contributions are tax deductible.
We welcome your ongoing prayer for our leadership, our students, our faculty, our staff, and our programming. Visit our Facebook page if you want to pray for a specific current activity or use this monthly guide.
January– For HS students applying to colleges. For students beginning a new term. For our campus wide celebration of MLK Jr.
February– For spiritual awakening and renewal in the 40 days starting with Ash Wednesday and leading to Easter. For students, faculty and staff to engage in service and justice.
March– For term finals and spring break plans.
April– For the start of the spring term. For the establishment of healthy study and spiritual habits. For Holocaust Memorial week. For the sun to break through the clouds.
May– For our UCM Board development and planning.
June– For students, Teaching Assistants, and Professors during finals and grading. For graduating students and their job searches or graduate studies.
July– For summer classes, jobs, and internships.
August– For HS students transitioning to college and their parents. For college administrators.
September– Preparation for the campus minister and other WestM leaders. For a wonderful and meaningful start to a new academic year. New Students! For sexual assault awareness, response, and prevention.
October– New and returning students to settle in and really connect with healthy peers, activities and ministries. Resisting temptations of abusing alcohol, drugs or other unhealthy coping mechanisms.
November– For US and international students lonely and far from home during the holidays. Thanksgiving to Christmas is often the most stressful time of the year.
December– Finals, health, rest, and general stress management. Remember the grad students and professors too. Safe travel on roads that can be icy and students eager to get home.