Oklahoma Christian students vote on donation spending
Need donation spending advice? Turn to the students, as Oklahoma Christian University did.
In November, President John deSteiguer announced that students could vote to allocate a recent $275,000 gift to one of six projects in the university’s Thrive campaign.
“Students Pick” initiative options were: construction of a campus coffee shop, expansion of the Ethos spiritual life initiative, investment in new fitness equipment across campus, renovation of the campus dining hall, renovation of a facility for the School of Nursing, or renovation of student apartments.
After 600 votes were cast, the $4.2 million “Campus Cafe Reboot” project pot got the donation.
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