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An Anonymous DonorJim (’78) and Jane Fredricksen matched $5,000

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An Anonymous DonorπŸ’› Lutes Coming Together 🌎🌍🌏 Scholarship Match πŸ’› matched $25,000

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πŸ“š Lutes Get Things Done πŸ“š

At PLU, we’re building up the next generation of Lutes — ones who will be called to lead us into an uncertain future. 

Join us in ensuring our students are fully equipped to answer that call. 

Despite living through a global pandemic, we have continued to offer experiential learning opportunities to our students. And with your support, we can continue to fund innovative academic programs that create internships and research opportunities for all of our students. 

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πŸŽ₯ A special thank you for your amazing support this Bjug Day! πŸ’›


Hear a special thank you from PLU students, staff and alumni for your amazing support this Bjug Day. This has been the biggest hearted Bjug Day to date and it would not have been possible without you! Thank you for coming together and giving to what you love! Go Lutes!

41 days ago by Teddy Wingo
πŸ’› Thank you, Lutes, for an amazing Bjug Day! πŸ’›

You made this the biggest hearted Bjug Day yet! Thank you for coming together and giving to what you love! Stay tuned for more updates to come.

Note: Final numbers may shift a bit as we process gifts postmarked by Oct. 20. 

46 days ago by Andrea Michelbach
☎️ Calling all Lutes! ☎️


Calling all Lutes! Right now is your last chance to be a part of Bjug Day!

Make a gift of any size to anything you love before 11:59 pm PDT and you’ll be part of the biggest hearted day of the year for PLU and PLU students!

Will you answer the call and give to what you love?!

47 days ago by Teddy Wingo
πŸ’› Every Lute Counts! πŸ’›


Know 353 Lutes who still need to participate? OK, bit of a stretch... know 1 or 2? Now's the time to reach out! We are closing in on 2,021+ and every Lute counts! Call or text the Lutes you know and ask if they have given to what they Love this Bjug Day!

47 days ago by Teddy Wingo
🌎 Where do you know a Lute? 🌎


Lutes are giving to what they love all across the country. Let’s see if we can get this map filled in before Bjug Day comes to a close at midnight! πŸ•› 

Do you know a Lute in Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, Vermont or West Virginia? Give them a call and invite them to give to what they love! πŸ’›

47 days ago by Teddy Wingo
πŸ“š See what PLU Academic Departments are fundraising for! πŸ“š

School of Arts and Communication - From Dean Cameron Bennett:

As Dean of the School of Arts and Communication (SOAC), I take great pride in the incredible achievements and accomplishments of our talented students and faculty. Each year we highlight collaborations between artists and scholars, artistic and intellectual media, and our university and community. Providing access to renowned guest artists – either in person or remotely – enables our students to engage with the broader professional community and to deepen their learning and artistic development. 

Your support makes this and more possible!

The School of Arts and Communication has much to celebrate.  We are committed to providing our students with an exceptional education and to building and enhancing our community through the study, practice, and understanding of artistic expression. The pandemic highlighted the incredible importance of the arts and their integral role in our society. Your gift on Bjug Day brightens the future of PLU students. 

Thank you for your support of SOAC and your participation in Bjug Day!

School of Business – Impactful Experiences via Biz Venture Day:

Do you remember what it was like to push through your comfort zone? To have an experience that helped to shape your interests, and your future? For students in the introduction to Business course, BUSA 201, this happens via an innovative and culminating experiential opportunity. 

Biz Venture Day is part of a Shark Tank-like project where student teams strive to sell products or services from their new ventures to the campus community, and where all profits help fund a community charity.  While students traditionally bootstrap their way to early success, targeted funds from Bjug Day could really benefit student teams through micro-loans to help launch their entrepreneurial ventures. 

Donations to the Dean’s Fund in the School of Business will help students have impactful and unique experiences in an introduction course like no other.

School of Education & Kinesiology:

Education

The department of Education at PLU has a long and strong history of preparing equity minded, ethical and engaged k-12 educators at both the undergraduate and graduate level. The department has also built a Principal Preparation Program that provides candidates with the practical knowledge and skills they need to lead a school community in a responsive and results-oriented way.

A gift to the Education program at PLU will directly support the financial needs of teacher candidates, including support for required educator skills tests and transportation challenges related to field placements. These gifts help to open the door to all students who wish to pursue a career in education.

Kinesiology

The department of Kinesiology is regionally and nationally recognized for its academic rigor, integrated approach to the field and its focus on bridging the theory to practice gap. Students seek this degree in pursuit of a wide range of future careers in areas such as physical and occupational therapy; exercise physiology; cardiac rehabilitation; adapted sports and recreation; sport coaching; and training and conditioning. Over two-thirds of Kinesiology graduates ultimately pursue graduate education in pursuit of their career ambitions.

Gifts to the Kinesiology program at PLU will directly support the educational growth of students by funding for faculty student research and creative projects – including attending and participating in state, regional and national professional conferences as well as directly supporting the textbook and other supply needs of students in need. The department is seeking to establish a fund to support paid internships (internship scholarships) in the future. Larger gifts for this purpose would be enthusiastically welcomed.


Humanities:

Kiyomi Kashaba (β€˜21) and Professor Rona Kaufman, a 2019 Student-Faculty research team

The Humanities at PLU help students to engage — creatively, critically, and empathetically — with what it means to be human across the sweep of history, in diverse cultures and environments. Our classes, our community engagement, and our outreach all focus on honoring the humanity of every person and inspiring critical thinking about how human beings can and should live and work together. To do this, we carefully study the things that the pandemic has reminded us are foundationally important:  human connection, traditions, and culture. 

This year, donations to the division will support two projects. First, our work with the wider community at the Parkland Literacy Center, where PLU students offer tutoring, mentoring, and community to local middle- and high school students. Second, our student-faculty research teams, which build student skills and confidence through collaborative projects that advance human knowledge about language, literature, philosophy, religion, and writing. 

Interdisciplinary Programs:

 

Photos: Students in Environmental Studies conduct field study

Students in Interdisciplinary Programs focus on some of the most pressing concerns of today: diversity, justice and sustainability. In Global Studies and Chinese Studies, our students learn about diverse human cultures and communities. They consider the challenges experienced by migrants and refugees, the complexities of working in developing nations, and the challenges of international relations. Our programs in Gender, Sexuality, and Race Studies; Holocaust and Genocide Studies; and Native American and Indigenous Studies help our students wrestle with issues of social justice, colonialism, trauma, equity and inclusion. Environmental Studies, Innovation Studies, Printing and Publishing Arts, and STEM Education students are problem solvers, seeking out sustainable solutions to the dire challenges we face. 

This year, Interdisciplinary Studies programs are seeking funds for paid student internships, so that our students can take what they’ve learned on campus out into the world, to gain real-life experience, and support the work being done by non-profits and innovative institutions in our communities. Your gift to Interdisciplinary Programs this Bjug Day will support these efforts.

Native American and Indigenous Studies:

 

Photos: Camas harvesting on the PLU campus in May 2021

PLU is located on the hereditary lands of the Puyallup, Nisqually, and Squaxin Island peoples. In May, PLU welcomed Puyallup tribal members to campus to harvest camas bulbs—a staple food of their ancestors—and President Belton received a lesson in camas digging from Puyallup Cultural Director Connie McCloud. This year, thanks to the support of a private donor, Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS) is excited to welcome back Nancy Bob, our Southern Lushootseed language instructor. It is a truly remarkable opportunity for PLU students to learn the Indigenous language of this place: language is a window to understanding worldview, philosophy, and culture! 

NAIS seeks donors who will partner with us to ensure that we can continue to offer Southern Lushootseed in the future. In an era when four in ten Indigenous languages are at risk of disappearing, investing in the preservation and celebration of the language of the Southern Puget Sound has never been more important. Your gift to Native American and Indigenous Studies this Bjug Day will support these efforts. 

Political Science: 

The Department of Political Science has been hard at work helping students understand and engage with turbulent political times. As part of this effort, we want to turn our attention to the existential crises facing American democracy. In their book β€œFour Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy,” Suzanne Mettler and Robert C. Lieberman provide analysis of worrying trends in individual and institutional political behavior. In community, our department will lead conversations on each of the four threats starting with political polarization. This spring, through a series of events and formal/informal conversations we will try to better understand the state of polarization, the advantages and disadvantages of a polarized electorate, and where we go from this point. Your donation will help cover the cost of speakers, marketing events, and purchasing academic resources which will be useful for students interested in doing an even deeper dive into the topic. It should also be noted that much of these efforts will also be open to the community because our goal as a department is help students think beyond the confines of our beautiful campus and to consider how what they learn can be of use to their local, state, national, and international communities. Please take some time this Bjug Day to support these efforts and the excellent students in the Political Science Department. 

Psychology:

Each year, the Psychology Department supports student travel to professional conferences, specifically the Western Psychological Association. These conferences are often students’ first exposure to such an event, and they are highly impactful and memorable for the student. This year, all funds invested in the Psychology Department during Bjug Day — and we have an ambitious goal of $10,000 in investments — will support student and faculty travel to attend and present at professional conferences. Thank you for supporting these impactful experiences for Psychology community members!

48 days ago by Andrea Michelbach
"Why we're matching gifts to the Internship Fund this Bjug Day"

Jim (’78) Fredricksen shares why he and his wife Jane Fredricksen are offering a dollar-for-dollar match for gifts to the Internship Fund this Bjug Day:

β€œMy motivation for helping students at PLU probably started when attending PLU. Professors and administrators helped write references and made connections leading to part-time jobs in areas that I was actually interested in pursuing. They cared about and showed an interest in me. I’ve always thought I was lucky to have had their support. 

"After graduation Jane and I, plus our close circle of friends, had a chance to get to know Mr. Bill Crooks, a professor in the School of Business, and his dear wife Bobbe. They took an interest in us, as Lute grads, golfers, friends and were always interested in our careers.  We also saw how they interacted with students, developed a network with the local business community, and spent hours supporting the youth of the greater Tacoma area. What super role models and friends they were!

"After spending time with the PLU’s Business Advisory Board, plus engaging with students as a mentor, it seemed pretty clear that securing meaningful internships prior to graduation continued to be a priority. Unfortunately, not all internships are paid affairs. We came up with a plan to create a fund that could assist a wide range of students as they were beginning internships in areas that they really wanted to explore. This seemed like an immediate need that needed attention

"Last spring we were able to help over 20 students who needed a variety of assistance (tech support, transportation assistance, living expenses, etc.). The fun part was enabling the students to select the internship that they wanted, and hope that their experience was altogether more positive. Hopefully the short- and long-term feedback from these students will parallel the positive experience I’ve had in being part of the PLU community through the years.  Go Lutes."  

49 days ago by Teddy Wingo
πŸ“£ Share what you love about PLU! πŸ“£

This Bjug Day we’re asking you and other Lutes around the world to share what you love about PLU

Here are just some of the amazing responses we’ve received, so far! Just complete this short survey to share your message — photos and videos welcome! 

β€œI went to PLU to become a Nurse. The Nursing Program was hard but wonderful! When at college, I worked 12 hours/week in the Computer Center as part of my financial aid package. At that time it was located in the basement of the library. My future husband, Damon Wright worked as a Programmer/Analyst in the Center. We met, fell in love, and were married a year later. We just celebrated our 48th anniversary! I am grateful for PLU’s undergraduate program, and the fact that the Lord brought my husband and I together there. πŸ₯°β€ — Karen Wright ’76

β€œI don't have a student experience from which to draw so I am β€˜late to the table’ in that regard. However, as arts enthusiasts my husband and I are most impressed with PLU's music, theatre and lecture programs and appreciate them being open to the community and enriching our lives. Thank you!” —Linda Yates, Friend of PLU

β€œAs a non-traditional student that came into PLU, the staff, students, and other members were more than welcoming. I was terrified to go back to school with the fear of being older than my peers and working multiple jobs potentially hindering my success. But everyone at PLU cheered me on, became my peers, and helped me successfully become who I am today.” — Emily Stoen ’19

πŸ“£ Share your PLU story or what you love about PLU with us today! πŸ“£

52 days ago by Teddy Wingo
πŸ“š See what PLU Academic Departments are fundraising for! πŸ“š

School of Arts and Communication - From Dean Cameron Bennett:


As Dean of the School of Arts and Communication (SOAC), I take great pride in the incredible achievements and accomplishments of our talented students and faculty. Each year we highlight collaborations between artists and scholars, artistic and intellectual media, and our university and community.  Providing access to renowned guest artists – either in person or remotely – enables our students to engage with the broader professional community and to deepen their learning and artistic development. 

Your support makes this and more possible!

The School of Arts and Communication has much to celebrate.  We are committed to providing our students with an exceptional education and to building and enhancing our community through the study, practice, and understanding of artistic expression.   The pandemic highlighted the incredible importance of the arts and their integral role in our society.  Your gift on Bjug Day brightens the future of PLU students. 

Thank you for your support of SOAC and your participation in Bjug Day!




School of Business – Impactful Experiences via Biz Venture Day:


Do you remember what it was like to push through your comfort zone? To have an experience that helped to shape your interests, and your future? For students in the introduction to Business course, BUSA 201, this happens via an innovative and culminating experiential opportunity. 

Biz Venture Day is part of a Shark Tank-like project where student teams strive to sell products or services from their new ventures to the campus community, and where all profits help fund a community charity.  While students traditionally bootstrap their way to early success, targeted funds from Bjug Day could really benefit student teams through micro-loans to help launch their entrepreneurial ventures. 

Donations to the Dean’s Fund in the School of Business will help students have impactful and unique experiences in an introduction course like no other.


Humanities:

Kiyomi Kashaba (β€˜21) and Professor Rona Kaufman, a 2019 Student-Faculty research team

The Humanities at PLU help students to engage — creatively, critically, and empathetically — with what it means to be human across the sweep of history, in diverse cultures and environments. Our classes, our community engagement, and our outreach all focus on honoring the humanity of every person and inspiring critical thinking about how human beings can and should live and work together. To do this, we carefully study the things that the pandemic has reminded us are foundationally important:  human connection, traditions, and culture. 

This year, donations to the division will support two projects. First, our work with the wider community at the Parkland Literacy Center, where PLU students offer tutoring, mentoring, and community to local middle- and high school students. Second, our student-faculty research teams, which build student skills and confidence through collaborative projects that advance human knowledge about language, literature, philosophy, religion, and writing. 


Interdisciplinary Programs:

Photos: Students in Environmental Studies conduct field study

Students in Interdisciplinary Programs focus on some of the most pressing concerns of today: diversity, justice and sustainability. In Global Studies and Chinese Studies, our students learn about diverse human cultures and communities. They consider the challenges experienced by migrants and refugees, the complexities of working in developing nations, and the challenges of international relations. Our programs in Gender, Sexuality, and Race Studies; Holocaust and Genocide Studies; and Native American and Indigenous Studies help our students wrestle with issues of social justice, colonialism, trauma, equity and inclusion. Environmental Studies, Innovation Studies, Printing and Publishing Arts, and STEM Education students are problem solvers, seeking out sustainable solutions to the dire challenges we face. 

This year, Interdisciplinary Studies programs are seeking funds for paid student internships, so that our students can take what they’ve learned on campus out into the world, to gain real-life experience, and support the work being done by non-profits and innovative institutions in our communities. Your gift to Interdisciplinary Programs this Bjug Day will support these efforts.


Native American and Indigenous Studies:

Photos: Camas harvesting on the PLU campus in May 2021

PLU is located on the hereditary lands of the Puyallup, Nisqually, and Squaxin Island peoples. In May, PLU welcomed Puyallup tribal members to campus to harvest camas bulbs—a staple food of their ancestors—and President Belton received a lesson in camas digging from Puyallup Cultural Director Connie McCloud. This year, thanks to the support of a private donor, Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS) is excited to welcome back Nancy Bob, our Southern Lushootseed language instructor. It is a truly remarkable opportunity for PLU students to learn the Indigenous language of this place: language is a window to understanding worldview, philosophy, and culture! 

NAIS seeks donors who will partner with us to ensure that we can continue to offer Southern Lushootseed in the future. In an era when four in ten Indigenous languages are at risk of disappearing, investing in the preservation and celebration of the language of the Southern Puget Sound has never been more important. Your gift to Native American and Indigenous Studies this Bjug Day will support these efforts. 


Political Science: 

The Department of Political Science has been hard at work helping students understand and engage with turbulent political times. As part of this effort, we want to turn our attention to the existential crises facing American democracy. In their book β€œFour Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy,” Suzanne Mettler and Robert C. Lieberman provide analysis of worrying trends in individual and institutional political behavior. In community, our department will lead conversations on each of the four threats starting with political polarization. This spring, through a series of events and formal/informal conversations we will try to better understand the state of polarization, the advantages and disadvantages of a polarized electorate, and where we go from this point. Your donation will help cover the cost of speakers, marketing events, and purchasing academic resources which will be useful for students interested in doing an even deeper dive into the topic. It should also be noted that much of these efforts will also be open to the community because our goal as a department is help students think beyond the confines of our beautiful campus and to consider how what they learn can be of use to their local, state, national, and international communities. Please take some time this Bjug Day to support these efforts and the excellent students in the Political Science Department. 


Psychology:

Each year, the Psychology Department supports student travel to professional conferences, specifically the Western Psychological Association. These conferences are often students’ first exposure to such an event, and they are highly impactful and memorable for the student. This year, all funds invested in the Psychology Department during Bjug Day — and we have an ambitious goal of $10,000 in investments — will support student and faculty travel to attend and present at professional conferences. Thank you for supporting these impactful experiences for Psychology community members!

52 days ago by Andrea Michelbach
Want to get swag? πŸ’›πŸ§” Sign up to volunteer by Oct. 3 β˜‘οΈ

You only have a few DAYS LEFT to get special Bjug Day swag. Just sign up as a SociaLute social media volunteer by Oct. 3.

 

When you sign up by Oct. 3, you’ll get your own paper PLU heart πŸ’›, Bjug beard πŸ§”, and special bonus surprise ✨ mailed to you — all in time for Bjug Day on Oct. 19-20. 

After you sign up, all you have to do is stay tuned. We’ll connect you with all the support you need to help make this the best Bjug Day yet — for you and for PLU! 

πŸ’› Sign me up! πŸ’›

66 days ago by Andrea Michelbach
About Bjug Day

PLU's annual Bjug Day of Giving is a joyful πŸŽ‰ and big-hearted tradition πŸ’› named after PLU's bearded founder, the Rev. Bjug Harstad. πŸ§”

During Bjug Day, people across the world come together to celebrate πŸ‘ and invest 🌱in what they love through PLU. πŸ’› 

We do this because we know that students and alumni with a PLU education are leaders helping to make their communities 🀝 and the earth 🌎 a better place for everyone, including each of us. 

66 days ago by Andrea Michelbach

πŸ’› Where Lutes Are Giving πŸ’›
AreaDonors$ Raised
Wild Hope Center for Vocation22$3,533
- Psychology Department15$1,087
School of Nursing13$11,220
- Music Department9$2,545
PLU Fund Academic Excellence9$1,086
- Kinesiology Department9$706
- Chemistry Department8$2,046
- Mathematics Department7$1,513
Division of Humanities5$1,560
School of Arts and Communication4$465
- Economics Department4$600
- Biology Department4$225
School of Business3$500
- Holocaust Studies3$166
Theater and Dance Department3$500
Division of Natural Sciences3$250
- Art & Design Department3$135
Native American and Indigenous Studies3$700
Division of Social Sciences2$432
- Education Department2$1,050
- Physics Department2$300
- MESA Program2$280
- Innovation Studies Program Fund2$16,692
Computer Science Department2$120
Communication Department2$150
- Religion Department2$210
- Political Science Department2$270
- Environmental Studies Program2$300
Wang Center for Global Education2$225
Library Fund2$1,220
- Anthropology Department1$110
School of Education and Kinesiology1$240
- Sociology Department1$120
- History Department1$50
- Social Work Department1$100
International Honors Program1$360
Global Studies Program1$360
Gender, Sexuality and Race Studies Program0$0
Interdisciplinary Programs0$0
- Marriage & Family Therapy Department0$0
- Geosciences Department0$0
- Philosophy Department0$0
- MFA Rainier Writing Workshop0$0
- Languages and Literatures Department0$0
Hispanic and Latino Studies Program0$0
- English Department0$0
PLU Internship Fund0$0
Class Year LeaderboardThe Class Year Leaderboard reflects giving from Alumni, Students, Parents
AffiliationDonors$ Raised
20245$1,131
20232$200
20222$560
20211$50
20203$600
20182$100
20174$600
20161$20
20152$180
20142$120
20133$800
20121$100
20113$221
20103$220
20093$570
20083$160
20074$540
20061$50
20052$220
20041$100
19991$16,667
19971$1,000
19931$60
19891$125
19881$50
19871$25
19852$280
19841$50
19821$1,200
19811$50
19771$1,000
19751$36
19732$1,200
19701$250
19671$2,000
19642$950
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