Uganda Christian University Partners is a non-profit charitable organization committed to raise public awareness about Uganda Christian University in the United States by seeking material and spiritual support for students through sponsorships; and by procuring funds for buildings and other needed projects. Uganda Christian University Partners seeks to further the University’s mission of preparing students 'through teaching, scholarship, service, spiritual formation, student development and social involvement....for thoughtful, productive lives of Christian faith and service in their respective professions and places.
Becoming a Partner provides the opportunity for you to join with our friends in Uganda and other Christians around the world in fulfilling this exciting vision that our Lord has presented to us. Our vision for the next few years is to expand the campus and facilities in order to accommodate growing enrollment, develop student and faculty exchange programs, increase our scholarship offerings, and help to enhance the image of the University as an institution of quality education and faithfulness to its mission statement and motto: "Alpha and Omega: God the Beginning and End".
Uganda Partners publishes an e-newsletter every few weeks to keep you up to date on our work at UCU. If you would like to receive the e-Partners, please click here
The Combined Federal Campaign is a campaign of the U.S. government and is "the world's largest workplace giving fundraising drive. In the last quarter of every calendar year, CFC invites civilian, military and postal employees to support eligible national and local charities."
We are pleased to be a part of this major fundraising campaign and are listed with other charitable organizations that support work in Africa. We would greatly appreciate your help with this year's campaign which begins September 15th.
Uganda Partners' CFC number is #11888. Please click here to visit CFC's website and donate now.
We are pleased to introduce Mark Bartels, Uganda Partner’s newly elected Executive Director. In 2004, Mark and Abby Bartels moved from California to Uganda to start the Uganda Studies Program, a study abroad program offered in partnership with the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities and Uganda Christian University. Since its beginning in 2004, the Uganda Studies Program has received more than 600 students from more than 90 different universities. During his time directing the Uganda Studies Program, Mark has enjoyed teaching and mentoring Christian college students, but also orienting and guiding them through cross-cultural immersion. This role has also included extensive study and travel around Uganda and Rwanda.