Keystone Scholarship Dinner
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Amherst at Deerpark
At this special event, we will bring together scholarship recipients and generous donors to the Keystone Scholarship Fund to raise critical funds for need and merit-based scholarships for students who desire a Christ-centered education from Montreat College. Join us as we celebrate the Lord’s continued provision for the Keystone Scholarship Fund and be inspired by how Montreat College students and alumni are impacting the world for Jesus Christ.
2019 Keystone Scholarship Dinner Distinguished Speakers
Dr. Mark Noll is a leading church historian and currently a research professor of history at Regent College. He recently retired as the Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame, having previously served as professor of history and theological studies at Wheaton College. Dr. Noll has written and edited many influential books and received the National Endowment for the Humanities medal at the White House in 2006.
Dr. Nathan Hatch has served as president of Wake Forest University since 2005. He has served on the board of the American Council on Education and as chair of the Division I Board of Directors of the NCAA. Dr. Hatch joined the faculty at The University of Notre Dame in 1975 and was named provost, the university’s second highest-ranking position, in 1996. He is regularly cited as one of the most influential scholars in the study of the history of religion in America.
Keystone Scholarship Fund
For many of our students, an education at Montreat College would not be possible without scholarship support. Donor support of the Keystone Scholarship Fund allows Montreat College to make this Christ-centered education financially attainable for families and reward high-achieving students. Make a gift to the Keystone Scholarship Fund with your support of the Keystone Scholarship Dinner.