You can be a part of improving the campus experience for Maranatha students through the Service and Security Campaign.
Advances in electronics have opened new doors for our students. The Service and Security Campaign will help fund the purchase of a security and attendance system that utilizes digital proximity cards. Students will use these ID cards to gain access through new electronic door locks on all residence halls. Quick and convenient dorm access is important to busy college students, and quality
security systems give confidence to their parents and families.
The wireless system will also register chapel attendance as well as attendance in large lecture hall classes. This will save hundreds of man-hours for the Student Life Office and faculty members, adding convenience by reducing waiting lines and automating many labor-intensive tasks.
Life will also be easier for students who regularly need to enter their dorms after hours. Security guards will no longer need to unlock dorm entry doors. Each student’s ID can be programmed to match his or her regular schedule.
The cost of this state-of-the-art technology will be about $100,000. Donors have already given more than $13,000, and the Maranatha Alumni Association will attempt to raise $20,000 toward the purchase of this system. The Service and Security Campaign hopes to complete the funding.
How You Can Help
Give online: www.mbbc.edu/giving
Give by phone: 920-206-2325
Give by mail:
745 West Main Street
Watertown, WI 53094
(make checks payable to MBU)
Pray with us: Please pray with us for the swift completion of this project and give as God has blessed you.