The Mount Olive College Society is composed of individuals and organizations that believe in the mission of Mount Olive College and pledge to become partners with the College in transforming education and transforming lives. Society members are committed to advancing Mount Olive College through individual actions and financial support of $1,000 or more annually. Proudly, Society members are taking the lead in providing the needed resources for future generations.
The Mount Olive College Society is composed of alumni, parents, Original Free Will Baptists, businesses, faculty and staff, foundations and friends.
What Society Membership Entails
Society members enter a unique partnership with Mount Olive College and are apprised of the latest information about the College through a quarterly Society Ties e-newsletter, which will include a message from the President and other leaders of the College. Receiving notices of special events across the College’s seven locations, regional social gatherings and individualized attention are also hallmarks of Society membership. As a token of gratitude and a visible sign of support for Mount Olive College, a handcrafted decorative pin for the ladies and a custom designed necktie for the men will be given to Society members to be worn at Mount Olive College functions.
Recognition of Mount Olive College Society members will occur throughout the year at catered receptions designed to celebrate the dedication of Society members. In addition, Society members will be published in our annual Honor Roll of Donors. However, the greatest recognition of the gifts of Society members will be the gratitude of students whose lives are transformed through their experiences at Mount Olive College.
Mount Olive College thrives because of the support of numerous individuals. We are a private institution rooted in the liberal arts tradition with defining Christian values. The College, sponsored by the Convention of Original Free Will Baptists, has locations in Mount Olive, New Bern, Wilmington, Goldsboro, Research Triangle Park, Washington and Jacksonville.