You’ve already made an impact at Seton Hall. Now it’s time to leave your legacy.
Make your gift now:
You have contributed in class, supported clubs and organizations, attended events, and have been involved in countless ways. But, making a class gift is different. Making your class gift shows your commitment to Seton Hall, and it shows others that you are proud of what you have accomplished during your time at Seton Hall University.
When you donate to the Seton Hall as a senior in the class of 2013, you are starting a tradition. You send a message to the Seton Hall community, especially the classes behind us, that you are committed to improving the University.
The most important reason to donate is that it increases Seton Hall’s national profile which in return increases the worth of your diploma. A larger participation leads to a higher ranking in national assessments such as from U.S. News & World Report. If you decide to donate to your specific college, it increases the possibility for appearances from high-profile speakers and improvements department-wide.
Where to Donate
Seniors have the opportunity to decide where they would like their donation to end up. Below are the options for where to donate:
- Student Scholarships – Will enable more scholarship dollars to be given out to students.
- Student Emergency Fund – Will be used to provide financial assistance (in the form of tuition, fees, room and board, etc) to students experiencing serious emergencies.
- Schools/Colleges: Goes to support the school/college the donor chooses. Simply put, it goes into the school’s “checking account” and gives the Dean additional money to increase educational opportunities within that school.
The Senior Philanthropy Committee thanks you for considering making a class gift to improve Seton Hall University. Go Pirates!
If you prefer to make your gift by cash or check, or if you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.