Importance of Gifts
Every day, Penn State DuBois carries out its mission to nurture students, create knowledge and revitalize its communities thanks to the spirit and loyalty of people who care for this great institution. When you give to Penn State DuBois, you play a vital role in the life of the university. Monetary gifts fuel the engines of student scholarship, program development, maintenance, administration and other mission-related needs.
Penn State DuBois continues its long-held traditions of academic excellence and accessibility to all who want to learn. Providing the scope of outstanding programs and activities offered at Penn State DuBois requires considerable financial support beyond the cost of tuition. Thanks to generous donors, Penn State DuBois can keep its promises to our highly motivated students and help them achieve goals beyond their expectations.
Penn State DuBois For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students, has set a goal of $12 million by 2014. As of Fall 2011, alumni, parents, students, friends, faculty and staff, foundations, businesses and corporations have helped the campaign reach 78% of its goal through, gifts, pledges, planned gifts and grants. As you review this website, I encourage you to find a giving opportunity that appeals to you and I invite you to contact me directly, or any of Penn State DuBois Campaign Committee members, to talk further about how you can make a difference at Penn State DuBois.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Director of Development Penn State DuBois
Penn State vigorously seeks philanthropic support to meet academic needs for which public appropriations are inadequate or unavailable. Although the amount of private support received by the University has increased over the last few years, it continues to lag behind others in the Big Ten.
The For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students will help close this gap and focus on Penn State students so they may achieve greatness, like many Penn State alumni today.
If you have any questions, please contact Jean Wolf, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 372-3038.
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Director of Development
Development and Alumni Relations Officer
- For the Future