The President's Circle

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Founded by a group of dedicated University of Scranton supporters, The President's Circle was inspired by the tradition of leadership immortalized by our founding father, Bishop William G. O’Hara, D.D.

The President’s Circle comprises an exceptional core of alumni, parents and friends who believe in Scranton’s mission. President’s Circle donors embody the Magis—a restless desire for excellence grounded in gratitude.  Their leadership encourages others to give as it helps Scranton to remain a home for creativity, faith, innovation and inspiration.

The University has developed into a nationally prominent and respected institution because of its commitment to the mission of providing educational opportunities for deserving, talented and motivated students regardless of household income.  More than $15 million in merit-based scholarships is awarded annually to current students.

Donors making the annual philanthropic commitment at the President’s Circle level of $1,000 or more help provide the University with resources necessary to enhance every aspect of campus life and insure The University of Scranton maintains its position at the forefront of Catholic higher education.

Levels of Recognition:

The Ignatian Society
Annual gifts of $25,000+ 
  
The Arrupe Society
Annual gifts of $10,000 to $24,999
 
The Magis Society
Annual gifts of $5,000 to $9,999
 
The Royal Society
Annual gifts of $1,000 to $4,999

Graduates of the last ten years making incremental annual gifts of $100 
will be recognized as members of The Royal Society.
 
Class of 2005 $1,000 Class of 2010 $500
Class of 2006 $900 Class of 2011 $400
Class of 2007 $800 Class of 2012 $300
Class of 2008 $700 Class of 2013 $200
Class of 2009 $600 Class of 2014 $100

 Additional Recognition Societies:

The Cornerstone Society

Honors cumulative lifetime cash gifts of $1 million and above

The Estate Society

Recognizes generous donors who have named the University as the beneficiary of a planned gift

 

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