The Gettysburg Fund
This Year, Every Year.
Gifts to the Gettysburg Fund make the difference for our students.
They always have. They always will.
The Gettysburg Fund helps keep the core academic program robust and current, supports scholarships and financial aid, and funds research programs, athletic opportunities, field trips, and other hands-on learning experiences. It pays for initiatives that keep the College moving forward.
It allows Gettysburg to address priorities in areas of greatest opportunity, keeping the College able to respond to changes in the economic and educational landscape in ways that best serve our students.
Donors who make leadership-level gifts to the Gettysburg Fund are members of the Cupola Society, a prestigious circle of alumni, parents, and friends. Learn more about the Cupola Society.
The Gettysburg Fund is the cornerstone of the College’s Annual Givingprogram. Annual gifts from alumni, parents, and friends go toward college costs in the year they are made.
Gettysburg Fund Named Scholarship
With a four-year pledge of a minimum annual gift of $5000, donors can create their own Gettysburg Fund Named Scholarship to be awarded to a current Gettysburg student.
Gettysburg Fund Named Scholarship donors and their scholarship students can build a special relationship that begins during the undergraduate years. This includes an invitation to the President’s Appreciation Luncheon, held every spring.
Clearly, financial need is great, and Gettysburg’s ability to meet it must be strong and immediate to compete with other top liberal arts colleges.
For more information about starting your Gettysburg Fund Named Scholarship, contact email@example.com or call 1-800-238-5528.