The past four years at Loyola have made a tremendous impact on your life...
It is time to say thank you and leave your mark!
What is the Senior Class Gift Campaign?
The Class of 2013’s time has finally come: Senior Year and a chance to participate in a Loyola tradition dating back decades. Each year, Loyola's graduating seniors band together to raise funds for their soon-to-be alma mater as a way of showing their thanks to the University, demonstrating their sense of community and connection, and leaving a lasting impact that reflects the spirit of their class.
Our Loyola experiences are unique and will forever impact our lives. Our class has the opportunity to give back directly to the programs that will forever characterize our experiences. Give to your school, your team or your favorite activity; Designate your gift where is means the most to you…
Greyhounds Athletics Fund
Center of Community Service and Justice
School of Education
Loyola College of Arts & Sciences
Sellinger School of Business
Who is leading the 2013 Senior Class Gift campaign?
Senior Class Gift Chair: Caitlin Humphries
Vice Chair of Marketing: Eric Weinstein
Vice Chair of Events: Shannon Donlon
Vice Chair of Fundraising: Erin Westdyk
Committee Members: Brendan Canale, Shannon Chong, Kelly Dale, Emily Desimone, Caroline Evans, Nora Kearney, Michelle Lamberta, JT Laue, Jen Wagh.
Want to get involved? There are still some committee spots open. Fill out an application today and email it into Emilie Linsenmeyer at email@example.com.
What is the 2013 Senior Gift Campaign's Goal?
Participation. Participation is key! The more members of our class who choose to support Loyola, the stronger we will reflect our sense of Class of 2013 unity and Loyola pride!
40% Participation totaling $8000 of student gifts!
Why should you support the Senior Class Gift?
- Unity and Communication:
The Senior Class Gift Campaign is a perfect opportunity for members of the class to connect before graduation and to create communication channels for life after Loyola.
- Tradition and Pride:
By giving a gift to Loyola, you are joining the thousands of alumni before you, who say "thank you" to the University through their annual gifts.
- Philanthropic Support:
Think of all that you have gained from your Loyola experience - all the friends, lessons, experiences and memories. The Senior Class Gift is your chance to give back!
- Message of Appreciation:
The Senior Class Gift is the perfect way to show the Loyola Community that you value your degree from the University.
Why does my gift matter?
Every gift makes a difference.
- Many publications (such as U.S. News & World Report) rank Loyola and use the percentage of alumni who donate annually to determine overall alumni satisfaction.
- Foundations and corporations, in turn, look at alumni giving participation rates as they determine funding for non-profit institutions such as Loyola.
- Your gift helps contribute to the overall value of your Loyola University Maryland degree.
How do I give?
It's easy! You can give using your credit/debit card.
Can't afford to pay it all at once? No problem! You can set up a recurring payment using your credit/debit card.
How do I stay connected to Loyola after I graduate?
Participating in programs sponsored by the Alumni Association in Baltimore and throughout the country will allow you to remain close to your alma mater and friends and hear exciting news about the University.
The Senior Class Barbecue, the Bull and Oyster Roast, and Reunions are just some of the events in store for the Class of 2013!
Whether you like to continue the Jesuit tradition of participating in community service activities or would like to help plan your Five-Year Reunion, Loyola’s Regional Alumni Chapters and Committees provide an opportunity to network with your peers and remain part of the Loyola University Maryland Community.
If you are interested in getting more involved or learning more about the Alumni Association, please visit Loyola's Alumni website.
For more information on the Senior Class Gift campaign, please email Emilie Linsenmeyer, Phonathon Coordinator, Annual Giving, or call her at 410-617-5746.