Earlier this year, the campaign surpassed the $425 million milestone, and the effort continues until June 2019 with a laser-beam focus on scholarship support.
Davidson alumnae have created a lasting way to recognize their favorite professor’s contributions to the college and the countless ways he continues to influence their lives today.
The original 2,000 donor goal was hit at 4 p.m., and the #AllinforDavidson challenge shattered records!
Davidson College’s ongoing fundraising campaign crossed its original goal of $425 million more than a year ahead of schedule and already has generated more than $187 million for scholarships to bring talented young people to Davidson, funded more than a dozen professorships and built a transdisciplinary academic center that serves as a model for higher Read More
The Davidson College community rallied to raise $66 million over the just-ended fiscal year, the second-highest total in school history. The vital funds will be channeled into scholarships, faculty support–the equivalent of 10 professorships, athletics and helping graduates launch into careers or further education.
Bionic limbs, targeted cancer therapies, stem cells, laparoscopic surgeries, gene sequencing–medical research advances save or improve countless lives every day. Through a program in partnership with Davidson alumni and research centers across the country, students participate in some of today’s most promising efforts to understand, treat and eradicate diseases. The Davidson Research Network (DRN) provides Read More
Lula Bell Houston dedicated her entire 60-year career to serving and building relationships with Davidson students. This fall, a new on-campus resource center named Lula Bell’s will remove barriers to student success and provide enriching programs for all students.
The Hub@Davidson will connect Davidson students and faculty with entrepreneurs and innovators in a unique space. The project has received a boost with a gift from alumnus Ed Van Deman ’69 and his wife, Dr. Nancie Fimbel.
This year’s record-breaking giving day, #AllinforDavidson, raised $1,041,125 from 3,698 donors. The April 26 event began at 5:23 a.m. and lasted 18 hours and 37 minutes in recognition of the college’s 1837 founding.
A new gift from former Davidson parent Scott MacDonald will allow students to pursue internship experiences that are consistent with their career interests and would not have been possible without financial support. The MacDonald Family Internship Program is a companion to the successful MacDonald Community Scholars Program at Davidson and jointly honors MacDonald’s sons, Davidson graduates Andrew ’03 and Ross ’08.
Generous support from Wells Fargo made this year’s Davidson Impact Fellowships possible. Through this increasingly competitive program, recent graduates aim to address health, education and environmental issues across the U.S. and around the world.
Scholarships, international experiences, athletic programs, research opportunities, internships and more were made possible because of your gifts. Thank you for making this fiscal year a great one and for all you do for Davidson!
Davidson’s proximity to Charlotte provides countless opportunities for students, and Davidson alumni enrich the Charlotte community as they become involved through their careers and community engagement initiatives.
Alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends of the college gave the #AllinforDavidson challenge 109%! More than 2,727 donors gave more than $763,269 to Davidson in a single day during the college’s third #AllinforDavidson challenge. The total includes $350,000 from challenge donors plus all the gifts made by alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends in the 24-hour period.
Carole and Marcus Weinstein have committed $1M of further support to Davidson’s Weinstein International Programs. Their gift supports international students’ travel in the U.S., student/faculty research collaborations and more.
Davidson students often point to a certain location or activity at Davidson as their “home away from home.” For many, it’s their residence hall, where they have bonded with a roommate or hall mates. For scholar athletes, it could be the time they spend with their teammates who have become like family. For performers, it Read More