As a newer employee to the College, welcome to our St. Scholastica community. Thank you for choosing to join the College in providing our students with the best education possible.
Each fall the Faculty/Staff Campaign Committee approaches all employees to ask for participation in the College's fundraising efforts, and each year employees respond generously. In fact, our 201/12 campaign raised $119,431.
We are proud to inform you that St. Scholastica's participation rate was 35 percent last year. What a wonderful display of generosity, belief in our students, and belief in everything the College stands for.
Simply put - a gift of any size is meaningful, and increasing employee participation is the goal!
Several funding priorities are highlighted each year, and the priorities for 2010 include:
For more information on these College Priorities, please click here.
Of course if you prefer to direct your contribution to something other than a College priority, the online pledge form provides you the opportunity to select an "other" designation.
Payroll deduction is the most popular choice for faculty and staff. This option allows you to spread your pledge out over twelve months (twenty-four pay periods) starting with the first pay period in January 2013. The College actually has 26 pay periods each year, but two pay periods do not have any health insurance or donation deductions taken out.
Check or cash gifts are also options for supporting the campaign. Just make your check payable to CSS, and deliver to the Office of College Advancement ~ T1410.
Credit card gifts are accepted as well. To make a gift using a VISA, MasterCard, or Discover credit card, go to https://www2.css.edu/epayment/IA/index.cfm.
Please feel free to contact the Campaign Committee at email@example.com if you have any questions, or if you prefer a personal visit to further explain the campaign.
Please become a partner in the campaign this year, at whatever level is comfortable for you. By partnering together, we will secure the future of our wonderful community of learning.
Vivat! Vivat, St. Scholastica!