Your gift can impact students and the College in a variety of ways. Through the following giving opportunities, you can increase access for students through scholarships, support programs and facilities, create a legacy through planned giving, support special projects and so much more.
The All Saints Annual Fund is the highest priority for St. Scholastica each year. This is the most versatile support you can provide. The College will use your gift where it will do the most good, from classroom equipment to financial aid. No matter how large or small, your donation helps our students by strengthening the St. Scholastica experience.
St. Scholastica was founded to serve individuals who were traditionally underserved and underrepresented in education. In it's 109th academic year, the College continues to strive to offer opportunity and access to future generations of Saints. Sponsor a Saint is an opportunity to directly support students through scholarships. Our goal is to raise $500 for every incoming freshman beginning their journey.
These are suggested giving amounts, but any investment will support our Saints!
*$1,000 investors qualify as members of the CSS President's Circle and will also receive associated benefits.
The goal of planned giving is to help you plan your estate and charitable giving in a way that benefits you, your family and charity. There are several ways you can make these planned gifts and enjoy tax and income benefits. Designating a gift in your estate plan to The College of St. Scholastica will help you leave your personal legacy in a way that will sustain the College's mission. Such legacy gifts have been — and will continue to be — a valued source of support for the College.
Give to CSS Day 2021 was our most successful giving day ever! We more than doubled our participation goal. Our Saints community surpassed our expectations and more than 700 Saints participated raising more than $130,000. Gifts on Give to CSS Day will support our current and future students in a variety of ways, including through scholarships, Storm's Cupboard (CSS student food shelf), undergraduate research, program support, student conference experiences, athletics, and more. Additionally, every donor who made a gift of $75 or more not only received a CSS branded picnic blanket and one was donated to Student Activities. We are excited to report that more than 425 blankets will be donated to Student Activities and used to welcome new Saints to campus in the fall of 2021.
Thank you for your support! Your gifts will enable CSS students from all walks of life to follow their purpose.
Since 1912, The College of St. Scholastica has been focused on providing students with intellectual and moral preparation for responsible living and meaningful work. We rely on the broader community to ensure we are creating opportunities for our students and are a collaborative partner in building a robust Twin Ports community. Community Partnerships for Education Excellence (CPEE) is an opportunity to bring together philanthropic support and business collaboration to make our community stronger.
CPEE will serve as your corporate concierge, helping identify all the ways to partner with the College. Partnerships can range from internships and employee recruitment to workforce development and marketing through sponsorships.
Contact Erin Kreeger to learn more.
Endowed scholarships are perpetual scholarships which generate earnings that are awarded to deserving students. This is the most reliable source of scholarship assistance at the College and one way to ensure your gift will impact students for years to come.
Contact Jenny Anderson to learn more.
The St. Scholastica Alumni Association Scholarship is a need and merit-based scholarship for sons, daughters, nieces and nephews of alumni. Gifts to the Scholarship Fund have a profound, meaningful impact on the lives of our Legacy Saints. Scholarships are awarded annually to 4 to 5 students and range between $900 to $3,000 each.
The All-Saints Reunion is not only a time to celebrate and reflect on your experiences as a student at the College, but an opportunity to impact future generations of Saints. Your gift through the Class Gift Program will improve the lives of our students as well as strengthen all of our academic programs.
We could not come together in 2020, but look forward to a double celebration in 2021. This means that all reunion class years that would have been celebrated in 2020, including the Class of 1970, will be celebrated during Reunion Weekend 2021: 1945, 1946, 1950, 1951, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1961, 1965, 1966, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, and 2001. We hope you can join us for this unprecedented and exciting weekend of festivities!
Gifts supporting any area of the College are counted towards the program and can be made in a variety of ways. You can make a contribution online, or mail a check to the College Advancement Office. Please connect with College Advancement to explore ways of giving beyond an online contribution including planned giving options, gifts of stock, retirement contributions, and insurance beneficiaries by emailing email@example.com or (218) 723-5980.
St. Scholastica faculty and staff's tremendous work and commitment to our community is truly providing students intellectual and moral preparation for responsible living and meaningful work. Thank you for giving not only your time and talent, but also your treasure to support our students.
Gifts to the faculty and staff campaign can be directed to any area of need at the College. Gifts can be made online, through payroll deduction, or mailed to College Advancement in Tower 1410.
There are many other ways you can support the College. Please contact the College Advancement Office to learn more about custom giving programs.
Gifts of securities often give the donor significant tax benefits. Donations of appreciated stock held for over one year are usually tax-deductible at market value -- eliminating capital gains taxes on long-term holdings.
College Contact Details
Tower Hall, Room 1410
Vice President for College Advancement
Director of Planned Giving
Annual Giving Officer