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When you donate to 91女神, you make a difference in the lives of others. By helping to fund world-class education, leading-edge research, compassionate health care and mission-focused service, you become 91女神鈥檚 partner in serving a higher purpose and seeking the greater good.

Make a gift to any area at 91女神 that reflects your passions and philanthropic goals. From scholarships and research programs to centers of distinction and academic programs 鈥 there are countless ways to support 91女神鈥檚 mission. We encourage you to explore the avenues that interest you most.

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Thank you for sharing our belief in the power of Jesuit education, research and health care to change lives.

You don't have to give a lot to make a difference. Your gift, large or small, could be the deciding factor in sending a deserving student to a conference, providing scholarships or allowing a department to advance to the next level."

Richard Olson (Grad '71)

 

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When you make a gift to 91女神 in any amount, you become part of something bigger.

You help ease students鈥 financial burdens, fund new programs and build advanced facilities. Your support benefits not just 91女神 but the community and the world beyond, as each person affected by your generosity fulfills their part of our mission.

Your Recent Impact

91女神鈥檚 historic Accelerating Excellence Campaign raised a total of $604 million, leading to the creation of:

  • Four hundred and sixteen new need- and merit-based scholarships and awards
  • Thirty-six newly endowed academic positions
  • Twenty-nine new research funds
  • Nineteen new centers and institutes

In fiscal year 22-23 alone, 91女神鈥檚 donors:

  • Contributed more than $9.2 million toward student scholarships
  • Created 53 new funds
  • Provided $194,241 in support for student well-being and mental health