Our First Chance to Pay It Forward
Dartmouth has provided us with outstanding academic resources, lasting friendships, and countless memories over the past four years. This is our first chance to pay forward what the College has given us-enrich the experiences of the students who will come after us. Join us in supporting the 2013 Senior Class Gift and help us make this year the most successful senior campaign yet.
Support the Class of 2017
The tradition of the Senior Class Gift is for newest class of Dartmouth alumni (that’s us) to support Dartmouth’s newest students. Every $1,000 we raise for the Senior Class Gift will provide a scholarship to a member of the Class of 2017. Last year, 80 percent of the Class of 2012 contributed to the Senior Class Gift, raising $24,000. Thanks to them, 24 students in the Class of 2016 are now able to attend Dartmouth. We can do better! We’ll get to meet the ’17s our gifts have supported in person at the Senior Class Gift Brunch at Homecoming next year.
Ways to Give
Give by credit card online by clicking the link at the top right, come to a Senior Class Gift event, or send cash or a check in a Senior Class Gift envelope. Contact any Intern or Volunteer to get an envelope or make your gift! (The last day to give via DA$H was May 14, 2013.)
Triple Your Giving Power
The Class of 1963 has generously offered to match every dollar we give—twice. So if you give $20.13, the ’63s will give an additional $40.26. So your contribution will have three times the impact.
Make a leadership gift of $100 or more and you will be recognized as a member of the 1769 Society. You’ll receive special recognition and be invited to a 1769 Society reception at the Top of the Hop during Homecoming 2013. Plus you’ll get a cool Dartmouth College padfolio—perfect for interviews and meetings.
Honor a Mentor
When you give $20.13 or more, you’ll get to honor a member of the Dartmouth community who has had an impact on your Dartmouth experience. That professor, coach, staff member, or other Dartmouth community member will be invited to attend the Senior Class Gift Scholar Brunch over Homecoming in the fall.
Every dollar counts—literally. The minimum Senior Class Gift is $1.
“Dartmouth has given me more than I could have ever imagined. I want to make this opportunity possible for all members of the Class of 2017, regardless of their socio-economic background.”
—Angela Dunnham ’13, English and public policy
“The Dartmouth experience is both our years spent as an undergrad and our more enduring legacy as alumni. Through giving, I hope to help perpetuate the undergraduate experience I had for others.”
—Stephanie Pareja-Fernandez ’13, history modified with economics