With opportunities in research and study abroad, Andrea Killian ’19 is “forever grateful.”
Celebrating Your Impact
Your investment in Lafayette is supporting transformative learning experiences in and out of the classroom, fueling student and faculty creativity and achievement, bringing the campus together in new ways, creating dynamic facilities, and advancing a bold strategy to enhance the College’s affordability and distinctiveness by growing the student body and faculty.
Below are some examples of the campaign’s far-reaching impact.
Lafayette’s leadership in undergraduate education has benefited from the extraordinary generosity, devotion, and commitment of alumni, parents, and friends over many generations. Learn more.
Jeff Wasserman ’86 is enhancing the Kimberly Popple ’86 Memorial Fund, which benefited him a pre-med student
Jessica Ammous ‘21 maintains love for Syria, family, and Lafayette
Terry Lutz ’62 put everything into the belief that technology would enable his company to thrive. He’s helping innovation in engineering to flourish at Lafayette.
Internships helped Lauren Steinitz ’08 launch her career; she’s now helping today’s students to benefit.
Be part of something fun in social media to help celebrate the Live Connected, Lead Change campaign as it nears completion.
Nearly 100 students stopped by the Farinon Center on Thank a Donor Day to sign thank you cards, which were mailed to alumni, parents, and friends who supported Lafayette this year.
Mark Oldham, the design architect for the Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center, discusses the strategy behind the design and construction of the center.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Marquis Society, two members, who graduated nearly fifty years apart, share why they give back to Lafayette.
A Creative and Performing Arts Fellowship funded by Bruce ’65 and Jackie Maggin P’02 helped propel Nina Horowitz ’11 to her career as a director and producer.