Susan Carras ’76 and Barb Levy ’77 created the First Women of Lafayette Scholarship to not only help the next generation of Lafayette women, but also provide a purposeful incentive to get together with classmates.
Initiative: Financial Aid
Strengthening financial aid is the largest single goal of the Live Connected, Lead Change campaign. Nothing is more important to the future of Lafayette.
Here are some examples of the impact of your investment.
Donovan Rasamoelison ’19 traveled back to Madagascar to help high school students. He got his own assistance via a scholarship that funded the trip.
Chris Ulyett ’17 has played with music legends and conducted research on jazz and Italian Renaissance genres of love song. He’s grateful for the scholarship that’s made this all possible.
Harlow Waite ’57 engineered a dramatic turnaround for one of AT&T’s business offices. He’s also leaving his mark by endowing a scholarship fund at Lafayette.
Whether it’s delivering babies, caring for the terminally ill, or anything in between, Jacqueline Kikuchi ’11 brings advocacy and dignity as a military doctor.
Drawn to Lafayette by professors and donors, Megan Schmidt ’17 feels empowered to pursue a career in filmmaking.
Thanks to a scholarship, Danhui Zhang ’18 experienced German culture and improved her fluency by taking courses and living with a family in Bonn.
Steering a friend away from self harm showed him the power of psychology. A scholarship from Robert ’58 and Silas R. ’88 Beane changed his own life.
Matthew Barrett ’17 is in his third year of neuroscience research that could assist those who have lost mobility. He credits an endowed scholarship for making his opportunities possible.
Thanks to a scholarship, William Gordon ’17 has explored immigration, the arts, the Supreme Court, and controversial campus issues.