We have partnered with GiveCampus to provide a crowdfunding platform for the campus community. Crowdfunding is a way to fund a wide variety of projects through a collective effort, where every gift brings a campaign closer to its goal. From athletics to student organizations, there's a project that will resonate with your Salve Regina experience and benefit our students. Check out our current projects and stay tuned for more to come.
Gifts to The SALVEfund allow more than 85 percent of our students to receive financial assistance during the academic year. In addition, our donors help The SALVEfund meet the University's greatest needs by supporting our thriving academic programs, contributing to the success of our winning athletic teams, promoting the arts and growing student scholarships.
By donating to scholarships, our alumni, parents and friends are changing lives and making dreams come true. You can provide assistance to Salve Regina students with a gift to one of our existing scholarships, which help students in a variety of academic programs and recognize campus leadership and a commitment to service in the community. In recent years, a number of new funds have been established by individuals who wish to create a legacy, recognize achievement and provide financial assistance to Salve Regina students. For more information on establishing your own named scholarship, call Victoria Duclos, senior director of advancement operations and programs, at (401) 341-2345.
Friends of Seahawk Athletics is comprised of Salve Regina alumni, family members and friends who have a special affinity for our 20 intercollegiate athletic teams and the role that athletics play in the community. Gifts help to guarantee the future success of the athletics program, support the student-athletes of today, and honor the legacy of Salve Regina's athletes of years past.
Academic clubs provide hands-on experience for our students. From marketing to cybersecurity, academic clubs bring their work to conferences and competitions and explore their areas of study beyond the classroom.
The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy is a multidisciplinary research center focused at the intersection of politics, policies and ideas. Dedicated to honoring Sen. Claiborne Pell's legacy, the center promotes American engagement in the world, effective government at home and civic participation by all Americans. The Pell Center operations fund benefits priority projects of the center, including cyber leadership, leadership matters, Story in the Public Square and global challenges. The Nuala Pell Leadership Program funds future leaders in public service by providing selected undergraduates with seminar instruction and service opportunities focusing on leadership and the complex challenges facing effective leaders today.
McKillop Library is the intellectual heart of the University, and in this role it should be aesthetically pleasing, hospitable, well-maintained and secure for all users. The McKillop Library serves as a gateway to worldwide information, enabling direct and remote access to resources in a wide variety of formats. High quality library collections are developed and maintained to meet the changing research requirements of the University community.
We challenge our seniors to make a gift to the University before graduation. As part of the Class of 2020, celebrate our new president by giving to the Dr. Kelli J. Armstrong Scholarship or by making a gift to the area of your choice.
Why should I give back?
Senior Challenge has been a University tradition for 22 years.
Join a community of Salve Regina alumni who shared in this experience as seniors.
You will be creating your own legacy of giving.
How do I join the challenge?
Make a gift of $20.20 in honor of your graduating class.
Your gift, your choice. No matter the amount, every gift counts.