Endowments make a lasting difference. Endowment is the lifeblood of any university, relieving the budget from tuition dependency and serving as an income stream and savings account at the same time. We are proud that Quinnipiac’s endowment has risen from $9.9 million in 1994 to $350 million in 2014.
To learn more about endowments at Quinnipiac University, please call Steven C. Greaves, director of gift planning, at 203-582-3995.
Endowed scholarships strengthen the University by attracting and retaining the most promising candidates for admission without regard for their ability to pay the full tuition. Donors establishing endowed scholarship funds may assist the University in developing criteria for student recipients (e.g., geographic areas, major, gender, requirement for renewal).
*Presidential Scholars Fund • $1,000,000: Provides the full cost of attending Quinnipiac to a student. Presidential scholarships help ensure that the very best students are selected for the freshman class regardless of financial circumstances.
University Endowed Scholarships • $250,000: Provides $12,500 annually to a student, a significant portion of annual tuition.
Millennium Endowed Scholarships • $100,000: Provides $5,000 annually to a student, making a dramatic and lasting impact on his or her life.
Blue and Gold Student Scholars Fund • $50,000: Provides $2,500 annually to a student who demonstrates financial need.
Endowed student scholarships • $25,000: Provides a $1,250 annual grant to a student demonstrating financial need.
*Gifts of $500,000 will be matched by the University. For further information, contact Don Weinbach, vice president for development & alumni affairs, 203-582-8908 or email@example.com.
Endowed Faculty Support
Endowed faculty support allows us to attract and retain those faculty members who demonstrate their dedication to their students, the University and their discipline with excellent teaching.
**Endowed chair • $2 million: Provides $100,000 annually to support a distinguished professor’s compensation.
Named professorship • $500,000: Provides $25,000 annually to enhance the salary of outstanding instructors.
Named visiting professorship • $250,000: Provides $12,500 annually to help attract a prominent scholar or professional to spend a semester at Quinnipiac University.
Faculty research fellowship • $100,000: Provides a faculty member with a $5,000 grant for travel, conferences, research materials and special projects.
Summer faculty research fellowship • $50,000: Provides $2,500 to a faculty member for a summer research project, the development of new courses or travel to professional seminars or research sites.
**Gifts of $1,000,000 will be matched by the University. For further information, contact Don Weinbach, vice president for development & alumni affairs, 203-582-8908 or firstname.lastname@example.org.