Alumni Giving

Marywood Students Thank You

Show your Pacer Pride with a gift to Marywood

The value of a Marywood University Education is more than just the cost for tuition. Whether your gift is $20.19 in honor of this year’s graduating class or $1000, you have the chance to provide support to current and future Marywood students, as well as faculty and staff. As someone who loves Marywood, you could make a real difference.

Why Alumni Giving Matters

    • It builds Marywood's reputation
    • Future generations can benefit
    • Giving back shows gratitude

Opportunity defines a Marywood education. Lives change dramatically here. Students fulfill their potential. Careers take shape. Your success story probably started here too.

When you invest in Marywood, you enable opportunity to take root and thrive. It grows first for our students, who bring a special determination to their studies, and next for our campus community, and region. We are graduating more talented classes of Marywood alumni, capable and determined to make an impact in their communities and around the globe. Your gift will impact this opportunity.

Giving to Marywood

You are one of more than 30,000 alumni from around the world who call Marywood University their alma mater.

Give what matters to you. Whether it is your college, your program, one of our dozens of clubs, your team - your gift to Marywood can support what means the most to you.

Learn more about ways to give.

Join your fellow classmates by giving a gift today.

Current Class Projects:

Class of '64 Learning Commons Sculpture/Fountain

The Class of '64's 50th Reunion Class Gift was dedicated to the class project supporting the Sculpture (fountain) in the Learning Commons Atrium. This project remains a priority for their 55th Anniversary Celebration. To date, 57% of the goal has been met.

Overall goal: $150,000

Alumni Weekend Class of 1964 Committee Members:

  • Carol Rinaldi Fisher
  • Anne Jozwiak
  • MaryCarol Tighe Kanton
  • Judith Salvin Long
  • Patricia Priolo
  • Juliette Saadi
  • Joan Lay Wright