Endowments are donated funds that are invested to grow over time. The annual distribution from endowment income is used for scholarships, professorships, programs and other purposes specified by the donor. Endowments are critically important because they produce a permanent and reliable income flow that benefits the University and its students.
In fiscal year 2015, the number of endowments increased to 320.
Thank you to these generous donors who established new endowment funds.
Edward F. & Barbara A. Bell Family Foundation
Edward F. Bell Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Winifred Bell
Winifred Bell Enrichment Fund and Scholarship Fund
Judge Diane J. Karpinski, JD '80
Karpinski Family Fund for Polish Studies
Third Federal Foundation
Levin Forum Endowment
Michael & Julie Weinberg
Andrew Gary Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Scott & Shelley Weiss, Albert Ratner
Rhoda Katzel Endowed Scholarship
Crossing the Finish Line Returning Adult Endowed Scholarship