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Giving Priorities

Susquehanna Mission

Educate undergraduate students for productive, creative and reflective lives of achievement, leadership and service in a diverse and interconnected world.


Susquehanna University is committed to shaping the lives of students who will make a difference in their communities and in the world. Toward that end, the university’s highest and most compelling giving priorities are focused on creating and enhancing opportunities for students.


Experiental Learning

Experiential Learning

Experiential learning opportunities, like internships and student-faculty research, help students prepare for the competitive job market and the rigor of graduate school. Gifts starting at $1,000 will subsidize the student expenses associated with these career-building experiences.


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Global Opportunities

The Global Opportunities (GO) program is the most ambitious academic initiative in the university’s history. Susquehanna is among the first in the nation to require every student to have a meaningful cross-cultural experience, linked to a rigorous scholarly reflection that will … More »


Campus Upgrades

Campus Upgrades

Keeping pace with 21st-century living and learning requires continuous evaluation of our buildings and grounds. Last year alone, Susquehanna spend $2.4 million on campus improvements. A gift of $1,000 or more will support these ongoing upgrades.

Scholarships

Student Scholarships

Donor-supported student scholarships can be the deciding factor that puts Susquehanna within reach for many talented students. It can help avoid difficult family decisions about whether a student can afford to return for the spring semester. It can … More»  

 

 

Susquehanna University Fund

Annual fund contributions can be directed to where Susquehanna needs it most. Academic departments, club activities, arts programs, library assets and technological resources are among the areas supported by unrestricted gifts.



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