A Tradition of Advocacy
Spread the word about Susquehanna among the future college students in your life.
Help us recruit the next generation of talented young men and women by sharing your Susquehanna experience with the high school students you know and participating in our Refer-A-Student program. There are also numerous opportunities to attend college fairs and admissions receptions near you. Want to learn more? Email email@example.com.
A Tradition of Giving
Regardless of its size, your contribution will strengthen and sustain Susquehanna University and its students.
No college or university can afford to stand still. The ongoing work of advancing Susquehanna requires significant investments in all aspects of the university. One of the best ways you can help continue Susquehanna's tradition of excellence is by making a gift today.
A Tradition of Service
Service to others is at the core of Susquehanna's three-pronged mission of preparing students to achieve, lead and serve in a diverse and interconnected world.
Time and again, alumni say, "Mission accomplished," by embodying these traits in their professional and personal lives. By volunteering in their communities and professions, alumni continue Susquehanna's longstanding tradition of service. Each year we celebrate this tradition with SU SERVE, a concerted effort to collect thousands of service hours from Susquehannans serving communities and nonprofit organizations around the globe.
A Tradition of Spirit
Show your Susquehanna pride by wearing the maroon and orange apparel in your wardrobe. We know you have some tucked away in a closet somewhere!
One thing is difficult to dispute: Susquehannans love their university and they love to show it. From attendance at athletics events to participation in alumni reunion games and regional chapter activities, the community knows how to show their school spirit-and on May 1 they own our unique color paring by showing off their finest Susquehanna attire for Orange and Maroon Day.
A Tradition of Success
Help Susquehanna students make the grade after graduation.
With today's increasingly competitive job market, new graduates need all the help they can get to land their first jobs. By providing internship opportunities and professional advice and sharing news about job openings and grad school admissions, you give students a leg up when they enter the workforce. Want to help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
of students receive aid25%
of students are first-generation college students50%
of students have family incomes under $100,000