Need Ideas for Specific Projects that You Can Support?
You have decided to support Lincoln College. You understand the importance of unrestricted giving to the LINCOLN Fund. Perhaps you want your dollars targeted to a specific project but aren’t sure what you can afford and what will do the most good.
We’ve compiled a list of specific priorities that are geared to every interest. We’ve listed some examples below and, where appropriate, we’ve included financial goals. If you need additional guidance, don’t hesitate to reach out, we’ll be glad to help you match your objectives with an appropriate project.
Many of our projects come with naming opportunities for those wishing to have a permanent legacy on campus, wanting to pay tribute to family, friends or mentors, or have a corporate sponsorship in mind.
Whether it is one of these projects or one designed specifically for your priorities, you can be sure of one thing: Every dollar you contribute will be used to achieve the goal you select.
University Hall Renovation and Modernization: $3 million to complete Phase One;
Johnston Center for the Performing Arts: $500,000 for multiple projects to improve
performance and rehearsal space, including sound and light improvements, new
seating and refinishing the stage floor. Improvements are needed to accommodate our
growing student population and the expansion of majors;
Thomas A. Scully Natatorium: $500,000 for sound baffles, lighting enhancements, HVAC
to manage humidity and installation of a new roof;
Lincoln Heritage Museum: Funds are needed to sponsor new exhibitions and to assure
the collection is properly catalouged, conserved and maintained;
G. Dennis Campbell Creekside Center for Environmental Education: New resources will
enhance the visitor experience and provide new teaching and community education
Technology Upgrades: New equipment and upgrades for science and computer labs.
Student Life: Residence Hall improvements and modernization. Resources for student
leadership programs and to enrich the overall Lincoln College experience for students.
Rich Nicholls, Class of ’64
“I would not be motivated to give to Lincoln College if it had not been for what they have given me,” says Rich Nicholls. “It was just something intangible, in that you can’t see it or touch it, but you just know it’s there. Those of us who have experienced it know that, when we look back at our time at Lincoln College, something very positive happened for us in our lives there.
Those positive experiences for students across generations is what Lincoln College hopes to achieve through special projects, like the ones listed here.
By incorporating the Lincoln Heritage Museum and Student Life improvements, the EMPOWER Campaign can ensure the graduates of tomorrow experience the positive and special atmosphere of Lincoln College.