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Create Your Own Endowment Fund

Endowments at Marylhurst University provide us with a more secure financial future. Establishing a permanent endowment in your name or the name of a loved one is a wonderful way to create a legacy, as well as provide ongoing support to Marylhurst. We can structure endowments to generate support for:

  • Scholarships
  • Capital expansion
  • Continuous technology enhancement
  • Library upgrades

A contribution or bequest of $25,000 or more will establish a named endowment. To learn more about setting up an endowment or supporting one already in place, please call 503.699.6251.

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The Art Gym is the recipient of three Regional Arts & Culture Council project grants, directly and indirectly, to support exhibitions in the gallery in 2015.

Melody Rose: Successes and Opportunities

President Melody Rose was interviewed by the Lake Oswego Review about Marylhurst University's successes and opportunities for growth in January 2015.

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June 29, 2015 – October 06, 2015

Self-Nomination Process for MU Sustainability Advisory Council now open

Consider joining Marylhurst's Sustainability Council. Any interested person, student, staff, faculty, alumni, or community member, is eligible to s...

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August 27, 2015

Ice Cream Social with President & Provost

Join your Student Leadership Council for an ice cream social with our president, Dr. Melody Rose, and our new provost, Dr. Ann Marie Fallon. Welcom...

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August 30, 2015

Gero-Punk Pop-Up!

Join Jennifer Sasser, Ph.D., Gero-Punk Project founder, for the first ever Gero-Punk Pop-Up! The theme of the pop-up is: Gero-Punk Self-Care. Locat...

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SUPPORT

You may support Marylhurst with cash, stock, property, estate gifts or through gift annuities & charitable trusts.

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$100,000

Designate your 2013 gift to the MS in Food Systems & Society program -- and it will be matched dollar for dollar.

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