We welcome and appreciate yearly gifts from alumni and other friends and supporters of Marylhurst University. The highest priority for annual giving is The Marylhurst Fund, which provides core support for student scholarships, academic program enhancements, capital projects and many other university initiatives.
It’s easy to direct your annual gift in a way that makes a difference and meets your giving goals.
The Graduation Class Gift program brings together members of each year’s graduating class to make a commemorative gift that honors their time as students at the university. Class gifts support scholarships, professional resources for students and faculty, and improved campus facilities. They also demonstrate to prospective students, university donors and the community at large that Marylhurst alumni care deeply about their alma mater. We encourage participation from all students, whether they take classes during the day, in the evening or online.
Reunion class gifts are made by classes celebrating a reunion year. Classmates join together in support of Marylhurst’s future by making a reunion class gift toward areas of need, such as student scholarships, library resources and the historical preservation of the beautiful Marylhurst campus.
Memorial gifts are given in memory of a particular individual and can help perpetuate the values and ideals that guided that person’s life. Memorial gifts may be directed to The Marylhurst Fund, a scholarship or toward a campus priority.
Tribute gifts commemorate a significant event or person who is still living. Tribute gifts may be directed to The Marylhurst Fund, a scholarship or toward a campus priority.
Matching gifts from an employer can multiply your gift. Check with your company’s human resources office or contact the Office of University Advancement at 503.699.6251 or email@example.com with questions about matching gifts.
Marylhurst accepts pledges for gifts of $1,000 and greater. All pledges must be made in writing and include a payment schedule. Pledges may be paid over a three- to five-year period in annual, semiannual or quarterly installments.