SU Student Philanthropy Council pledges continued support for billion-dollar campaign
Thursday we were honored to host the Quad event celebrating one of the greatest accomplishments in Syracuse University’s history. It’s a huge success that our university has raised more than $1 billion to directly benefit every single student, as well as the campus and alumni communities.
While The Campaign for Syracuse University will officially end on Dec. 31, we will continue to advocate for ongoing critical needs, including student access and support, faculty excellence and building futures, among others. We will join SU’s other staff and volunteer leaders to create the best possible experiences for us, the students.
Tuition and fees do not cover the entire cost of our education. Every student, no matter if on full financial aid or none at all, benefits from the generosity of alumni, parents, faculty, staff, friends and even other students. We are all able to be here due to the generosity of others and we acknowledge the commitment our fellow SU family members have made. This is our university, and it is up to us to make sure that SU continues to provide these lifelong experiences.
Your SU Student Philanthropy Council
Kwasi Boadi ’13
Zach Cohen ’13
Chelsea Convery ’13
Russ DeRemer ’13
Shana Honig ’13
Katherine Hoole ’13
Alex Klaris ’13
Dylan Lustig ’14
Lauren Ottaviano ’13
Merin Pasternak ’13
Candace Pugh ’13
Ivan Rosales-Robles ’15
Janine Savage ’14
Musu Sirleaf ’15
Michael Steinmetz ’13
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