Endowed Funds

Financial aid for Gannon students consist of scholarships granted by generous alumni and friends of the University. Keeping Gannon affordable to students is a top priority. Endowed scholarships are a permanent solution to the financial aid dilemma. Gannon presently offers over 200 endowed scholarships and the income from those scholarships helps almost 400 students each year.  A list of current academic endowed funds can be found: Endowed Scholarships.

Students are grateful for the scholarships they receive. Thank you notes contain information about the student who is receiving the scholarship - click on a picture to read their thank you note to their donor:

                                       

Endowed gifts to Gannon can also help fund professorships, speakers series, faculty research and other programs at the University.

Have questions about endowments?  Check out our FAQS
Endowment Facts can be found by clicking here.

An easy way to fund an endowment is through a gift of securities. A gift of appreciated securities to Gannon is a popular alternative to a cash gift because it actually saves taxes twice. You not only receive an income tax deduction for the full market value of your securities, but you also avoid a capital gains tax on the appreciation.

A printable stock/securities transfer form is available here.

For more information on Endowed Scholarships and/or Gifts of Securities, please contact:

Tony Fulgenzio
Director of Philanthropy
(814) 871 - 7786
fulgenzi001@gannon.edu