2013 Senior Class Legacy Committee
Pictured L-R - David Carraway, Melva Gomez, Amanda Koska, Mairead O'Hare, Brittiany Avery, Gabby Martin, Maria Hernandez, Meredith Mohr, and National Champion. Brittany Moore and Whitney McGowen are not pictured.
Senior Class Legacy
The Sam Houston State University Senior Class Legacy Campaign is a way for graduating seniors to leave a legacy! Now is the time to make a difference for Bearkats of today and tomorrow. Your participation with a gift of ANY size will make a difference in the lives of fellow students!
The Senior Class Legacy Campaign will provide a scholarship to be awarded to an undergraduate in need of financial assistance.
Why Should Seniors Give?
- Help a fellow student!
- Create an environment of giving back.
- Say “thank you” for the opportunities and education provided to you.
- Honor a special professor, staff member, or your parents.
- By giving a gift you are leaving your legacy!
A gift of $5, $10, or more can help change the life of a fellow Bearkat. EVERY gift, no matter the size, combined with other classmates’ donations will make an impact. Ultimately, participation in the Senior Class Legacy Campaign is more important than the amount given.
Gifts can be made online with a MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or ACH debit. Designate your gift for “Senior Class Gift” in the drop down menu. A campaign form is also available to download and can be dropped off at the University Advancement office in room 120 of the Administration building. Students can choose from several payment options including credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover), ACH debit, check, or cash.
Every Gift Counts! What will be your legacy?
For more information about the Senior Class Legacy Campaign, contact any committee member or Meggan Thompson.
Meggan Thompson Assistant Director of Annual Giving Office of University Advancement Bobby K. Marks Administration Building, Room 120 Box 2537 Huntsville, TX 77341-2537 (936) 294-2401 email@example.com
What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal. - Albert Pike