◊ Study abroad
Goal for Student Educational Enrichment: $2.5 million
- More than ever, college graduates need to understand science, education, business, the global economy, other cultures, and environmental change.
- While the most important things students learn may still be in the classroom, basic education now includes high technology, international experiences, ensemble touring, internships, and leadership programs.
- The engagement of inspiring public figures as campus speakers continues to be essential as we open our students' minds to the roles individuals can play in the world around them.
- Our ongoing development of Fredonia's international educational opportunities, including study abroad experiences, is one of the most exciting, yet expensive, aspects of a Fredonia education.
- Internships give students hands-on experiences, whether they are paid positions or volunteer opportunities.
- When traveling locally or internationally to perform or present research, our talented students gain experiences that open doors for the future.
College Foundation nearly 4/5 of way toward $15 million goal
Marvel Lobby dedicated to former teacher thanks to alumni gifts
'63 Grad creates scholarship, meets first recipient
Lake Shore Savings sponsors arts series with gift
All-Campus Appeal seeks faculty and staff support
Roberta Guaspari honors music faculty with endowment
Naming of Carnahan-Jackson Center honors gifts
Campaign kickoff announcement