Unrestricted gifts are supporting
the priority needs of Fredonia
Donors who make gifts without stipulating how they should be used are providing "unrestricted"
funding that allows Fredonia the ability to apply them toward its immediate priorities,
ranging from day to day operations to sudden emergencies, to rare opportunities.
The world around Fredonia constantly changes, and the dynamism of the campus reflects
this. But with these changes come new economic realities and pressures faced by students
and families, and special diligence must be paid to guaranteeing that their investment
is worth every penny. As a result, in recent years, Fredonia has applied its unrestricted
gifts to strategically-designed scholarships, as well as grants to assist needy students
and to support foundation programs.
Unrestricted, Named Endowments
The following Named Endowments are unrestricted gifts to Fredonia. Designating an
endowment gift as "unrestricted" allows the university to apply the income to meet
its most urgent needs.
Gertrude Maytum Garland Endowment Awards - made at recommendation of Fredonia President
Walter Gotowka Family Endowment (alumni '81, '80, respectively)
Title III Endowment - Provides unrestricted funds for the benefit of the College of Arts and Humanities
- George and Barbara Luke Weaver Fund (alumna '44) - Provides unrestricted support for projects, programs, activities or scholarships