The Campaign for Every Laurentian is a unique time for donors to consider mapping their own Laurentian legacy.
Various naming opportunities that include scholarships, professorships, spaces and programs are available during The Campaign for Every Laurentian. The list below of naming opportunities is updated regularly, including spaces that have been named and new opportunities being shared.
For more information about these naming opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Endowed professorships are crucial for bringing the best scholars, researchers, and innovators to St. Lawrence. An endowed professorship exists in perpetuity at St. Lawrence, supporting salaries and providing an annual research stipend to stimulate new teaching and learning opportunities. Our goal is to raise the number of endowed professorships from 33 to 50 during the Campaign.
Today, more than 90 percent of our students participated in high school athletics, and one-third of them play on a varsity team. By endowing coaching positions, you recognize the importance of leadership on and off the field. Your support enhances our competitive advantage, elevates our programs’ reputations, and provides an educational environment that embraces a campus-wide approach to wellness. Program director positions outside of athletics can also be endowed. A recent example includes the endowing of the director of Health and Counseling Services position.
To attract promising academic talent, we must stay competitive with our financial aid. We remain committed to providing access to all students, regardless of their economic status. Our goal is to raise at least $50 million in endowed scholarships during the Campaign.
From internships and student-faculty research, to travel abroad and community service, endowed funds can be established to support experiential learning. Our goal is to raise at least $10 million toward experiential learning during the Campaign.
To help fund the Appleton construction and renovation, we have identified several naming opportunities. Donors to the project will be recognized for their generous support with a named space in the building. These places will be visited frequently by Laurentians and other Saints fans for generations to come.
New construction will house facilities (from indoor training to locker rooms) for lacrosse, rowing, softball, and field hockey teams. This space also houses a coaches’ strategy room, players’ lounge, video/media center, rowing space, erg space, training and treatment center—with hydro baths and trainer’s office, an equipment and laundry room, and auxiliary locker rooms and wet rooms.
The heart of the renovation, this large area includes men’s and women’s Division-I hockey locker rooms, coaching offices, the training center, media center and more. The donor’s name will be prominently displayed off the Lobby and the North side corridor.
1) Michael “Buddy” Cornacchia ’74 Strength and Conditioning Center - Named by Thomas C. Dolan ’74 and The Dolan Family Foundation
2) Hockey Ice Surface - $2,500,000
3) Main Entry and Lobby - $1,500,000
4) Men’s Hockey Team Suite - $1,000,000
5) Women’s Hockey Team Suite - $1,000,000
6) Multi-Media and Meeting Room - Named by Richard F. Jr. ’64 & Gail Stradling
7) Home Team Bench - $250,000
8) Athletic Training and Treatment Center - Men’s & Women’s Hockey - $250,000
9) Players’ Lounge - Inside Men’s Team Suite - $150,000
10) Players’ Lounge - Inside Women’s Team Suite - $150,000
11) Visitor/Auxiliary - Locker Rooms - $150,000
12) Saints Store - Retail space in main lobby - $150,000
13) Box Office/Administrative Offices - $100,000
14) Penalty Box - Sin Bin - $100,000
15) Turf Training Area - $100,000
16) Equipment Room - $100,000
1) Legends of Appleton Gallery - Named by the Torrey and MacAllaster families
2) East Club - Facing Hall-Leet Stadium and Leckonby Stadium - $500,000
3) Alumni and Recruiting Lounge - Named by Eric ’78 and Lori Ankerud
4) The Studio - Web broadcasting, TV, and radio booth - $250,000
5) Concession Stand - $100,000
In order to help fund this construction and renovation project, we have identified several naming opportunities. Donors to the Center for Student Achievement (CSA) will be recognized for their generous support with a named space in the Center itself or the Owen D. Young Library.
These spaces will be visited frequently by St. Lawrence students for generations to come.
Spaces Already Named:
Overman Family Welcome Lobby - Named by Jeffery Pennell Overman '01 and Jaime DeSantos Overman '01 with a gift of $100,000
More space for more student collaborations
Over the past six months, the University has made several upgrades to rooms in the Owen D. Young (ODY) Library. These renovations give students new spaces to study and collaborate on their academic work. The changes in ODY also provide an opportunity for donors to support our students and the University’s goals by making gifts that offset renovation costs. Donors can name these spaces after family members, mentors, friends or themselves.
‘The Yellow Pipe Room’ - $500,000
Collaboration Space for Students and Staff - $250,000
Spaces Already Named:
Wean Family Conference Room - Named by Susie and John Wean P'06 and Britton Wean '06 through The Double Eagle Foundation with a gift of $150,000
WIlson Family Study Room - Named by Henry K. '89 & Lynne Benedict Wilson '89, P'20, '22 with a gift of $50,000
Group Study Area - Named by Ann Hasbrouck Close '56 with a gift of $50,000
St. Lawrence has identified priority academic teaching and learning spaces that need renovation in the humanities, arts, social sciences, and sciences. Those spaces include flexible classroom spaces, lab/studio spaces and auditorium/lecture halls. Renovations include technology and furniture enhancements as well as structural changes, such as abatement, electrical and plumbing upgrades, as needed. A portion of each teaching and learning space gift will be placed in an endowment to support future needs, ensuring we are able to keep pace with evolving maintenance, design, and technology needs.
• $150,000 - $250,000 for Flexible Classroom Spaces
• $250,000 - $500,000 for Lab/Studio Spaces
• $500,000 - $1 million for Auditorium/Lecture Hall Spaces
A behind-the-scenes glimpse at how businesses, organizations and government operate in different parts of the country. The goal is to provide funding for six SLU Connect programs each year including student financial assistance, transportation, hotel and meeting space, a networking reception, cultural experiences, and a student intern.
The program is designed to match sophomore students with an alumnus/a or parent who serves as a professional mentor, with the goal of developing the student’s networking and industry skills.
We aim to guarantee that every student who seeks an internship opportunity will not only get one but will also be provided institutional financial support.
A paid 10-week summer internship, this program partners students with local service organizations. The goal is to increase the number of summer undergraduate interns at North Country organizations from eight to 12 interns and to create up to five, one-year post-baccalaureate opportunities.
<p>A paid 10-week summer internship, this program partners students with local service organizations. The goal is to increase the number of summer undergraduate interns at North Country organizations from eight to 12 interns and to create up to five, one-year post-baccalaureate opportunities.</p>
Increase student involvement and engagement with our local community with a goal of 33 percent participation rate by students. Increase support for service trips, annual large community service events, transportation, supplies, and administration.
A two-day series of workshops, presentations, and panels intended to foster a culture of early career engagement and deliberate career planning among sophomores. Funding is needed to support student participation, travel for panelists, follow-up mini camps, and additional internship opportunities. During the Campaign, our goal is to increase the number of sophomores and panelists participating in the program.
A two-day event that brings alumni and parents from various backgrounds to campus twice per year for interactive career and professional programming with students. Funding is needed to support the overall program including event costs, travel costs, and marketing materials.