The Colgate Fund

The Colgate Fund is a dynamic resource used to address Colgate’s greatest needs and opportunities each year.

An unrestricted fund that augments income from the University’s endowment, the Colgate Fund enables the University to support priority projects and respond immediately to innovative opportunities as they arise.

$8.1M
In Fiscal Year 2019, alumni, parents, students, and friends gave $8.1 million to the Colgate Fund.
2,994
Students on campus that benefit from the Colgate Fund.
11,453
Alumni, parents, students, and friends directed their gifts to the Colgate Fund in Fiscal Year 2019.

Powered by the Colgate Fund

The Colgate Fund touches every aspect of the Colgate experience. Below are just a few ways that Colgate Fund supporters have helped the University rise to challenges and embrace opportunities.

 

Help Colgate to Ascend

Over the past 200 years, Colgate has continued to ascend, thanks to the support of alumni, parents, and friends. Through the Third-Century Plan, Colgate will become the finest undergraduate institution in the nation — the first choice for students of promise and achievement. 

Your gifts to Colgate enable the ascent of this great University and its students. Thank you for your support.

Make a Gift

Colgate Fund Leaders

These generous supporters of the Colgate Fund, with a commitment of $25,000 annually for four years, are connected to current students who are engaged in diverse academic and co-curricular opportunities. Colgate Fund Leaders generate immediate and continuous impact over four years, which they can see directly through their student’s communications.

Study Carrel Naming Opportunities

Alumni who have graduated in the past 10 years can name a study carrel in the Case-Geyer Library by pledging five years of support for the Colgate Fund at the Presidents’ Club level—a lasting way for young alumni to demonstrate their commitment to Colgate’s current students.

For more information, contact Jennifer Stone, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement, at jstone@colgate.edu or 315-228-6928.