Since 1875, Shenandoah University has grown and prospered thanks to significant capital gifts from alumni, parents and friends. Capital gifts to Shenandoah ensure a strong permanent endowment, help to build and restore campus facilities and sustain a comprehensive range of academic programs. Shenandoah’s academic distinction and its institutional stability are a reflection of the generosity of its dedicated supporters.
A capital gifts are designated for a particular initiative such as endowment support, scholarship assistance or building renovation and are made in the form of cash, securities or property. Capital gifts of a certain magnitude may be used to endow a fund (such as a scholarship, faculty chair or book fund) in the name of the donor or another.
Health & Life Sciences Building
I love immersing myself in the nursing environment at the Health Professions Building, but the fact is the new Health & Life Sciences Building on campus will make it 10 times better for me.
– Miranda Ulsh ’16, Nursing
Steinway stands for excellence. ‘All-Steinway School’ status means something very special, not only to our students, but also to our community. It provides a new level of music making I know is going to enrich many, many lives beyond our own students.
– Dean of Shenandoah Conservatory and Professor of Music Michael Stepniak, Ed.D.
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Shenandoah University is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.