A college can be called great only if it makes a difference in the lives of the students it serves. After all, what good is a college that creates an educational environment that promises to unlock the potential of talented and hard-working students only to ignore the financial barriers they face? And what good is it to attract some of the brightest students and professors and then put limits on their imaginations?
July 23, 2012 – In its bicentennial year, Hamilton has broken all previous philanthropic records, raising $42.5 million in 2011-12 versus the past record total, $30.8 million in 2006-07. This year’s success pushed the three-year Bicentennial Initiatives campaign beyond its original goal of $117 million 16 months ahead of its scheduled conclusion. In response, the Board of Trustees in June raised the goal to $133 million. More ...
|$40 million to endow student scholarships that fulfill our need-blind promise|
|$35 million to construct arts facilities that unlock the imaginations of students and professors|
|$30 million to ensure Hamilton’s margin of excellence through the Annual Fund|
Total $117 million*