Endow a Scholarship: THIS IS WHY

Endowed scholarships are the key to creating an affordable Wesleyan education today, tomorrow, and forever.

When you endow a scholarship you provide substantial support for needy students throughout their undergraduate careers, enabling them to take advantage of all that a Wesleyan education offers.

Scholarship donors often honor their families or mentors by establishing named scholarships or scholarship programs. As a scholarship donor, you will receive reports on the activities of the current student holding your scholarship, and if you wish, we will arrange for you to meet him or her.

Named Scholarship Fund — $100,000

Provides general support for financial aid in perpetuity. Payable over three to five years.

Named Scholarship — $250,000 to $750,000

Provides a scholarship with an average to moderate level of support for one student in perpetuity. Payable over three to five years.

Named University Scholarship — $1.2 million

Provides a scholarship with a high level of support for one student in perpetuity. Payable over three to five years.

Named Scholarship Program — $10 million

Provides a scholarship with a high level of support for several students in perpetuity. Commitment terms: to be agreed upon by Wesleyan and the donor.

Endowed scholarships exist forever—providing gifts that benefit generation upon generation of students. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Robert Mosca, Director of Major Gifts, at (860) 685-3730 or rmosca@wesleyan.edu.