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Graduation Class Gifts

The Graduation Class Gift program brings together members of each year's graduating class to make a commemorative gift that honors their time as students at the university. Class gifts support scholarships, professional resources for students and faculty, and improved campus facilities. They also demonstrate to prospective students, university donors and the community at large that Marylhurst alumni care deeply about their alma mater. We encourage participation from all students, whether they take classes during the day, in the evening or online.

To learn more, contact the Office of University Advancement at 503.699.6251.

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You may support Marylhurst with cash, stock, property, estate gifts or through gift annuities & charitable trusts.



Designate your 2013 gift to the MS in Food Systems & Society program -- and it will be matched dollar for dollar.


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