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Together, we can face the future.

Giving helps sustain Marylhurst University and allows us to serve more students, preparing future entrepreneurs, scholars and leaders to solve problems and face the challenges of our world today.

Your gift allows us to continue Marylhurst's tradition – more than 120 years of transforming students' lives. You can trust Marylhurst to use your gift in ways that matter most to our students.

In gratitude, we recognize our generous donors in many ways.

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The Art Gym Receives RACC Grants

The Art Gym is the recipient of three Regional Arts & Culture Council project grants, directly and indirectly, to support exhibitions in the gallery in 2015.

Melody Rose: Successes and Opportunities

President Melody Rose was interviewed by the Lake Oswego Review about Marylhurst University's successes and opportunities for growth in January 2015.

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April 13, 2015 – July 12, 2015

Nominations now being accepted for 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards

Submit your nomination(s) for Distinguished Alumni by July 12, 2015. Categories include: Service to Society Award. Service to Marylhurst Award. N...

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June 29, 2015 – August 10, 2015

Self-Nomination Process for MU Sustainability Advisory Council now open

Consider joining Marylhurst's Sustainability Council. Any interested person, student, staff, faculty, alumni, or community member, is eligible to s...

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July 09, 2015

Alumni Pub Talk

You asked for it and your Alumni Relations team has delivered! Come hang out with fellow Marylhurst alumni in a casual setting for motivation and s...

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

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$100,000

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

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