CENTENNIAL CAMPAIGN - Return. Reflect. Reconnect.
October 10, 2015
Lewis & Clark Law School has officially launched its 100 year Centennial Celebration, including a fundraising effort in support of three important areas of the school. We encourage you to explore how the Centennial Campaign is advancing the Law School today and ask for your support during this important year.
Select one of these areas to support:
1. Scholarships – Students in financial need receive scholarships and stipends only because of your gift. Lewis & Clark Law School awards scholarship aid to a significant percentage of each year’s entering class. These awards are given annually to entering students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement and promise. Scholarship gifts allow students to choose Lewis & Clark and for many, allow them to stay and graduate with a reduced financial burden.
2. Faculty Support - Your gift will provide immediate support for faculty research. Our faculty are involved locally and at the state and national level. Faculty engage in critical conversations happening in their academic fields, and their research fosters rich engagement with law students.
3. Annual Fund – Gifts to the Lewis & Clark Law School Annual Fund impact all operations at the school and provide us the flexibility to react to opportunities that arise throughout the year. From supporting student achievement to attracting internationally recognized speakers to funding curriculum development and student organizations, your gift will elevate the success of the whole school.
Centennial Cornerstone - $100,000
Help lay the foundation for the next 100 years of excellence at Lewis & Clark Law School by making a generous pledge of $100,000 to support a four-year sponsorship of a “Centennial Scholar”. Your selected scholar will be recognized in the media and with a name plaque over their campus office door.
In recognition of your generous gift, a special Centennial Cornerstone plaque with the names of donors will be on permanent display at the Law School.
For more information, please contact Joset Grenon.