At the University, students enter to learn, and leave to serve. Our University intertwines an offering of exceptional academics with the Lasallian values of faith, service and community. St. John Baptist de La Salle once proclaimed, “You have received talents and graces from God.” Leaders throughout our college enjoy opportunities to remind students of their value and also their responsibility to the world.
Our educational mission is to enrich each student completely—culturally, intellectually, physically, socially and spiritually, while always remembering that we are in the presence of God. Through broad, balanced and rigorous instruction, our college guides each student to develop their unique talents while committing to leadership, academic excellence, faith and service to others.
Those who consider lending support to the University share generosity that strengthens our ability to offer a Catholic education based on Lasallian principles. Through thoughtful planning, your gifts can become a legacy of support, sustaining the work of our university both now and in the future.
Gifts to the University can be granted in a variety of ways:
- Benefit others through your will
- Make a gift while also providing for your loved ones
- Give your home—and still continue to live there
- Give through life insurance or retirement plans
- Make gifts that allow for the receipt of flexible income
Through the University's charitable gift planning site, you can explore the many avenues of gracious giving. It is our hope that you locate an option that maximizes the potential of your resources, preserving financial security for yourself and your loved ones while also benefitting a valued organization.
Please consider your abilities to honor the University by thoughtfully planning a gift to our school. However you choose to bless our college, your commitment to help us continually foster cherished Catholic tradition and Lasallian principles through fervent education is a legacy that will benefit both students and staff and live on forever.