Living-Learning Environment

Candle 3: Supporting our ever-beautiful campus

Much of the power of the Monmouth experience flows from its highly residential nature, where the teaching and learning experience is a round-the-clock, seven-days-a week pursuit.

Through an endowed Capital Improvements Fund, Monmouth will maintain and enhance a living-learning environment that mirrors and supports the College’s mission — the development of young men and women as intellectual, social, moral and physical beings.

The Capital Improvement Fund — also known as the CIF — provides support for the upkeep of the campus, allows for strategic planning for renovation projects and/or new construction.

Maintaining our beautiful campus should always be a top priority, as it serves as both a recruitment tool for prospective students and a point of pride for alumni.

Gift opportunities

Capital Improvement Fund — any amount

Primary contacts for gifts

Hannah Maher
Vice President for Development and College Relations

Gena Alcorn ’88, CFRE
Assistant Vice President of Development & Legacy Giving

Giving News

  • ‘Light This Candle Campaign’ Smashes Its $75 Million Goal, Raises Record $80.1 Million

    Successes include more student scholarships, support for faculty innovation, enhancements to living-learning environment and twice as many deferred commitments to the College.
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  • Light This Candle meets, exceeds goal

    More than eight months ahead of its Dec. 31, 2022, conclusion, the College passed the $75 million goal of its Light This Candle Campaign, which was launched in March 2019. With just a few days now left in the campaign, its total has soared to $79 million. President Clarence Wyatt called the campaign’s success “an extraordinary achievement and worthy of celebration.” ... The College also had another successful Scots Day of Giving on April 6 (pictured), with more than 800 donors from all 50 states combining to contribute more than $232,000 to support students and student programming.

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  • Tartan Terrace

    Picha ’75 funds new space outside of Hewes Library to celebrate her ‘phenomenal learning experience.’
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