Senior Class Gift

Building on a philanthropic tradition.

Help the Class of 2021 leave their mark!

Why we ask seniors to give back

The campus and the community you are a part of has been made better by those who came before you. One of the most visible signs of that commitment is the Senior Class Gift. It’s a tradition that makes Monmouth an outstanding institution. Participating in the Senior Class Gift is a chance to look back on the opportunities you have had in your time at Monmouth and to begin building a legacy of commitment that will benefit future students. 

How can I get involved with the Senior Class Gift?

Your Senior Class Gift is more than a donation — it’s a rite of passage that will help Monmouth and future Scots for years to come. It’s your first chance to support what you love about your alma mater and make a direct impact on and off campus.

Seniors can join the Senior Class Gift Committee by contacting Associate Director of Alumni Engagement Jordan Scherpe-Lencioni.

 

Help the Class of 2021 Make Their Mark!

 

What is Honor Walk?

The Honor Walk allows graduating seniors to recognize a special person who influenced their time at Monmouth while also contributing to the Senior Class Gift. 

The Honor Walk takes place immediately following Baccalaureate. Graduating seniors who contribute $20.21 or more to the senior class gift project are invited to participate.

On the eve of Commencement, each senior who contributed to the Senior Class Gift project receives a talent—a coin with Wallace Hall on one side and the College seal on the other. Before an audience of family members, friends, and classmates, each senior presents the coin to the special person he or she has selected. President Clarence Wyatt and First Lady Lobie Stone acknowledge the graduating senior and talent recipient. 

Past Senior Class Gifts

2020: Enhancements to Outdoor Grill Area
2019: Water Bottle Refilling Stations
2018: Campus Building Signs
2017: Outdoor Picnic Tables & Grilling Area
2016: “Monmouth College Fighting Scots” painted on city water tower located northwest of campus
2015: Scots Spirit Statue

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