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Today you join alumni, parents and friends who together will make a difference. Your generosity sustains a thriving student body and exemplifies the culture of giving that is so intrinsic to our Ambrosian community.
Fr. Hynes was thankful for his time at St. Ambrose and believed strongly in the importance of a college education. We can think of no better way to honor him and the impact he had on our lives.
Please support this initiative as best you can to honor the legacy of our good friend, Fr. John Hynes. Nothing can lessen the loss in our hearts, but we can honor him by giving the opportunity of a St. Ambrose University education to a deserving student. Click here to make a gift. When asked the area you wish to support - type in Fr. Hynes. Thank you!
The teamwork we see on the field is the result of the teamwork of our alumni, parents and friends who understand the importance and benefits of college athletics.
The world of intercollegiate athletics has become extremely competitive and your help is critical, now more than ever. Beyond state-of-the-art equipment, facilities and technology, continued support provides the best academic and athletic resources for our student-athletes; preparing them to be champions who lead in competition, the classroom, and in the community.
Support your Fighting Bees today! Scroll through the sports to pick the fund you wish to support.
Personal achievement is often measured through a series of "firsts" - first home, first job, first child, first promotion. The same holds for universities - first graduating class, first female student, first graduate program...first African American professor. The Freeman Pollard Minority Scholarship helps provide many firsts for students who otherwise might not be able to attend college.
The Physical Therapy Department Founding Faculty Endowed Scholarship is established in recognition of several recently retired founding faculty members of the Physical Therapy Department at St. Ambrose University.
The Scholarship will benefit St. Ambrose University Physical Therapy graduate students, and will serve as the first Scholarship dedicated to the DPT program. A committee comprised of the Director of the Physical Therapy Program and select faculty are responsible for recommending potential recipients.
The Serianz Scholarship has been established in honor of their combined 73 years of service to St. Ambrose and to support students from their respective areas.
The Chemistry scholarship will be awarded to a rising sophomore who has shown a passion and dedication in the classroom. A rising junior majoring in elementary education will be eligible for the Education scholarship, preferably one with an endorsement in science or STEM. The scholarship will be funded through an initial gift from Art and Rachel, with additional funds from former students and colleagues in their honor.
Your gift to the SAU Theatre Department will provide vital support to advance the outstanding student talent and career development we provide in the classroom, on our stages, and beyond.
The annual trip to the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and funding the student-run Studio Theatre season are just two ways your donation helps support our students.