Donate to the Eller College Senior Class Gift
Donating just $25 helps us reach our goal of $10,000. Thank you!
Eller College Student Council Presents: Leave Your Legacy
We’re proud to announce the 9th annual launch of the Eller College Senior Class Gift initiative.
This is the perfect way for you to leave a positive and lasting impact on the Eller College of Management. If in the last four years you’ve had class with an exceptional professor, were involved in an exciting team or event, or met someone at the College who has shaped your life in some way, this is your chance to say, thank you! You can help ensure that future students have the same opportunities.
Your gift will also help encourage past alumni and contributors to give to the College, and the reputation of the College will improve. As the Eller brand increases in value, so does the school’s ranking, and the value of your degree.
Class Gift Details
The Class Gift entails:
- Leave YOUR Legacy! Your $25 donation will have your name commemorated in McClelland Hall.
- The money will go towards improving McClelland Hall and the Eller experience (such as more power outlets, study tables, food options, and new classroom seating).
Previous Years' Gifts
The donations from the Classes of 2011-2015 went toward purchasing new umbrellas, adding a charging station to Room 102, replacing chairs in some of our classrooms, and adding more outlets throughout the building.
This Year’s Gift
The Eller College Student Council has created a goal to raise $10,000.
The money raised will go directly to improving McClelland Hall. Last year's class raised over $10,000. Let's try and top that!
We ask that each graduating senior donate to the Senior Class Gift initiative.
Every donation helps, no matter how big or small — but remember, a $25 donation will not only go towards our goal of $10,000, it will also provide the opportunity to have your name commemorated at McClelland Hall for years to come!
Donations may be made online or you may also drop off a check (made out to the UA Foundation) to Aubrey Anglemyer, McClelland Hall Room 204.