Senior Class Fund
Congrats, Class of 2016!
As soon-to-be alumni, we hope you’ll participate in the Senior Class Fund as we race to a record-setting goal of 75% senior class participation by graduation! The Senior Class Fund promotes the opportunity to leave your mark on Vanderbilt by making a gift to the university. The fund brings us together as a class, allowing us to give back through fundraising and class-focused events to a place that has given us so much over the last four years.
During our time at Vanderbilt, each of us has become involved with something special. The Senior Class Fund is an opportunity to give to that area of campus that’s been most meaningful to you. Whether it’s your favorite student organization, department or Greek organization—you decide where to leave your mark.
The Class of 2014 set a Vanderbilt record for the highest-ever participation rate. Our goal is to set a new record with 1,200+ donors by graduation. We encourage you to donate $16 or $20.16 in honor of the Class of 2016, but every gift counts, no matter the amount. Please
and be counted, as we race to 1,200!
Your Senior Class Fund officers,
Why I Give
“I give to Vanderbilt because I would not have experienced the best four years of my life if Vanderbilt had not given to me. By providing me with a scholarship, Vanderbilt allowed me to become a member of a community with unmatched opportunities for education, involvement, service, leadership and growth. None of my experiences would have been possible without the generosity of those who give to Vanderbilt, and it is now my turn to support Vanderbilt students so they have the chance to join this lifelong, life-changing community, regardless of financial situation.”
–Carly Mecl, Vanderbilt Class of 2015
“I gave to the Senior Class Fund and, specifically, to the Zeta Rho chapter of Alpha Delta Pi sorority because this chapter gave me a home away from home on campus and made a decently large university a much smaller and more connected place for me. Because of this organization and the women in this chapter, I feel that I have become the person I was always supposed to be. After serving as Recruitment and Marketing Vice President and now President of the sorority, I have had the opportunity to see exactly how much of a difference even the smallest gifts can make in the life of the chapter, so it is my pleasure to give back to an organization that has given me more opportunities than I can count and friends that I will keep for the rest of my life.”
–Kathryn Reddic, Vanderbilt Class of 2015