You Are Behind Their Success!
We are challenging all Arts, Sciences & Engineering alumni to make a gift in honor of the Class of 2014. Join your fellow alumni in making a gift by May 31st to reach a goal of 1,457 gifts. This represents one gift for each graduating student of the Class of 2014!
If you believe Rochester made an impact on your life, this is your chance to help future students have that same opportunity. Show your UR pride and make a gift in honor of the Class of 2014.
Check out the student videos below to see how your generosity impacts current students like Gregory Corrado ’14 and Chantel Gaudet ’14.
- Increased financial aid and scholarship support helped Rochester welcome its most diverse class ever. The Class of 2017 represents 49 states and more than 50 countries.
- The opening of Ronald Rettner Hall for Media Arts and Innovation which features an engineering fabrication lab that will heighten the student experience at Rochester.
- Within the School of Arts & Sciences, curriculum enhancements were made in East Asian Studies and in African and African American Studies. Additional innovative programming was designed to broaden global interaction.
- At the Hajim School, a new master’s degree program in medical technology and innovation was established, enabling collaboration with the School of Medicine and Dentistry.
"The atmosphere of this school welcomes involvement in academics, extracurricular activities, and research in ways that have changed the course of my life, and I am forever grateful for that."
Chantel Guadet (’14)
"I was embraced by my professors and peers, who in turn became the inspiration in my pursuit of Meliora."
Gregory Corrado (’14)
Associate Member, George Eastman Circle
Behind every successful student are alumni like YOU. Thank you!