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The Campaign for Marymount University

Building a Future of Excellence and Distinction
Marymount's comprehensive capital campaign, Building a Future of Excellence and Distinction, is providing direct support for the Univesity's vision for the future. This effort supported construction of the new academic building and residence hall and will continue to endow scholarships, a Center for Mission and Ministry, and needed equipment. The campaign goal of $20,000,000 is the largest in Marymount's history.

With $19,500,000 raised, we are almost there. We can reach our goal. This institution, which has transformed so many lives, will itself be transformed.

The 26th Street Project
The centerpiece of Marymount's vision for the future was the 26th Street project, a multipurpose development that addresses the University's most critical facilities needs. This underutilized corner of Marymount's campus came alive with a new academic building, residence hall, outdoor gathering spaces, and a four-level underground parking facility.

Building Marymount's Endowment
Like all universities, Marymount relies on its endowment to provide funding for many critical initiatives. As part of its vision for the future, the University is committed to building its endowment and directing endowed funds to projects of strategic signifiance projects that will help move Marymount to new levels of excellence and distinction. These include endowed scholarships, a Center for Mission and Ministry, and other needed technology.

Naming Opportunities
The Campaign for Excellence and Distinction still offers a number of naming opportunities in recognition of the generosity of Marymount's donors.Gifts in amounts ranging from $5,000 to $5,000,000 can be used to name spaces within Marymount University's 26th Street project.  A gift of $25,000 or more can be used to establish an endowed scholarship, which will provide financial assistance for deserving Marymount students in perpetuity.

To explore any naming opportunity, please contact Emily Mahony, Vice President for Development,  at (703) 284-1647, or emily.mahony@marymount.edu.

Making a Gift
To make a campaign gift or pledge now, please contact Marymount's Office of Development at (703) 284-1647, or emily.mahony@marymount.edu.

You can choose to make a one-time gift or pledge your support over a period of several years. A liminted number of naming opportunities are available; ask us how your generous support can receive permanent commemoration within the 26th Street project.

Make a secure online gift to the campaign.

By phone: Call us toll-free, (866) 239-4279

By mail: Mail your check, made payable to Marymount University, to
Marymount University Campaign for Excellence and Distinction
Office of Development
2807 Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

In person: Visit our Development Office on the main campus in Rowley Hall.

Additional options: You may also wish to consider transferring your gift of stock or making a planned gift, such as a charitable gift annuity. For more information about such opportunities, please contact Emily Mahony, Vice President for Development, at (703) 284-1647 or emily.mahony@marymount.edu.

Contact Information

Office of Development
 
Rowley Hall
Phone: (703) 284-1647
E-mail: development@marymount.edu

Mailing Address
Marymount University
2807 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

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Major: Psychology with a minor in Communications
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