Honoring the Class of 2020

This campaign ended on June 25, 2020, but you can still make a gift to Fordham University by clicking here!

During these uncertain times, members of the Fordham community have supported one another in so many inspiring ways. As we approach Commencement weekend, we’re thinking a lot about the Class of 2020 and their years at Fordham. While we can’t be on campus to celebrate the graduates in person on May 16, we are so proud of their achievements and their resilience. Now more than ever, we need to stand together to support the students who have worked so hard to reach this milestone.

As we welcome the newest members of our Fordham alumni community, please join us in honoring the graduating class by making a special gift of $20.20, $202.0 or $2,020. We also invite you to share a message of congratulations or support, and we hope you will celebrate with the 2020 graduates from afar.

Your support of Fordham students has been humbling and encouraging. Your gift is a vote of confidence in their future successes and in the value of a Fordham education. As the Class of 2020 is welcomed into the alumni network on May 16, they will be confident that—even in times of great uncertainty—they can rely on the unwavering strength and compassion of the Fordham Ramily.

Class Leaderboard

The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Alumni, Parents, Students
2020 6$283
1989 1$20
2013 1$20
2018 1$20

Donor affiliations

15% Alumni

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24% Parents

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10% Students

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10% Faculty/Staff

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10% Friends

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Donor list

Julianne and Gerald Howard & Stephen Howard - Class 2020
Rosetta DiTomasso
Chloe Sigillito
Jacqueline Grace Tobin
Laura Pekata
Bryan & Gayle Comerford
Jeanne Fee Feeney & Gene Feeney
Ted and Rosemary Baffa
Guannan Liu
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