SHC Give Day
This campaign was
funded on March 10, 2017!

What has Spring Hill College given to you?

When we reflect on all that SHC has given us, it's evident that the College is woven into the fabric of our lives. Our careers, friends, families, values, and finest memories were shaped on The Hill.

Each year, SHC Give Day provides an opportunity to give back to the College that has given us so much. It is a 24-hour event uniting Badgers everywhere with a goal of giving current and future students the opportunity to pursue an outstanding educational experience at Spring Hill College.

All gifts on Give Day support the Spring Hill College Fund, which provides a critical bridge between tuition revenue and the actual cost of running the College. Your support offers relief to the operating budget and directly affects students, faculty, and numerous programs. Most significantly, gifts to the SHC Fund, regardless of the size, allow President Puto to respond to the College's most pressing financial concerns and provide the flexibility to seize unique and important opportunities.

In addition to numerous matching gift challenges throughout Give Day, your gift qualifies for the ongoing SHC Community Challenge which matches gifts 1:1 if they are given by first time supporters, if the gift is increased from the donor’s prior gifts, or if the donor’s most recent gift was made prior to Jan. 1, 2015.

Thank you for your support on this exciting day and GO BADGERS!

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Class Leaderboard
The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from alumni, parents, and students.
Class YearDonorsDollars
2017 21$13,045
2016 20$720
2019 17$4,130
1972 16$4,325
2013 16$1,680
2006 16$1,480
2015 16$555
2001 15$2,310
1990 15$2,250
2009 15$820
2007 15$604
1991 14$1,205
2008 14$680
2005 13$3,059
1993 13$2,069
1998 13$1,882
2002 13$1,330
2004 13$1,002
2010 13$425
2014 13$300
1969 12$32,850
2020 12$2,175
1989 11$3,250
1976 11$1,720
1997 11$785
2012 11$595
1970 10$11,850
1966 10$8,325
1987 10$2,050
2000 10$704
2003 10$522
1978 9$30,650
1964 9$2,101
1985 9$1,325
1986 9$775
1979 8$1,625
1999 8$1,136
1995 8$530
1980 7$1,650
2018 7$1,000
1988 7$675
1996 7$560
1983 6$2,287
1968 6$2,050
1974 6$1,950
1977 6$1,000
1994 6$950
1971 6$750
2011 6$390
1961 5$2,750
1975 5$2,585
1967 5$1,300
1981 5$1,200
1984 5$662
1958 5$450
1957 4$1,360
1963 4$875
1962 4$500
1992 4$400
1973 4$250
1965 3$355
1959 2$350
1952 1$1,000
1982 1$200
1955 1$100
1938 1$100
1953 1$50
1930 1$50


Donor affiliations

74% alumni

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11% parents

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2% students

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3% friends

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12% faculty/staff

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Donor list
Anonymous
Emily Wells
David Zinn & David & Toni
Margaret Locklin Anderson
Wanda Sullivan
Ola Fox
Claire Pitts
Katie A Aguilar
Dan L Perry
Adam Ganucheau
F Patrick Feehan
Jim Chassaing
Rudy M Tovar
Jeffery & Elizabeth Steimer
Lorraine Bello
Karen M Trujillo
Nelius A. Favre, III & Aracely Rodriguez Favre
Anonymous
Clare Ryan
Kevin Smith
Stephen and Tracie Lee
Philip G Steele & Jesuit Community
Tim O'Connor & Maurine Bishop
Peggy Wellington & Mick Wellington
Amy
Dominic O'Keefe
Edwin P Brannan & Mary Ann Fromhold
Emily Stevens Hardin & harry hardinPicture?height=150&width=150
Kevin McGovern & Kathleen
Kerrie Jernigan & Christopher Jernigan
Donal Charles Godfrey, S.J.
Amy Haynes PolanskyPicture?height=150&width=150
Chris D Hughes
Anonymous
Justin Goonan
Julia C Landry
Amy E. Goddard
Katherine Weidner Burchett
Stephen F. Peifer
Burt Cestia III
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Picture?height=150&width=150George Copeland matched $500

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