An endowed fund is established with a gift from a donor by an institution. It allows for regular withdrawals from the invested capital to be used for ongoing operations or other donor specified purposes.
Endowment growth is a priority at Marietta College. Each year, our endowment funds important initiatives like scholarships, programs and faculty support and other areas. A larger endowment would increase the funds available to deliver a world class education for our students and support our talented faculty each year.
By creating an endowed fund you are committing to the College’s mission and can support both your own values as well as College priorities in perpetuity. An endowment is ultimately the most important guarantee of institutional excellence, generation after generation. Endowment growth positively impacts access and excellence at Marietta. Over the next decade, we will increase opportunities to create Scholarships, fund Distinguished Professorships and Chairs, create new named funds to support and grow programs of distinction and high impact, and provide other social and community experiences for our undergraduates.
To establish an endowed fund, a gift of at least $25,000 is needed. If you are interested in making an endowed gift, please contact: Angela Anderson, Interim Vice President for Advancement, firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-376-4705.
The following are specific endowment priorities:
Marietta is seeking major gift support to build permanent named scholarship funding based on area of study, academic achievement, financial need, geography and student diversity, study abroad and more. Learn More >
Endowed Faculty Positions (Chairs and Professorships)
Named gifts support the appointment of endowed faculty positions like Chairs and Professorships for faculty who demonstrate exceptional scholarship and leadership. Learn More >
Other Named Funds
Named funds will help us build excellence in areas such as academics, athletics, international programs and the arts. Learn More >