Senior Class Gift

Move forward. Give back.

The Senior Class Gift Campaign is a student-run fundraising campaign to educate seniors about the importance of philanthropy. Participating seniors choose the programs or campus areas that their fundraising efforts support. The goal of the Senior Class Gift Campaign is participation - whether a gift of $5 or $50 - no gift is too small. Seniors who give before the end of April are recognized in the Kaimin. Most importantly, these seniors have the opportunity to leave a mark by contributing to the University of Montana legacy.

Senior Class Gift Campaign

As seniors at UM you have the opportunity to give back. Now is your chance to help your alma mater maintain the high academic standards for which it is famous. Join fellow members of the senior class of 2014 and celebrate the University of Montana by pledging your support.

Now it's your turn.

This campaign is about participation. Any amount you are able to contribute will make an impact. Commemorate your class year by giving $20.14 and receive a senior class gift t-shirt.

What can I support with my gift?

In recent years, the Senior Class Gift Campaign has partnered with Farm to College to provide solar panels and a greenhouse for UM Dining Services. The Class of 2014 plans to continue this partnership, providing a produce wash station located in the dining services garden. This gift will play a large role in sustainable agriculture at UM, providing even better produce to students.

Past gifts also include a bench, bike rack, trees on the Oval and an illustrated map of campus on Mount Sentinel. 

How can I get involved?

You can participate by making a donation to the Senior Class Gift Campaign. You may choose to give to the senior class gift or to whatever program or area on campus you wish to support, from academics to athletics, the arts or student organizations. Many donors choose to make an unrestricted gift to the Excellence Fund to support the University's current needs.