Queens College, CUNY - 75th Anniversary

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You Can Make a Difference Today! WAYS TO GIVE THE FUND FOR QUEENS COLLEGE Annual support for the college's general use/greatest needs provides essential student scholarships, strengthens academic programs, invests in the latest technology, and secures gifted faculty. Gifts can also be designated to an academic department of your choice. S Tuition covers only one-third of the cost of a Queens College education—and the college receives no funding from New York City. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS Endowed Scholarships create a legacy by establishing a permanent funding base from which scholarships can be awarded. Donations to an endowed scholarship fund are not spent, but rather invested to provide a dependable stream of income for generations to come. COMMEMORATIVE GIFTS Be a permanent part of Queens College. Whether your inscription is on a bench or tree plaque, a seating plaque in one of the Kupferberg Center theatres, a brick on Alumni Plaza, or inserted in a Bouquet of Books for the Rosenthal Library, your gift will last a lifetime. LIMITED DURATION SCHOLARSHIPS Limited Duration Scholarships are established to create awards for a specified period of time. You can decide how your gift is allocated. Scholarship donor Harvard Sitkoff '61 with Angelie Thomas '11, recipient of the Harvard Sitkoff Civil Rights Award at the 2011 Scholars & Donors Event. 12 Scholarship recipient Alla Khodzhandiev McGrath '12, Office of Institutional Advancement's Sara Kahan, and scholarship donor Evelyn Springer Strauch '60. T I R NP O A I TV A N E O T E N G D G O V E R F U N D I N N M T U I T I O N

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