There are numerous opportunities for donors to leave their mark on the School through a capital or endowed gift.
By providing need-based scholarships across the socioeconomic spectrum, from the least-advantaged students to those from middle-income families, we can ensure that Lawrenceville is defined by common values and high standards, not income level. Scholarships can target students from a particular state or region, students from military families, children of first responders, and more, enabling donors to share the Lawrenceville experience in a way that’s particularly meaningful to them. Scholarship aid is the Campaign’s highest endowment priority.
Faculty compensation and housing are linked in their impact on Lawrenceville’s ability to attract and retain the best teachers. The construction of additional faculty housing is a specific priority of this Campaign for its central role in residential life and the boarding experience. Faculty who live on campus with their families are more fully invested in the School and its students, and teachers who are well-compensated for their dedication pay our confidence in them forward every day. Competitive compensation is supported by endowed funds for that purpose.
In the context of a campus master plan, capital gifts to the Campaign will fund a pedestrian-only campus core and a "ring road" that will route vehicle traffic to the perimeter of campus, with positive impacts on safety, community fitness and socialization, the campus aesthetic, and sustainability of the landscape. The plan also includes construction of the Tsai Field House, reinforcing the community-focused culture of House and Harkness in a new 250,000-square-foot dining and athletic facility. Phase I occupancy: Fall 2022. Phase II occupancy: Fall 2023.
Experiential learning encompasses everything from S.T.E.A.M. learning to immersive Harkness Travel experiences, from intensive Scholars programs to the workings of the Big Red Farm. As a priority of the Campaign, support for experiential learning – with endowed program funds or endowed positions for program directors – will help us prepare students for an evolving world by increasing the curricular potential of all these endeavors and adding to the experiential options we provide.
Glenn Hutchins '73
"Lawrenceville fosters and instills excellence. It attracts gifted students from widely different backgrounds, training them to be leaders and preparing them to make vital contributions in every walk of life."
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For more information about supporting Emerge Transformed: The Campaign for Lawrenceville with a capital or endowment gift, please contact:
Greg Carter Assistant Director of Advancement
Director of Principal and Leadership Giving
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