Class photo in All Saints' Chapel

Class of '62 Remembers Bert Polk

The class of 1962 has created a scholarship in memory of class member and longtime class agent, Bert Polk. 

Rick and Wilma Sommer meet students they supported at the Fairbanks Luncheon

Fairbanks Lunch Helps Donors and Beneficiaries Make Meaningful Connections

Rick and Willie Sommers are great representatives for the idea behind the Fairbanks Luncheon: let donors meet the beneficiaries of their gift. 

New Cornerstone Donors Invited to Fairbanks

Mike Mondelli, C'93, and Will Cassidy, C'94 have both established Cornerstone Scholarship, helping Sewanee provide access, value, and opportunity to students today. 

Family shot in South Africa

Friendships and Travel Inspired Dunn-Rankins’ Gift to Global Ed

The Dunn-Rankin family has established a fund to support students who are pursuing opportunities in study abroad. The family's understanding of and support of these students shed light on what access to opportunity means in the 21st century. 

Bucky in BB unifrom

Very Truly Yours: Bucky Gearinger, C'62, Inspired by Friendships to Make an Estate Commitment to Sewanee

An unrestricted gift to Sewanee in his will is a testament to lifelong friendships. 

Practice Community Philanthropy: Gifts to the Office of Civic Engagement Launch an Innovative Program Training Leaders in Philanthropy

Thanks to a Bridge Grant from a Sewanee family and sustaining contributions from more Sewanee family and friends, Sewanee is launching an innovative community philanthropy program, which not only helps lift the local community through grants but also trains students in best practices in philanthropy that focus on partnership and shared goals.