Class of 2012 Asked to Support Senior Class Gift
(April 26, 2012) -- As graduation day approaches, members of the Simmons Class of 2012 are being asked to participate in the Senior Class Gift program. This annual rite of spring gives graduating students their first opportunity to show their support for Simmons by giving back. Students are striving to achieve a record 60 participation rate this year.
Every senior's gift is matched with $12 from President Drinan, so a $5 gift turns into $17, $12 becomes $24, and a $20.12 gift provides $32.12. All gifts help provide for scholarships, research, and programs. All gifts help support Simmons and its educational mission: transformative learning that links passion with lifelong purpose.
If members of the senior class achieve their goal of 60 percent participation by May 15, the Simmons Alumnae Association Executive Board will honor the class with a gift of $2,012 at the annual Senior Wine and Cheese event.
Every gift – regardless of the amount – will help the senior class achieve its goal and benefit Simmons. Gifts can be made online.
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