Fund for Oswego
Supports Student Life
The Telefund room in Sheldon Hall is quiet and student
callers have left campus for summer vacation, but there is still time to make a
gift to The Fund for Oswego before the books close on fiscal year
2009-10 June 30.
"It's not too late to send in your gift," said Joy Westerberg Knopp '92, director of
annual giving. She notes that gifts made by June 30 will be put to use enhancing
student experiences when they return in the fall.
Giving any amount each year makes an
immediate and long lasting impact on campus. Donations help support
alumni programs and events, scholarships, technology and areas that
aren't covered by the 25 percent of operating costs provided by the
"In today's economy, more than ever, we rely on the
support of loyal alumni, faculty, staff and friends, so that Oswego can continue to offer a quality,
affordable education," Knopp added.
White '08 took over the reins as manager of the Telefund this
spring, and under his leadership, the callers raised the funds that support Oswego's learner-centered
Learn more about The Fund for Oswego or make a
Dominick White '08
took over the reins as manager of the Telefund this spring, aided by (from
left) graduating student callers Valentina
Capone '10, Derek Fogelson '10, Marisa Pettus '10, Nicole Chiappetta '10,
Lauren Barth '10, Bridget Smith '10, Christina Gallo '10, Alissa Lusardi '10 and Ryan Nordman '10.
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