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Senior Class Giving

The Senior Class Gift is a Fisher philanthropy tradition. Guided by class officers, seniors pledge together to make small gifts that together will have a big impact.

Why Should I Give?

Male student presents senior class gift check of $5,700 for the Student Hardship Grant.

The answer to that question lies in thinking about your time at Fisher.

Consider your semester studying abroad, catching up with President Rooney at Late Night Breakfast, undergraduate research you have conducted, your sore feet and full heart following the Teddi Dance for Love, and all of those long nights studying in Lavery Library.

These and so many other experiences were made possible thanks to wonderful donor generosity. Now it’s your turn to give back.

Just as college tuition is an investment in yourself, your gift is an investment in Fisher. Help give future generations of the Fisher family the ability to enjoy the college experience as much as you have.


The Class of 2016 gift benefited the Student Hardship Grant, a one-time award based on a student’s financial need when sudden hardship jeopardizes a student's ability to maintain enrollment at Fisher. With gifts ranging from $20 to $100 dollars, the Class of 2016 gift immediately impacted Fisher students in need.