Go Beyond: Progress in numbers

Go Beyond, Campaign for Wheaton

  • When President Ronald A. Crutcher completes his term in office at the end of the academic year, the college plans to inaugurate a scholarship named for him and his wife, Betty Neal Crutcher.
  • The giving tree, Pareskys sow opportunities

Science center:

$36,118,382 committed to expanding and enhancing science facilities through the Mars Center for Science and Technology.

Goal: $35 million

Student scholarships:

$45,339,901 committed to increasing scholarship support for Wheaton students and their families.

Goal: $50.6 million

Annual support:

$30,998,428 contributed to the Wheaton Fund since July 1, 2005. Alumnae/i, parents and friends have committed $1,248,159 since July 1, 2013.

Goal: $4.3 million for fiscal year 2014 (ending on June 30, 2014); $34.4 million by June 30, 2014

Student-faculty research:

$1,408,388 committed to support student-faculty research collaborations through the establishment of endowed funds for that purpose.

Artificial turf field:

Construction by fall 2013 of an artificial turf field and lighting to expand opportunities for intercollegiate, club and intramural sports.

Goal: $3,865,000

Campaign leadership

  • Kenneth R. Babby ’02
  • Nancy Pearlstine Conger ’67, co-chair
  • Deborah Haigh Dluhy ’62
  • Debra Kent Glidden ’68, co-chair
  • Thomas Hollister, co-chair
  • Janet Lindholm Lebovitz ’72
  • Margaret Dunn Smith ’73

More online wheatoncollege.edu/giving