Advancing the creation of a Just and Humane Society
Gifts to Xavier University help students eXpand their horizons, so that they may go on to lead and serve in a global society. For donors, the philanthropic effect can be profoundly fulfilling as it can tremendously impact the course of many deserving young students’ lives.
“I want the students to carry on the tradition of eXcellence. I want to see the Xavier legacy passed on,” said legendary artist, educator and Xavier alum John T. Scott, ’67.
In order to honor the legacy of Mother Katharine Drexel and the mission of Xavier University, we must be purposeful in shaping the future by investing our time and resources in it. Your financial contributions and leadership is vital to shaping the student eXperience, creating new ideas and cutting-edge research, and elevating the eXpansion of our academic program offerings.
To read more about the positive impact giving has on donors, students and the world, click on the stories below.
Make a commitment to the future of Xavier University and all students who call upon you to continue Mother Katharine’s legacy towards the creation of a just and humane society.
Make an investment in the education of a young, gifted student.
Did you know that the Xavier University Main Building, Convent and Library are three late Gothic Revival architecture style buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places? These buildings, as well as the student residence halls, parking lots, classrooms and labs require ongoing maintenance to restore and enable the legacy of eXcellence for tomorrow’s leaders who walk our halls today.
Memorial and Tribute Gifts
Honor a living or deceased relative, friend or colleague with a gift that continues their legacy to future generations of Xavierites.
Maintain and enhance the academic rigor of Xavier University’s curriculum and program offerings.
A variety of summer opportunities enrich the academic and social development of middle school and high school students from around the world at Xavier University.
Be the hero to a meritorious student who may face an unforeseen or unusual circumstance due to personal or family emergencies.