CAMPAIGN NEWS
 

More Paid Internships for Loras Students with Help from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation
9/1/2014

Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation expanded its grant program to help students with financial need reap the educational and career-boosting benefits of paid internships. As a recipient of a $135,244 Career Ready Internship grant, Loras will collaborate with local businesses and nonprofits to develop new paid internships and convert existing unpaid internships into paid opportunities

Loras College Receives $50,000 Scholarship Donation from Monsignor Martin Laughlin, P.A.
8/21/2014

Loras College recently received a $50,000 cash donation from Msgr. Martin Laughlin (’48) toward the $75-million Inspiring Lives and Leadership Campaign. The donation establishes the Rev. James J. Donohue, Rev. Andrew J. Creighton and Msgr. William B. Collins Scholarship.

Loras College Professor Receives $2,000 Grant for Psychology Research

8/15/2014
Loras College Assistant Professor of Psychology Sara Bagley, Ph.D., has recently been one of 12 international professors awarded a $2,000 Psi Chi 2014-2015 Faculty Advisor Research Grant. The grant funds will be used to assist Bagley and Loras student researchers in exploring the effects of social evaluative stress on time perception in males.

Loras College Receives $79,000 Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust Grant
8/6/2014
Loras College has recently been awarded a $79,000 Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust grant. The grant funds will be used to renovate and equip a new kinesiology laboratory in the St. Joseph Hall of Science on campus. The Roy J. Carver Kinesiology Classroom and Laboratory project will transform an existing classroom into a modern student research facility serving students studying kinesiology, athletic training, biology, biochemistry, chemistry, neuroscience and those preparing for careers in a pre-health profession.

Loras College Receives $200,000 Scholarship Donation from David Holmberg
7/18/2014
Loras College received a $200,000 cash donation from David Holmberg (’72) to establish the David J. Holmberg Science Scholarship, assisting students to pursue their STEM-based (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education at the college. The 4 year renewal scholarship will be available to students who demonstrate significant financial need, with a preference given to female students.


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A NOTE FROM THE CAMPAIGN CHAIR

Tom Tauke
Thomas J. Tauke (’72)
Former U.S. Congressman and
recently retired Executive Vice President at Verizon, is Past Chair of the Board of Regents and Chair of the Inspiring Lives and Leadership Campaign
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  The time is right for all of our accomplished alumni, the local community and friends of Catholic higher education to financially support Loras College. Loras has positively influenced the lives of many of us. I believe we now have an obligation to provide future generations with the first-class Catholic and liberal arts experiences that Loras offers. Today’s Loras students will soon be the leaders in our Church and in the business, media, healthcare and public policy arenas. With the knowledge they gain and the values they acquire here at Loras, they can help make our ever-changing world a better place." 

Campaign Committee: Thomas Tauke (’72), Father John Schlegel (’66), Paul Breitbach (’60), William Lynch (’64), Arnie Honkamp (’62), Mary Finnegan, Theresa Hoffman (’81), Don Ulrich (’58)


 


 

CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES

  • Scholarships
  • Student aid
  • Faculty chairs
  • Lectureships, programs and projects
  • Faculty retention and recruitment
  • Technology, programs and services
  • The Loras Fund

CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS

THE LORAS FUND

Gifts to the Loras Fund provide immediate support for critical annual needs including student aid, expert faculty, technology resources and student services. This fund supports the innovative and resourceful programs that inspire our students to become better scholars, ethical leaders, more productive employees and engaged world citizens.