IN THE FUTURE, we see people rarely staying in their professional lanes. We see people pursuing multiple careers throughout life. We see continual mobility … blended roles … job titles undreamed.
Except that’s not the future: That world is already here.
And imparting the ability to transcend boundaries — to thrive in any situation, not just the ones you have been trained for — is the core commitment of a Muhlenberg liberal arts education.
Muhlenberg’s many supporters are connecting the dots — and signaling their support with generous campaign gifts.
Already, so many have stepped up to fuel the future.
Be part of Muhlenberg’s “pay-it-forward” culture. A new generation of bright and eager students will thank you.
YOUR GENEROSITY IS BOUNDLESS
RAISED TO DATE: $88,000,000
“AT JUST THE RIGHT MOMENT, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE IS COMMITTING ITSELF TO LEAD A LIBERAL ARTS RENAISSANCE.”
— KATHLEEN E. HARRING, PH.D., PRESIDENT
The Boundless campaign will secure funding for a comprehensive, carefully interconnected group of strategic priorities that will shape students’ academic and residential experience for decades to come.
ENDOWED PROFESSORSHIPS — $20M
Faculty who thrive in their roles as instigators and catalysts
FAHY COMMONS — $5M
Facilitating connections between students, faculty, staff and community
THE MUHLENBERG FUND — $30M
Continuing philanthropy that shapes students for boundless futures
INTEGRATIVE LEARNING AND HIGH-IMPACT PRACTICES — $8.5M
Real-world learning to enable real-world impact
Muhlenberg’s commitment was never to simply turn out scientists or accountants or marketers. Our commitment is to nurture incredibly insightful adaptive thinkers … who consequently thrive as scientists, accountants, marketers, doctors, performers, educators — or whatever they choose to become — because they see connections that others don’t.
MUHLENBERG’S COMMITMENT was never to simply turn out scientists or accountants or marketers. Our commitment is to nurture incredibly insightful adaptive thinkers…who consequently thrive as scientists, accountants, marketers, doctors, performers, educators—or whatever they choose to become—because they see connections that others don’t.