Calling all Senior Jags!
Celebrate our time at UHV, and help make the college experience a reality for future students. As part of the university's annual giving tradition, UA is introducing student giving to UHV. Philanthropy is vital to maintaining excellence in all departments of our university, and it is a wonderful way for students to demonstrate their pride and affinity for UHV.
As a member of the UHV Class of 2014, a gift of $20.14 will give you the chance to wear a special Jaguar spirit graduation cord at commencement. Students can designate where they would like their gift to go, directing their contributions to one of five areas: Friends of Arts & Sciences, School of Business Endowed Professorship, School of Education & Human Development Scholarships, Friends of Nursing or General Athletic Scholarships Fund.
The Jaguar spirit cords are red, black and gold, and can be worn during the commencement ceremony along with any other graduation cords. Student giving is a great way to give back to the school that has given so much to us during our years here. Our graduating class will be at the forefront of starting a brand new tradition at UHV with the inaugural Jags Give Back program.
Show the world your Jaguar pride! You can reserve your cord through UHVConnect or the University Advancement office (third floor of the University Center) for a minimum donation of $20.14. You may pay with a debit/credit card on UHVConnect and the cord will be mailed to you (on orders made before May 1), or you may pick up your cord in the University Advancement office.
Debit/credit cards, checks and exact change can be accepted in the University Advancement Office.
For more information about this exciting way to support UHV, please contact Crystal Simmons, director of annual giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 361-570-4869.
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