Support Positive Next Steps

When you make a gift to support financial aid through the Sewanee Fund, you make it possible for a student to afford the Sewanee experience: studying with a world-class faculty in a setting that inspires reflection and the formation of lifelong friendships.

For many Sewanee students, financial aid is the cornerstone of success. Students receive the cornerstones they are given and build upon them, adding blocks of academic success, transformative experiences, and valuable skills. From a stable cornerstone rises a solid formation of achievement and readiness for the future.

When you make a gift toward financial aid through the Sewanee Fund, you ensure that a student’s next step after Sewanee is as successful as possible.

David Dan, C'15

"I became a scientist."
Chemistry Ph.D. student, Flordia State University, Tallahassee, Fla.

Jimmy Szewczyk, C’15

“I came to better understand myself as well as the world around me and gained clarity around my future and what I want to do with my life.”
Political science Ph.D. student, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga.

Mary Ottley, C’15

“I became myself.”
Maternal and child health volunteer, Peace Corps, Guatemala

Mary Morrison, C’15

“I became an artist.”
Lighting and sound technician, Disney World, Orlando, Fla.

Noah Braezeale, C’15

“I learned how to be an explorer.”
Law student at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C.

Ricca Dickens, C’15

“I found my place and I found relationships.”
YES Prep public schools teacher, Houston, Texas

Brian Glatt, C’15

“I became a leader.”
Dentistry student, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.

Bronte Goodhue, C’15

“I was able to do everything.”
Analyst, Allen & Company, New York, N.Y.

Austen Zoutewelle, C’15

“I found my new maximum.”
Member of Young Adult Volunteer Organization