Each year the graduating class, led by the Graduation Committee, comes together to continue a tradition of philanthropy at the USF School of Law. Graduating 3Ls and 4Ls create a legacy for their class and help future students for years to come.
2013 Class Gift Campaign
The Class of 2013 gift campaign is led by the Graduation committee with goals of reaching 100 percent class participation and hopes to reach a pledge total of $5,000 toward the Law Assembly. The Graduation Committee, led by co-chairs Selby Abraham and Kasey Hawkins, Fundraising Subcommittee chair Jaclyn Falk, Grad Student Selection Subcommittee chair Alexia Mayorg, Speaker Subcommittee chair Natasia DaSilva, and Grad Party Coordinator and Grad Party Fundraiser: Molly LeGoy and Richard Yao, includes Jackie Duran - Robbie Mack - Christina Inciong - Alexandra Hoffman - Sarah Williams - Jeni Frudden - Tiffany Lee - Jessica Platt - Yael Nadel Cadaxa - Huy Vu - Lindsay McKasson - Jessica DeMarco - Gillian Emmerich - Dan Madow - Thayer Mullins - Molly Zimney - Tamika Lipford
About the Campaign
Why should I support the Class Gift Campaign?
The percentage of the class that contributes to the campaign is a direct indication of students’ impression of the overall quality of the faculty, services, and administration of the USF School of Law. The participation percentage is a bellwether to alumni, peer law schools, prospective students, and other influential groups as they evaluate the quality of the law school.
Why is participation so important?
If we achieve high participation, we can directly impact two important factors:
- Perception To alumni, other law schools, prospective students, employers, and other constituencies, a high participation rate is indicative of satisfaction with the quality of the school. These are important constituencies, as their actions further influence the reputation and perceived quality of USF School of Law.
- Alumni Participation The experience of current students is a strong indicator to alumni that USF is fulfilling its mission. Participation is an active testimonial that can leverage greater resources from alumni.
How can I contribute, given my debt?
Taking into account the high debt incurred by many students, the law school offers modest gift levels to make it possible for you to participate. Our goal is to have 100% participation!
What are the three options?
- Gift Levels This option enables you to make a modest one time gift.
- Spirit of 2013 This option enables you to boost our participation rate with an affordable, one-time payment of any size (minimum gift amount $5). Our #1 goal is participation. Every gift truly counts. You can support the campaign with a gift of $5, $10, or $15.
Tell me more about the Gift levels...
The gift levels starts out with a small contribution.
|April 30, 2013
Where does the money go?
The Class of 2013 has a unique and exciting opportunity to support the Law Assembly.
What is the Law Assembly?
Law Assembly contributions bolster students and alumni services. Law Assembly funds support critical projects, including law clinics, domestic and international summer internships, scholarships, loan repayment assistance, diversity initiatives, symposia, visiting faculty and moot court competitions.