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A Campaign for Success in the World, for the World

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Our goal for AUGUSTANA NOW: A Campaign for Success in the World, for the World is $125,000,000.

This campaign is a call to you and our college community to make Augustana a force for real, lasting change in the world.

From now until Dec. 31, 2020, every gift to Augustana College will contribute to this campaign.

Consider the best way you can shape the AUGUSTANA NOW campaign:

Campaign update

Campaign goal:         $125,000,000
Total gifts as of Aug. 1, 2020: $122,357,018
Number of gifts            79,974

In addition to the totals above, on January 12, Augustana announced an $8 million challenge grant from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation that will help fund new academic programs, expand athletics and build the Austin E. Knowlton Center for Innovation in Health Wellness and Human Performance.

The Augustana Fund: These gifts are especially important because they are flexible, allowing us to respond to unexpected challenges and to new opportunities.

Capital projects: These projects include the expansion of Hanson Hall of Science, the renovation of the Bergendoff Hall of Fine Arts, and the renovation and expansion of the Betsey Brodahl Building.

Endowment fund: These gifts build a permanent legacy and resource that makes a difference now and for generations to come.

Learn more about AUGUSTANA NOW and our four goals: • Affordability • Preparation • Innovation • Diversity, equity and inclusion


If you would prefer to make your donation by cash or check instead of online, here are instructions and a printable pledge form.

Legacy gifts will be included in AUGUSTANA NOW. For information, see Legacy Planning.

You may be able to increase the value of your gift through matching funds. See Matching Gifts to learn if your employer participates.

If you need assistance, please contact the Office of Advancement at 309-794-7545 or email Brianne Berogan Myers.


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Peter and Mary

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