Lycoming recognizes the generosity of each and every donor for providing financial support — no matter the size of the gift. Thank you for leading the effort in making Lycoming even Greater.
The Loyal Giving Society recognizes Lycoming College’s most loyal alumni, parents and friends who have made gifts to any fund of the College for three or more consecutive years. Their gifts make a collective impact that strengthens the institution year after year.
Lycoming is pleased to recognize the loyalty of our donors through various recognition levels.
The 1812 Leadership Giving Society pays special tribute to those donors who make gifts of $1,812 or more to any fund or funds during the fiscal year (July 1- June 30). Alumni, parents and friends who join the 1812 Leadership Giving Society demonstrate their commitment to preserving a strong future for Lycoming students.
Lycoming offers a number of recognition levels to honor our leadership donors.
The Metzler Gate Society provides a "gateway" to the 1812 Society by recognizing recent graduates who make annual gifts at specific levels starting with their senior year and continuing throughout their first 10 years as alumni.
The Founders Society was established in 2016 to recognize extraordinary lifetime giving by alumni, parents, and friends. The Founders Society honors the legacy of Benjamin H. Crever, Lycoming College’s founder. Members of the Founders Society represent Lycoming College’s most generous philanthropists whose commitments have influenced the trajectory of Lycoming College.
Lycoming offers a number of recognition levels to honor our lifetime donors.
The President Edward J. Gray Circle recognizes levels of lifetime giving of $100,000-$249,999, based on cumulative outright gifts to the college.
The President John W. Long Circle recognizes levels of lifetime giving of $250,000-$499,999, based on cumulative outright gifts to the college.
The President D. Frederick Wertz Circle recognizes levels of lifetime giving of $500,000-$999,999, based on cumulative outright gifts to the college.
The Benjamin H. Crever Circle recognizes levels of lifetime giving of $1,000,000 or more, based on cumulative outright gifts to the college.
The Tower Society acknowledges the special commitment of donors who make contributions through gift planning. This includes a bequest, annuity, trust, life insurance policy, or other planned or deferred gift to the college.