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Institutional Advancement

Creating a Transformative Experience for Our Students

Elizabethtown College promises to engage our students in finding their life's calling, life's work, and most fullfiling future. Gifts made by alumni, parents, and friends provide the support needed to set our students on the path to their best life.

The Institutional Advancement Division works to create, enhance, and maintain relationships with these important members of the greater Etown community in order continue to provide the life-changing educational experience Etown provides.

If you are interested in learning how you can support Etown or have any questions, please contact our office at 800-877-9658 or ia@etown.edu.

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recipients of rigg scholarship

Supporting a New Generation of Blue Jays

Etown is home to students who feel the pull to contribute to the world. They are future doctors, artists, lawyers, engineers, teachers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and changemakers. The success of our students all starts with making an Etown education affordable.

Our scholarship programs provide funds to areas that help students develop academic skills and personal growth, engage in experiential learning opportunities, and collaborate with their peers to prepare them for their post-graduation plans.

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Our Donors Embrace a Mission of Service

Elizabethtown College donors know what it means to Educate for Service. Thanks to the inspiring support of our donors, Etown continues to grow and be well positioned to carry on our mission. It is because of their generosity that the next generation of Blue Jays can use their talents to better the world. We are so thankful for their commitment to Etown.

Donor Impact & Recognition
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More than

$27

Million

in scholarships and grants

is awarded annually to

Etown students .

60%

of all

financial aid comes

from endowed scholarships,

need-based aid,

or merit-based aid.

More than

34%

of Etown undergraduate

students are

first-generation

college students.

95%

of Etown graduates

are employed or

pursuing continuing education

within one year

of graduation.

Elizabethtown College