Giving to Xavier
COVID-19: STUDENT SUPPORT OPPORTUNITIES
While the situation around the COVID-19 outbreak is evolving every day, we are taking additional proactive measures that will protect our Xavier community, on and off campus. We are concerned that students, in particular, may be struggling to cover unexpected costs related to travel, access to technology, health and wellness and other unbudgeted circumstances and expenses. The Student Emergency Fund was created as a way to provide emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an unexpected situation. Please consider donating to The Student Emergency Fund or The Store/Xavier Food Pantry to help our students who need assistance at this time.
More Gifts to Make a Permanent Impact
Your donation to the Annual Fund allows us to prepare men and women for others, keeping tuition costs down and providing scholarships and financial aid. Here are some ways you can designate your gift.
Make a significant charitable gift that is part of your financial or estate plan.
Corporate partnerships help establish a relationship between a company and Xavier.
Make an endowed gift for scholarships, programs, chairs or professorships.
Your support enhances existing facilities and new construction on campus.
Preserving Our Lady's Windows - And Her Legacy
Some things really are worth preserving. Just ask Tom Williams and Jay Moorman. Williams’ love for his family’s legacy and Moorman’s passion for the jeweled nuances of stained glass brought them together on a project that is as emotional for each as it is historic.
Xavier’s Women of Excellence: Setting the World on Fire for 10
Ten years ago, Xavier started the Women of Excellence, a philanthropy group that advances the legacy of Xavier and Edgecliff’s women graduates, while providing opportunities for women to grow as leaders for the University.
Campaign Updates: More than Halfway to Our Goal
On Dec. 11, Xavier and TriHealth broke ground on the HUB in a ceremony that featured University and TriHealth officials, students, faculty and staff.