University Report 2016-17

Thank You

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With grateful appreciation, Saint Joseph’s acknowledges th​ese ​alumni and friends whose lifetime commitments equal or surpass $1 million. Their leadership support strengthens SJU’s firm financial foundation and provides resources ​to enrich academic quality and distinction and expand transformative student experiences.*

$70M and above

Frances and James ’58 Maguire P’84, ’93, ’05, ‘08 and the Maguire Foundation

$15M - $19.9M

Maryanne and John ’60 Post
P’06, ’07

$10M - $14.9M

Nancy and Brian ’69 Duperreault

Joyce and Michael ’85 Hagan

$5M - $9.9M

Anonymous (2)

Connelly Foundation

Helga and Erivan Haub

Mary† and John ’22† McShain

$1M - $4.9M

Anonymous (3)

Annenberg Foundation

Bank of America

Peter J. Byrne ’48†

Evelyn and Anthony ’60
Carfagno P’89

Chubb Charitable Foundation

Louis J. Cissone Jr. ’56†

Emily and Matthew ’73 Clifton

William Conway ’43B†, P’68, ’75, ’79

Robert Falese ’69, P’92

Dorothy Corey Fallon ’76 and
Timothy G. Fallon ’76

John Fassitt ’05†

Monica and Christopher ’81
Furman P’18

General Electric Co.

Mary† and Edgar ’43A† Griffiths

Liliane and Christian W.E. Haub

Jesuit Community at Saint Joseph’s
University

Paul E. Kelly Foundation

Joseph Klein ’67†

Kresge Foundation

Suzanne and James ’62 Ksansnak

Marguerite and H.F. (Gerry) Lenfest

Lisa and James ’84 Maguire

Nancy & Robert ’64 Maydole

Denise and Michael ’85 McNulty

John P. and Anne W. McNulty
Foundation

Helen Morgan†

Michael Morris ’56

Joan and John Mullen

Bernadette and James ’69 Nealis

Michael O’Pake ’61†

John Paris ’60, P’89

Pew Charitable Trusts

Henry Quinn ’56†

Nicholas Raftery ’36†

Caroline and Sean ’94 (MBA)
Sweeney P’20

W.W. Smith Charitable Trust

Eliza and William Dirk ’50† Warren

Signe and Thomas ’63 Wynne

Doris† and Gerard ’50† Zulli

† Deceased

* This list reflects gifts and pledges as of November 1, 2017.

Why your participation matters

The University can provide services and programs to enhance the overall student experience and support innovation in and collaboration among academic programs.
The overwhelming majority of SJU students receive financial assistance in the form of life-changing scholarships. 
An SJU degree continues to increase in value years after a student graduates. Ranking agencies view the University’s undergraduate alumni participation rate as a marker of their satisfaction and overall strength of an institution. Prospective students recognize SJU’s strong placement, which drives applications.