The Douglass Difference

Your Gifts to Douglass Are Needed

On behalf of Douglass students, thank you for investing in their future.

Every gift to the College makes an impact on students.

Your gifts provide much-needed funds for the care and development of Douglass’ signature, innovative programs. They enable enhanced learning opportunities for our students—allowing them to broaden their education, establish their place in the world, and pioneer their futures.

Your continued generosity to the College ensures the Douglass Difference for our students, and positions the College as a national model for women’s education.

Our top five areas of need are presented below. Please feel free to contact Douglass Director of Development Denise Wagner with any questions –; 848-932-3030.

Thank you very much for giving to Douglass – our students are succeeding in their academics, leadership skills, and career plans because of your support.

Philanthropic support is vital to enrich programming and provide merit based or financial need scholarships to our students. By giving to Douglass, you are directly supporting students. Please note that the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College (AADC) does not raise money for Douglass students and programs.


Scholarship support for Douglass Residential College ensures that Douglass women have opportunities to reach their academic goals

Douglass Residential College Scholarship

Gifts to this fund give the college the flexibility to invest in students and programs and capitalize on emerging opportunities

Douglass Difference Annual Fund

Douglass leads the way for women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) thanks to donor support

Douglass STEM Initiatives for Women

The BOLD Center empowers Douglass Residential College students to get involved and develop leadership skills, and provides opportunities for students to succeed post graduation

BOLD Center at Douglass

This fund fosters diversity, equity, and inclusion by supporting training seminars, lectures, classes, and workshops for Douglass students to strengthen cultural competency skills.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Fund

Giving Priorities