Marquette University Senior Challenge - $100 Match from Scott Schroeder!
|Scott H. Schroeder, Bus Ad ’92,|
Grad ’96, Law ’96
Board of Trustee member, alumnus and good friend of the College of Business Administration and the AIM program, Scott Schroeder, a founding partner at Balyasny Asset Management, is matching $100 for every senior who makes their class gift.
· Take a look back at your time at Marquette and what that has meant to you. Many of the memorable experiences that you had would not have been possible without the resources that were made available to you. Gifts made to Marquette in the past few years have directly benefited you in your time here.
· Marquette University is funded by three major sources: tuition, annual giving and endowment. While tuition costs are significant, it is important to note that tuition dollars represent only 68% of the actual cost of education per student. Annual giving makes up the difference. It is the financial lifeblood sustaining the university’s day-to-day mission of delivering a transformational education characterized by excellence, faith, leadership and service. Finally, the endowment represents gifts of invested funds that produce annual income for a wide variety of purposes, including student financial aid. Endowment provides critical financial stability, ensuring a source of financial support year after year, but it does not cover daily expenses like tuition and annual giving does.