“Culver-Stockton – Changing Lives!” Campaign Announced

Nearly $18 million already raised

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“Culver-Stockton – Changing Lives!” Campaign Announced

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Quentin Wells

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Quentin Wells

Quentin Wells

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Quentin Wells, contributing reporter

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Culver-Stockton College President Kelly Thompson and members of the Board of Trustees Friday announced that nearly $18 million has been raised toward a goal of $25 million in the latest capital campaign.

There was so much to celebrate because of our generous alumni and friends.”

— C-SC President Kelly Thompson

The Performing Arts Center was crammed full of students, staff and alumni as Thompson, Board of Trustees chair Ron Leftwich (’64), class of 1971 alumni Scott Johnson and Bob Stone along with Dr. Bill Sheehan, Vice President of Advancement  presented the goals and accomplishments of the current fund-raising campaign.

“There was so much to celebrate because of our generous alumni and friends” President Thompson said. “Almost 18 million dollars has been raised to date for scholarships, academics, endowment and facilities.  The PAC was packed and the excitement about the future of C-SC is amazing!”

Some of the dream projects in the campaign include cafeteria renovation, air conditioning in the Charles Fieldhouse, faculty development, technology, enhancing fine arts, a center for experiential learning, and student scholarships.

“Culver-Stockton: Changing Lives!” is the oft-repeated slogan for this capital campaign.  The event was complete with cheerleaders, confetti, and upbeat music got the  people dancing in their seats.

Culver-Stockton’s historic announcement will change the lives of our students today and future generations of C-SC students.”

— Dr. Bill Sheehan, VP Advancement

“Culver-Stockton’s historic announcement will change the lives of our students today and future generations of C-SC students” Sheehan commented.  “We are so thankful to the donors who have already made wonderful gifts to our campus and look forward to working with our alumni and friends as we continue to help Change Lives.”

Attendees received a parting gift of a 21 oz. aluminum water bottle emblazoned with the campaign slogan:  “Culver-Stockton: Changing Lives!”