Student Legacy Program Hosts Speaker Tomorrow From American Refugee Committee

The Student Legacy Program’s speaker series is a yearlong program that features philanthropists and development professionals speaking on the subject of philanthropy. The program returns this week with a new guest, conversation and pizza.

Ann Ulring from the American Refugee Committee will speak at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in Room 202, Anderson Student Center. The vision of ARC is that every person who participates in an American Refugee Committee program or project will have a better chance to take control of his or her life and achieve self-sufficiency. All students who are interested in philanthropy and the Student Legacy Program are invited to attend.

Members of the Student Legacy Committee help to increase student awareness of alumni programming and the importance of giving back to the university.

Throughout the year, committee members help plan:

  • “It Takes More Than Tuition” Day
  • Student Legacy Speaker Series
  • Moskalik Society events
  • Tommie Match Day
  • Senior Class Gift
  • Many other fundraising events

For more information about the Student Legacy Program or about joining the Student Legacy Committee, visit the Student Legacy Program website or contact Kristen Lucius in the Development Office, (651) 962-6944.