Class of 2024 Senior Class Gift

The Senior Class Gift is a long-standing tradition at Stonehill.

To honor our Stonehill experience, and leave a legacy as the Class of 2024, please join our class in supporting our selected Senior Class Gift initiatives, or give to what is meaningful to you.

4 for '24

The Class of 2024 selected four Stonehill initiatives for the Senior Class Gift:

The Bridge Fund

Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice


Student Opportunity Fund

Donors may also select a designation of their choosing.

Please consider a gift of $20.24 to honor our class year!

Bridge Fund

Stonehill College created The Bridge Fund to assist hardworking Stonehill students with great financial need—providing a quick turnaround for our students when their family faces unexpected financial hardships.

Provides financial support to students facing an unexpected financial setback that leaves them in danger of not being able to complete their college education.

Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice

Sponsoring the Hayden Lecture Series, faculty-student research collaborations, readings, performances, and co-curricular events, the Center serves as an interdisciplinary hub that bridges academic experiences and student life. The Center supports faculty and student research that examines how race, ethnicity, and other categories of difference are infused in structures of power. A new major and minor, as well as new general education courses, will integrate the study of race and ethnicity more fully into the curriculum.


Endowed and restricted scholarships ensure that Stonehill is accessible to talented, deserving students from diverse backgrounds.

Stonehill College has nearly 300 endowed and restricted scholarships, and this number continues to grow each year thanks to our generous donors.

Student Opportunity Fund

These funds, which are made available through the generous support of donors to the College, are available to students in order to subsidize the costs associated with their participation in a wide range of high-impact learning activities. Preference is given to students who are able to clearly articulate and demonstrate the significant financial hardships or barriers that jeopardize their ability to participate in desired high-impact learning experiences.

Donor Appreciation

All seniors who make a class gift will receive a Skyhawk Logo Pin to wear at graduation and to have as a Stonehill keepsake.

All donors can also honor a faculty member, coach, advisor, or staff member with their gift! Donors can write a message to their honoree to be shared on this website. Enter honoree details in the online gift form.

Senior Class Gift Committee

Class of 2024
Join us in supporting our senior class gift!

Andrew Parker, Co-Chair
Monica Untiet, Co-Chair
Jessika Crockett-Murphy
Fallon Hinz
Camden Krasinski

Thank you for your support of the Class of 2024 Senior Class Gift!

Select a gift amount below and make your gift online.

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By the Numbers

Make your senior class gift!

224 Donors
Class of 2024 Goal

It's a tradition! Let's get to 224 donors to honor our class year!

Honor our class year with your gift!

Gifts of all sizes add up!

Someone did it for you

Every year, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of Stonehill give back to enhance your student experience.

It's a tradition

The Class of 2019 supported the Wellness Initiatives Fund with 32% class participation!

Tuition alone doesn't cut it

Tuition only covers a portion of the operating costs. Donations and grants provide additional support!

More value to your degree

Donor participation affects our national rankings. More donors can lead to higher rankings.

Every gift matters

Gifts of all sizes make a difference!

The Tradition of the Senior Class Gift at Stonehill

Thank you to past senior classes for their generous gifts to Stonehill!

  • Class of 2023

    The Bridge Fund, Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice, and Scholarships

  • Class of 2022

    Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice and Skyhawk Statue

  • Class of 2021

    Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice, Faculty of Color Association (FOCA) Student Leadership Award, and Graduate School Access Awards

  • Class of 2020

    Fund for Internship Expenses

  • Class of 2019

    Wellness Initiatives Fund

  • Class of 2018

    Linsey Malia '18 Memorial Scholarship & Campus Memorial

  • Class of 2016

    Matt Brown Perseverance Scholarship

  • Class of 2014

    Henry Thevenin Memorial Scholarship

  • Class of 2010

    Clock at the May Pavilion

  • Class of 2009

    Clock at the May Pavilion

  • Class of 2008

    Stonehill Seal on the Quad

  • Class of 2007

    Bar mirror in the Roche Dining Commons

  • Class of 2004

    Clock at the Roche Dining Commons

  • Class of 2002

    Flag at Donahue Hall

  • Class of 2002

    Plaque at flagpole in memory of the members of the Stonehill community who died on September 11, 2001

  • Class of 1998

    Cornerstone at MacPhaidin Library

  • Class of 1996 and SGA

    Clock on the Quad

  • Class of 1995 and SGA

    Beach Volleyball Court

  • Class of 1995 and SGA

    Plaque at court in memory of Matthew J. Boyle '95

Contact Us For More Information

Lisa A. Richards

Lisa A. Richards

Director of the Annual Fund