The Nazareth
Annual Fund

Did you know tuition provides only 70% of what it costs to educate each student at Nazareth? There is no better way to impact the lives of others than with your support of the Nazareth Annual Fund.

Gifts support students, faculty, and campus programs, sustaining the excellence that is the hallmark of a Nazareth education.

The Nazareth Annual Fund turns individual gifts of all sizes into a powerful source of support that has the power to change lives. Visit our secure online giving form today. 

Nazareth Priority Areas

Your support will provide funds for the University to invest in its current highest priorities - from scholarships and programming to library and lab equipment. Your gift touches every student on campus.

Student Financial Aid

Gifts to student financial aid keep a Nazareth education affordable and accessible to a diverse range of students, regardless of financial circumstances.

Student Life

Gifts to student life help create an undergraduate student experience like no other - creating a lifetime of memories, relationships, and tradition. student clubs, support for multicultural affairs, and much more.

Global Engagement

Gifts to global engagement support international learning and experiences that enrich our students’ global and cultural awareness, and help to develop engaged citizens in our increasingly interconnected and interdependent world.

The President's Fund for Emerging Needs

Provides the president with access to resources to support new initiatives and promote our mission.

Diversity & Inclusion Excellence

Supports diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives across campus.

Campus Improvement Fund

Like the recent Millie's renovation project, residence hall renovations, and upgrades and enhancements to technology - a gift to the campus improvement fund supports the campus infrastructure that helps students learn, grow, and thrive here at Nazareth.

Addy Wallace, Nazareth student

Addison Wallace ’25

In her sophomore year, Addy was able to fulfill her dream of studying abroad using an Annual Fund donor-supported SPARK grant to help finance a trip to Italy for a semester. The beauty and culture of Florence, combined with opportunities to travel to other European countries made for a “once in a lifetime” experience for the chemistry/art history double major.

Read Addy’s blog post here.