Endowment gifts support Maryville College today and into the future by funding student scholarships, faculty positions, and other institutional priorities. Endowment gifts may be unrestricted to support the most pressing needs at Maryville College or restricted to support a specific purpose.
Student Scholarship Endowments
Endowed scholarship funds start at $25,000 and support student scholarships at Maryville College in perpetuity. Download a template agreement.
The Charlotte W. Newcombe Endowed Scholarship Fund
The Charlotte W. Newcombe Endowed Scholarship Fund at Maryville College provides scholarships to first-generation college students from Appalachia. The Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation will add $25,000 to the fund each year for the next four years as long as Maryville College can raise 1:1 matching funds. Make your gift today!
The Corella and Betram F. Bonner Scholarship Fund
The Corella and Betram F. Bonner Scholarship Fund at Maryville College provides scholarships to 60 students per year who each volunteer at a local nonprofit for 10 hours per week during the school year and for 280 hours during the summer. Make your gift today!
Endowed named professorships at Maryville College recognize and support excellence in scholarship and teaching. Endowed named professorships are $1 million and endowed named chairs are $2 million.
The Gerald W. Gibson Professional Development Fund
The Gerald W. Gibson Professional Development Fund honors the 10th President of Maryville College and supports professional development and research for faculty and staff. Make your gift today!
The Robert J. Naylor Research Endowment
The Robert J. Naylor Research Endowment honors the retired Professor of Chemistry, Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Dean of the College by supporting research collaboration between faculty and students. Make your gift today!
Additional Endowment Opportunities
Endowment gifts may also support a lecture series, library resources, international programming, building maintenance, community service, and other distinctive programs at Maryville College.
Mary Lib Jackson '46 and Taylor Richardson '12 talk about why scholarships matter at MC:
Barbara Davis Tropansky '59, Joe Tropansky '59 and Blythe Tyrone '12 talk about why scholarships matter at MC: