During the 2014-2015 academic year, SMU alumni achieved a major goal of The Second Century Campaign: more than 25 percent of undergraduate alumni giving within a single year. The collective generosity of SMU’s alumni is having an extraordinary impact on the University and helping shape SMU’s future across campus.
Now we have our sights set on achieving all the goals of The Second Century Campaign by December 31, 2015. Let's show everyone that SMU Mustangs finish strong.
The Second Century Campaign
Alumni and friends around the world are supporting The Second Century Campaign. Learn more about the campaign in your region.
SMU Campaign Update provides a summary of the latest developments for leaders and volunteers of The Second Century Campaign. SMU's Annual Report highlights the University’s extraordinary progress during our centennial commemoration period. View all Campaign publications here.
Law School GiftAlumna and Professor Emeritus Ellen K. Solender is funding a chair in Women and the Law.
Challenge GrantThe Morris Foundation announces a $1.5 million challenge grant at annual "Meadows at the Meyerson."
Largest Single GiftMeadows Foundation pledges $45 million to SMU, the largest single gift in University history.
Gift for Cox SchoolA $2 million gift from Linda and Ken Morris will support a directorship in the Cox School.
Donors support new SMU tennis complexFour leadership donors have given more than $1 million each to support the new SMU Tennis Complex. Another 14 donors have committed gifts ranging from $25,000 to $500,000 for a total of nearly $11 million in commitments.