The 2014-2015 school year is SMU’s last chance during The Second Century Campaign to set a new record for alumni giving – and your chance to further enhance the value of your SMU degree. Your gifts enable improvements across campus and contribute to SMU's rise in national rankings. 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.
SMU-in-Taos celebrates new facilities and other improvementsSMU-in-Taos celebrated new facilities and other improvements at the campus in Northern New Mexico last week.
New SMU Family Law Clinic to provide community service and inspiring experience for students A donation of $4 million to SMU’s Dedman School of Law will endow the new VanSickle Family Law Clinic to provide free legal help for Dallas-area residents as well as essential skills training for Dedman Law students.
SMU honors San Francisco friends and supportersAlumni, parents and friends of SMU from the San Francisco area were acknowledged May 19 for their generous combined commitments of more than $5 million toward SMU’s Second Century Campaign.
SMU honors Atlanta friends and supporters at May Botanical Garden celebration Alumni, parents and friends of SMU from the Atlanta area were honored May 1 for their generous combined commitments of more than $2.1 million toward SMU’s Second Century Campaign.
SMU announces $2.5 million gift from Russell and Dorothy Budd to improve K-12 education in low-income communities A $2.5 million gift from Russell and Dorothy Budd '06 will endow SMU's newly named Budd Center for Involving Communities in Education.
SMU dedicates new Residential Commons complex May 9SMU will dedicate its new Residential Commons complex May 9, enabling all first-year and sophomore students to live on campus and launching the Residential Commons model campus-wide.
$5 million gift from Harlan and Kathy Crow to support SMU Residential CommonsHarlan and Katherine Raymond Crow of Dallas have committed $5 million toward the construction of the Kathy Crow Commons in SMU's new Residential Commons complex, scheduled to open in fall 2014.