SMU Unbridled: The Second Century Campaign

Ten Largest Donors
  1. The Meadows Foundation, Incorporated 
    Over $80 million, including $33 million and $45 million commitments to Meadows School of the Arts and Meadows Museum
       
  2. Nancy Ann Hunter Hunt ’65 and Ray L. Hunt ’65 
    Over $50 million, including commitments for campus expansion, Hunt Leadership Scholars Program, The Nancy Ann and Ray Hunt Residency-in-Teaching Master of Education and Judge Elmo B. Hunter Legal Center for Victims of Crimes Against Women
        
  3. Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 and Harold C. Simmons 
    Over $45 million, including the naming of the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development, as well as facilities, academic positions and graduate fellowships in the Simmons School
       
  4. David B. Miller ’72, ’73 and Carolyn L. Miller and David B. Miller Family Foundation 
    Over $30 million, including commitments to Miller Event Center at Moody Coliseum; centers, academic positions and scholarships in the Cox School of Business; Carolyn and David Miller Campus Center at SMU-in-Taos; athletics initiatives; and University scholarships
       
  5. Bobby B. Lyle ’67 
    Over $20 million, including the naming of the Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering, several academic positions and scholarships in the Lyle School and Edwin L. Cox School of Business and support for engineering facilities
       
  6. Roy M. Huffington ’38 
    Over $20 million, including Huffington Bicentennial Funds for student and faculty support and Huffington Department of Earth Sciences in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences
       
  7. Carl Sewell ’66 and Peggy Higgins Sewell ’72 
    Over $20 million, supporting President’s Scholarships for engineering and business majors, school and general university scholarships and athletics initiatives
       
  8. The Moody Foundation 
    Over $20 million in support of Moody Coliseum renovation and expansion
       
  9. Gerald J. Ford ’66, ’69 and Kelli O. Ford and The Gerald J. Ford Family Foundation 
    Over $20 million in support of the Gerald J. Ford Research and Innovation Building and athletics initiatives
       
  10. Gary T. Crum ’69 and Sylvie P. Crum 
    Over $16 million, including Crum Commons, Crum Basketball Center, athletics initiatives and scholarships in the Edwin L. Cox School of Business