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Senior Class Gift Campaign Kicks Off on April 1st

2014 Senior Class Gift Campaign is an initiative to educate graduating seniors about philanthropy and how their philanthropic support can make a difference for current and future Bloomsburg University students.

Seniors approaching graduation will be invited to participate in the 2014 Senior Class Gift. While students can make a donation of any size, students will be encouraged to make a gift of $20.14 to commemorate their graduation year. Those students who give a gift of $20.14 or more will receive a philanthropy cord, a maroon and gold adornment to wear at graduation.

The Senior Class Gift Committee is challenging their peers to achieve 20.14% participation by May Graduation. If 20.14% of May's graduates participate in this campaign with a gift of $20.14 or more, their combined effort would exceed $5,000.

Students will have the opportunity to make their gift starting in the month of April and ending with commencement. Seniors can make an online gift by clicking here or by visiting members of the Senior Class Gift Committee at the donation tables at the places and times listed below:

  • University Bookstore: April 1st and 2nd 11a.m.- 6p.m.
  • Outside the Registrar's Office in the Warren Student Services Center: April 9th and 10th 11a.m. - 6p.m.


Construction Continues for the New Greenly Center
in Downtown Bloomsburg


As the warmer weather moves in, the pace has picked up at the site of the Greenly Center construction. The masonry crews have been laying block since earlier this month and are making great progress on the west and north foundation walls.

If you haven't been past the construction site recently, you should really take a trip down Main St. to see the wonderful artwork on the covered walkway. Bloomsburg High School art students, under the watchful eye of Dr. Mark Jones, created murals to showcase some of the local businesses that are affected by the construction of the Greenly Center. These murals are a beautiful, bright addition to the downtown after such a cold, grey winter!











Jerome Dvorak, Major Hughes,

Kagen Haberstick