Donor Recognition Levels

 

Drury Society
Named for co-founder Samuel Drury and his wife Angeline. Samuel and Angeline's gift honoring their son gave Drury its name. Recognizes cumulative lifetime giving of $100,000 and more. Members are recognized on the donor wall in Burnham Hall. Members who have provided support of $1 million and more are recognized through a special level, the Circle of Fellows. The Circle of Fellows members are recognized not only on the wall hanging in Burnham Hall, but also on the stone pedestals standing outside of Bay Hall.

Circle of Fellows
Honor Roll Cum Laude $5,000,000 +
Honor Roll $1,000,000-$4,999,999

Drury Society
Honor Roll Summa Cum Laude $750,000 +
Honor Roll Magna Cum Laude $500,000 +
Honor Roll Cum Laude $250,000 +
Honor Roll $100,000 +

Drury Founders Society
Established to recognize all alumni and friends who have included Drury University in their will, insurance policy, retirement plan, annuity or trust in the amount of $10,000 or more. Founders' names are displayed in the upstairs foyer of Stone Chapel.

Harwood Circle
Named in honor of Drury Founders James and Charles Harwood. James personally solicited more than $150,000 in contributions ($2.2 million in today's economy!). Charles, a Trustee for almost 60 years, provided much of the day-to-day funding that kept Drury in business. The Harwood Circle recognizes gifts totaling $2,000 or more made June 1st through May 31st.

Harwood-Fellows $50,000 +
Harwood-Trustee $25,000-$49,999
Harwood-President's $10,000-$24,999
Harwood-Member $1,000-$4,999

Scarlet and Gray Circle
Named for Drury's colors which symbolize bravery (scarlet) and sincerity (gray). Recognizes annual gifts made June 1st through May 31st.

Scarlet and Gray Gifts up to $999

Drury Loyalty Society
Established to recognize all alumni and friends who have made a gift to Drury, at any level and to any program, consecutively for at least 10 years.

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