Impact of Giving
For more than 30 years, Mary L. Dupont and her husband Robert K. Decelles have generously supported Bryant, including establishing an annual scholarship and an endowed scholarship.
Most recently, the Foundation funded the Rhode Island Manufacturing Renaissance Project conducted by the John H. Chafee Center for International Business, resulting in the formation of the Manufacturing Renaissance Collaborative.
Within their son’s first year on campus, the O'Keefes witnessed the positive impact that the University and its lacrosse program had on their son and made a generous gift to Black & Gold men’s lacrosse.
To ensure future generations have the opportunity to create a strong foundation, the Browns have made one of the largest gifts in Bryant’s 151-year history.
Project-focused academic and campus life experiences, as well as connecting with a broad array of students, faculty, and alumni, created a rich four-year experience for this recent grad.
Participants celebrate the partnership that has put a Sophomore International Experience within reach.
Goldstein regularly shares his views of the international marketplace and business world with Bryant students. He also gives back as president of the National Alumni Council and giving toward the Fisher Student Center.
By supporting Bryant's integrated academic, experiential, and student life programs, benefactors help to raise rankings and boost national recognition.
The evidence of alumni who were athletes in their day returning as benefactors to help current athletes is visible throughout campus.
Flexible-use annual support -- the kind provided through the Bryant Fund -- keeps Bryant agile and able to address areas of greatest need.
Gifts that enhance Bryant's facilities can lead to life-changing experiences for generations of Bryant students to come.
Endowed positions create a powerful incentive for leading educators and scholars to join the Bryant community, and are vital to efforts to recruit and retain a highly qualified faculty.