Impact of Giving
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.
“When you write a check for scholarships, you know your money is actually going to do something for the student, for his or her future, and for the world,” one donor says.
The generosity of benefactors who have a gift of giving are the paramount factor in Bryant’s evolution from a humble commuter college to a nationally recognized university.
More than 200 alumni, faculty, staff and friends mingle at Rosecliff mansion and hear from two students about how the scholarships help further their education.
The Allardices are making plans to endow the Allardice Scholarship so deserving students may continue to learn at Bryant even as the cost of providing an exceptional education continues to rise.
Bryant is deeply appreciative of the many contributions of the Amica Companies Foundation and Amica employees in the area of student involvement, educational initiatives, leadership, and philanthropic support.
The Garnetts have been strong supporters of Bryant University since their daughter, Brooke ’13, transferred after her first year.
A member of Bryant’s Board of Trustees from 2001 to 2010, Mead is proud of what Bryant has become and how it has grown into a University that continues to attract high-caliber students.
President Machtley, Bryant’s faculty and the Institute’s founding director are praised for creating "a world-class program that can make a tremendous difference in Rhode Island’s future.”
Bryant's Class of 2012 Senior Class Gift Committee credits success to personal commitment and willingness to change tactics.
The Liz Chace and The Kim Chace are ready for 'fiercer' competition in the coming season. The boats have "good karma," says the team's coach.