Annual gifts to The Merrimack Fund provide student scholarships, increase financial support for faculty, build state-of-the-art athletics facilities…and turn on the lights every day. Every gift matters. Especially YOUR gift.
Unrestricted (Area of Greatest Need)
- Unrestricted gifts fund the College’s most pressing needs. These gifts support a wide range of programs and projects across Merrimack’s campus – everything from academics to scholarships to light bulbs.
- 93% of Merrimack students receive financial aid, and 25% come from low-income families. Gifts to scholarship make a Merrimack education accessible to deserving students.
The Warrior Fund
- Athletics gifts recruit highly visible opponents to the Merrimack campus, purchase cutting edge technology and equipment, fund out of the region travel, provide leadership development training for our athletes, sustain academic support services, and so much more.
- Gifts to Student Life provide opportunities for students to do more, see more, experience more – simply, be more. Funds support intramural sports, pep band, debate club, fraternities and sororities, performing arts, and Alternative Break, just to name a few.
Girard School of Business
- Gifts to the Girard School of Business support the innovative curriculum that prepares students for leadership roles in society and enables them to be effective in the world’s rapidly changing business environment.
School of Education and Social Policy
- Gifts to the School of Education and Social Policy support dynamic, responsive and focused programs that prepare educators who understand that schools play a key role in a diverse and democratic society.
School of Liberal Arts
- Gifts to the School of Liberal Arts support a curriculum focused on building the knowledge and skills necessary to adjust to a changing world, adapt to a changing career path, and become a critical and creative thinker in any field.
School of Science and Engineering
- Gifts to the School of Science and Engineering support the integration of practical experience with interdisciplinary study, and the acquisition of academic knowledge, while fostering a tradition of active research and experiential learning.