Matching Talent to Opportunity

An update on Emory College’s Scholarship Endowment Initiative

Since 2013, you and more than 175 Emory College donors have answered the call to invest in promising, ambitious students through the Scholarship Endowment Initiative.

Your partnership has opened doors to students who are transforming into scholars, citizens, and world-changers. 

Collectively you are improving Emory College’s ability to recruit the most talented students.

Thank you for changing the world, one scholar at a time.

Scroll to meet three of them.

Alana Ferreira 18C

Marietta, Ga.

Emory Advantage Endowed Scholarship

Together, through the Scholarship Endowment Initiative, you—our donors—have generously provided more than $15 million in endowed scholarship funding. Coupled with matching funds, you have made nearly $40 million available.

David Kulp 20C

Potomac, Md.

Sam Bredow Memorial Service and Scholarship Fund
Henry L. Bowden Fund

Raven Crosby 22C

Stone Mountain, Ga.

1968 Scholarship Fund

Raven, a high achiever in dance, choreography, and STEM, aspires to a career in genetics or psychiatry. She's also the first female in her family to go to college. Emory was her dream school, and scholarship funding made an Emory education a reality.

Her funding comes from four Emory alumnae who wanted to continue the educational legacy born in 1968, the year the first African American woman graduated from Emory College.

Donors Angel Randolph 94C, Necole Irvin 93C, Tara Dyson 93C, and Torya Ridley 93B.

Donors Angel Randolph 94C, Necole Irvin 93C, Tara Dyson 93C, and Torya Ridley 93B.

The Scholarship Endowment Initiative has marked a turning point for opportunity at Emory College.

Thank you for your committed partnership, your selfless dedication to students, and your vision for a better Emory.

Your legacy is just beginning.

Molly Griffith
Senior Director of Development
Office: 404.727.5930