Invest in Purpose
$5 Million for Infrastructure and Special Projects
Mirroring the classic Liberal Arts education, Prescott College itself is comprised of a diverse mix of people and projects—each focused on the purpose of educating society’s leaders for the 21st century. Several areas of our infrastructure and special programs will benefit from both restricted and unrestricted gifts.
Infrastructure and Special Projects
Career Services: $1 MillionCareer Services: $1 Million
Prescott College will develop a career center that provides students and alumni with career exploration, development, and advising that address the experiences and academic preparation needed to attain their future educational and professional goals.
Additional Locations: $1 MillionAdditional Locations: $1 Million
We will implement a three-year plan for the Tucson location developed by the Taskforce on Bioregional Hubs, situating it as the model for additional off-campus locations. Learn more about Prescott College, Tucson.
Integrated Marketing: $1 MillionIntegrated Marketing: $1 Million
Telling the world about Prescott College is a key component of our strategic plan, and a mission critical process in higher education. The College needs to commit sufficient resources to this important activity in order to reap significant return on investment.
Advancement Capacity: $.5 MillionAdvancement Capacity: $.5 Million
A major gifts campaign for Prescott College is a viable concept with significant potential for regional and national funding only after the infrastructure of the campaign has been established. This includes development of detailed plans, budgets, policies and appropriate internal staffing.
Grant Supported-Augmented Projects: $1.5 MillionGrant Supported-Augmented Projects: $1.5 Million
The “projects” that reflect the diversity and excellence of our programming include, but are not limited to: The Prescott College Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse, The Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Regional Studies, Energy Efficiency and Renewables Projects, Jenner Farm, The Natural History Institute, and Equine Assisted Learning.