Let's leave our mark.
Every year, the graduating class leaves behind a gift as a token of appreciation to the University. The first graduating class of 1964 left the Enormous Luther statue, now lovingly known as Gumby. The class of 2012 started the tradition of donating their gift to the CLU Annual Fund.
Why should you give? Just ask some of your fellow seniors:
"California Lutheran University has given me a great education, new friends, and wonderful opportunities to improve myself and community. I donated because I wanted to give back to the school that has given me so much!"—Sara Bergeron '15
"Giving back shows our appreciation to our school, alumni, faculty, staff and fellow students for all that they do. By giving back, we are making Cal Lutheran a better place for ourselves and for the future classes that will come after us."—Courtney Vendetti '15
To beat last year's class, we need to raise $9,000. We want to prove beyond a doubt that 2016 > 2015, so tell your friends and spread the word.
If we're going to reach our goal, at least 60% of us need to take part in the challenge. Now's the time to step up!
Plus, if you give at least $20.16, you'll get a one-of-a-kind senior t-shirt and a special purple and gold tassel for graduation. You will also receive the opportunity to film a special shout out that will be played at commencement.Make a Gift
Alternately, you can bring your gift directly to the CLU Annual Fund office, located in the Pederson Administration Building in suite 104.