Pioneering Pathways, Changing Lives: The Campaign for Landmark College.
Pioneering Pathways, Changing Lives:
The Campaign for Landmark College
The "Pioneering Pathways, Changing Lives" campaign is much more than a bricks and mortar project. It creates new opportunities for students who learn differently to make an impact in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields, where we face a national crisis for skilled graduates.
The Nicole Goodner MacFarlane Science, Technology & Innovation Center, the campus’s first-ever new academic building, will be a physical and intellectual hub for education and research activities at Landmark College. This $10 million building will be funded through a $7 million Capital Campaign, which already includes many sizable gifts, including a $2 million challenge grant from the Tambour Foundation and a gift from long-time supporters Charles and Nan Strauch, among many others, including members of the Landmark College Board of Trustees. Donations of all sizes from alumni, faculty, staff, students, families, community members, and friends of Landmark College have also been received from around the world. Landmark College has secured the remaining $3 million in construction funds through the issuance of a tax-exempt bond with a low, fixed rate of interest for ten years provided by TD Bank.
Thank you to Nicole Goodner MacFarlane and the MacFarlane family for initiating the process with the Tambour Foundation that led to their generous matching grant.
You can follow our progress via the fundraising thermometer on this page (and on our homepage). The thermometer will be updated regularly and reflects all gifts, pledges, grants, and loans made to the Campaign. You can be part of the campaign by donating here. Every contribution makes a difference.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new building was held on Saturday, August 30, 2014, after Convocation.
- Explore plans for the new Science, Technology & Innovation Center
- View the building's progress
- Gain perspective on the STI Center in the President's Message
- Read inspiring stories about students ready to make a difference in STEM fields
- Follow other capital campaign news
Watch videos from our April 2014 fundraiser, featuring Whoopi Goldberg:
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