Luther ’88 and Libby Hagen are making an impact at Gustavus on a budget. Learn how you can make philanthropy work for your family.
Julie Holt may not be a graduate, but as a parent of two young Gusties she is dedicated to making sure other young people have the opportunity to receive a great education. Learn more about her passion.
Larry Wefring spent his life feeling like the underdog. Now, his desire to help others succeed has led him to a life of service and giving back in big ways. Learn more about why he chose Gustavus.
Gustavus has changed over the years thanks to the vision and leadership of our dedicated alumni and friends. Learn more about how the campus continues to be transformed through gifts to priority capital projects.
Matt and Kay Eckman are committed to strengthening the academic program by ensuring faculty have the resources they need to be innovative educators. Learn more about why teaching and learning is important to their family.
Mariah Bierl is a young Gustie with a bright future who wants to pay forward the opportunities she received as a student through the Annual Fund. Learn more about her contributions.
Ray Lundquist's veins still course with black and gold, sixty-two years after graduating. Learn how Ray's steadfast involvement has enriched the lives of Gusties.
A scholarship has supported the dreams of three accounting majors and a bench dedicated to his memory has become a place of discussion and reflection. But Nick Greve's greatest gift may be a life well lived.
Ranae Peterson has witnessed this rhythm of change through her impressive 55-year connection to Gustavus. Through it all, she has remained a steadfast supporter of the College and its students.