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Gifts and Giving at Louisiana College
At Louisiana College, every gift and every giver matter. Every gift helps enhance quality academics in a Christian environment. The Honor Roll of Investors is reported each Spring for gifts received in the previous calendar year. Giving opportunities exist for every level of gift. View the LC Gift Levels.
LC Annual Fund
Gifts to the annual fund are unrestricted and help bridge the gap between the tuition students pay and the actual operating costs of the College, including student scholarships and the cost of instructional materials. Make a donation to Louisiana College.
Students make phone calls to alumni at various times during the year and solicit unrestricted gifts for the LC Annual Fund.
Donors wishing to honor a named individual or group can begin an endowed scholarship. Endowed scholarships benefit LC by providing stable and predictable income for student scholarships. Read more about scholarships.
Common forms of "planned gifts" include gifts to LC through a Bequest in a Will, a Charitable Remainder Trust, a Wealth Replacement Trust, a Charitable Lead Trust, or a Charitable Gift Annuity that pays a person income during their lifetime. Learn more about these methods of giving.
Memorial gifts are often made to LC following the death of a friend or loved one. Memorial gifts can be restricted to a particular project or scholarship or can be unrestricted. Make a donation to Louisiana College.
Endowment funds can be established to fund a variety of needs. Examples include academic programs, professorships, student programs, building operation, technology, landscaping, or library materials. Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement to discuss opportunities for endowment gifts.