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Nearly 80% of Loras students relied on need-based financial aid last year.
Your gift helps 109 full-time professors and 40+ majors and minors.
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Ensure our campus stays beautiful and safe, maintaining a supportive learning and living environment.
Loras Fund helps our 70+ clubs and organizations.
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Our 23 men’s and women’s varsity teams, 560+ student-athletes, and 50+ coaches need your help to compete nationally.
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In The News
For Immediate Release March 20, 2019 MEDIA CONTACT Jimmy Naprstek Interim Director of Communications & Marketing Office: 563.588.7407 firstname.lastname@example.org Cayla Schneider Director of Annual…
For Immediate Release March 6, 2019 MEDIA CONTACT Jimmy Naprstek Interim Director of Communications & Marketing Office: 563.588.7407 email@example.com Loras College Set to…
State-of-the-Art projector comes after student-led group raised more than $80,000
Largest one-time cash gift in school’s 180-year history
Jacob Peterson (’18) Inside Sales Rep for the Colorado Rapids (Major League Soccer) Denver, Colorado Degree: Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Business Analytics…
Built in 1913, more than a century of history echoes through the halls of Keane Hall. From games of slip-and-slide in the hallways during…
Jim Murphy (’67) became interested in poetry during his college years at Loras. His appreciation for poetry began 55 years ago. As a first-year…
A regret turned into one of the best decisions Bobbi (Head) Earles (’88) ever made. Earles, executive director of alumni communications, has worked at…
DUBUQUE, Iowa – Loras College President Jim Collins announced today that the College has received a $500,000 anonymous donation to establish a charitable gift…
Straight Talk from a Duhawk
Jocelyn “JP” Awe (’16) was a strength and conditioning coach intern at the University of Minnesota, where he trained all 17 University of Minnesota Division I teams, including Olympic-level athletes, and studied under different strength coaches. JP worked to connect with people and build relationships, learning how to motivate players to continue working hard. He also volunteered to work with different coaches and teams in order to get a complete experience.
Because JP’s internship was unpaid and away from campus, it was an opportunity that came with added cost. To help relieve the financial burden, the Loras College Dr. Scholl Internship Away program awarded JP a scholarship to make his internship possible.
Loras is establishing The Gateway Internship Fund to help more students take advantage of internships.
Straight Talk from a Duhawk
"My internship really pushed me forward and I’ve grown a lot from it…becoming more well-rounded. "
Vice President for Institutional Advancement | Treasurer
563.588.7823 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua (Josh) Boots (’04)
Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement
563.588.7329 | email@example.com
Cayla M Schneider
Director of Annual Giving
563.588.7328 | cayla.Schneider@loras.edu
Senior Development Officer
563.588.7969 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Bierie (’65)
563.588.7208 | email@example.com
563.588.7240 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Advancement Services
563.588.7578 | email@example.com
Event and Stewardship Coordinator
563.588.7191 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Advancement Services Coordinator
563.588.7171 | email@example.com
Patrick Reidy (’79)
563.588.7223 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher (Chris) Steinbach
563.588.7987 | email@example.com
Valorie Woerdehoff (’82)
Director of Foundation and Government Support
563.588.7565 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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