St. Ignatius

Giving Programs

Annual Fund

For more than three decades, the Annual Fund has been the cornerstone of SI’s financial security. The collective support of alumni, parents and friends has generated much-needed funds for some of the SI’s most critical needs: financial aid, campus maintenance and improvements, and much, much more. Learn more about the SI Annual Fund.

Scholarship Endowment

SI's Advancement Office, while raising money to improve the campus, also needs to continue expanding the Scholarship Program. Currently 22 percent of SI's students receive $4.3 million in scholarships. Please help SI continue to develop men and women with and for others by giving to the SI Scholarship Endowment Fund. Learn more about the SI Scholarship Endowment Fund.

Father Sauer Academy

The Fr. Sauer Academy is a full scholarship junior high school program that prepares young women and men from under-resourced communities to be successful at SI, in higher education, and beyond. The Academy is funded separately from SI and needs to build its own endowment for provide a sustainable revenue stream. Learn more about the Academy here.

Arrupe Fund

The complete “SI experience” includes additional out-of-pocket expenses associated with full participation in student life at the school. SI's goal is to create a $5 million Arrupe Fund to help students pay for some of the other costs associated of activities in which they would not otherwise be able to participate. Learn more about the Arrupe Fund.

New Learning Commons

SI has hired Mark Cavagnero Architects to lead our community through a process to create a conceptual design for a new complex on the north end of campus where McGucken Hall, the Commons and the chapel currently are.
Our vision is to create highly flexible space to support innovative and collaborative learning in the 21st century.
Return here for periodic updates on our progress.