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    Ways to Give

    Your Gift Supports the Ursuline College Mission

    Like most independent colleges, Ursuline relies heavily on tuition and fees for revenue. Yet, tuition and fees alone are not sufficient to cover the costs of an Ursuline College education. We therefore depend on the generosity and confidence of alumnae, friends, corporate donors and foundations to make the gifts that make the difference.

    Ursuline college students graduation day with parents

    There are many ways to support Ursuline – online, through the mail, or by phone. You may choose to give to the Annual Fund, to the College Endowment, or to a specific endowed scholarship fund. You may wish to make a gift in honor or in memory of a loved one, student, or faculty member. We are also happy to work with you to transfer stock to the College or to create a bequest.

    Donate Online

    Want to make a difference immediately? Use your credit card at our secure online giving site to make your gift today. 


    Donate By Mail

    Please send your check, made payable to Ursuline College, to the address below:

    Ursuline College
    Development Office
    2550 Lander Road
    Pepper Pike, OH 44124

    Donate By Phone

    Our team is happy to help you make your gift or answer your questions. Please call Lynne Redman Dewyre, Director of Alumnae Relations & Annual Fund, at 440.646.8370.

    Gifts of Stock and IRA Rollovers

    Ursuline College offers several additional ways to contribute, including gifts of stock and IRA rollovers.


    Planned Giving

    By planning a gift to Ursuline College, you support the College in transforming future generations of women and men for service, leadership, and professional excellence.



    Ursuline offers Endowed Scholarships and Annual Scholarships to enable current and future students to thrive, regardless of their financial means.


    Your gift supports our mission

    Ursuline College offers holistic education that transforms students for service, leadership and professional excellence by providing undergraduate and graduate programs that foster lifelong learning and personal wisdom in an environment characterized by:

    • Catholic and Ursuline heritage
    • Women-centered learning
    • Values-based curricula
    • Inclusive, global perspective