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1. Andrews Kaises lois oi money
St- Andrews Raises Lots of Money
Scholarship money, increased SAU and club funding, and buildinB
w, S®" fr”-" "Share the Vision" iimdraising campaign have
led to pte that wU miprove the eoUege in different areas. The ihoofwM^te
money to have the Veatest impact on the greatest number of students "dL
to Paul Baldasare, Vice-President for Institutional Advancement. ’
students, as weU as those already attendk^
f considered. These will include need-based and merit-based
scholarship^ A slow m the steady rise of tuition is also possible, depending on the
success of the campaign. uu me
Some money will support student activities, benefiting club funds and the
Student Activities Umon. Rachel Trautner, President of the Student Government
Association, suggested, "If GAN2A, for instance, was allotted more money then
we could get bigger and better bands to come and play."
SGA also expressed the need for renovation of the dorms. Many of them are
m poor condition. The college is considering additional renovations to buildings
like the Belk Center and P.E. Building.
When will there be substantial fiinds to finance these projects? Several
issues prevent the immediate availability of large amounts of money for these
"[The funding is] driven by what the donors are interested in," said
Baldasare. Donors are going to have to be found who will be interested in ideas
like dorm renovation. Another problem is finding alumni with substantial money to
give to St. Andrews, since the school is still fairly young, being just over forty
Things are looking good for the $25 million "Share the Vision" campaign,
which ofEciaUy started on September 24. Almost half of the money had already
been raised during an 18-month period prior to the kickoff date. Among the goals
for the campaign is $5 million for student support scholarships and programs and
another $5 million for new facilities and renovation.
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