Celebrate Your St. Lawrence Reunion!

Reunion is a time to return to your alma mater, renew friendships, and celebrate St. Lawrence. It can also be a time to commemorate your Laurentian experience by participating in your class gift.

Did you know that a planned gift can be part of your class gift that is announced in Gunnison Chapel on Saturday of Reunion Weekend?

Reunion giving is a St. Lawrence tradition of giving back to the place that provided a foundation for success in your lifetime. All who make a planned or estate gift can become members of the G. Atwood Manley Society. The simple act of making this type of gift has a dramatic impact and provides transformational opportunities for students through St. Lawrence Fund or endowment support for scholarships, professorships, internships and more. 

In naming St. Lawrence as the ultimate beneficiary of a planned gift, members ensure that a St. Lawrence education will be available for future generations. Such gifts might include a bequest, beneficiary recipient of IRA or life insurance and/or charitable income gifts, such as charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder unitrusts, charitable remainder annuity trusts or gifts of life insurance.

If you have included St. Lawrence in your will, estate plan, or as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement account you can easily join the Manley Society by sharing these pieces of information (* required field):

(Optional) Is this plan joint with your spouse/partner?
We would like to know if we may publicly list your name as a member of the Manley Society so that other Laurentians will be inspired by your example? Only name(s), but not the details or amount of your estate intention, would appear in our member listings
Please know that this information is kept confidential and only recorded so the University is able to receive and use your gift as you intend. By clicking submit below, this confidential information will only be sent securely to the Office of Planned Gifts.
Enter the characters shown in the image.
This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.