Stritch graduates have, in unique and often powerful ways, been agents of transformation in the communities where they live and work.
Your support through a gift to Stritch helps nurture new faces and new opportunities for transformation. And your gift assures that we can keep a Stritch education affordable for all students who find a home here. At Stritch, nearly 85% of our students require some type of financial aid to complete their degrees, and more than 51% are the first in their family to attend college.
Giving is easy - simply click on the
ways to give link on the menu to the left to find ways you can support the University. To learn of ways you can give of your time as a volunteer, visit our
alumni volunteer opportunities.
Our beloved Chancellor, Sister Camille Kliebhan, OSF, Ph.D., celebrates her 92nd birthday on Saturday, April 4, 2015. Help us celebrate Sister Camille’s birthday.
A gift of long-term appreciated securities, either publicly traded or from a closely held company, may provide you with greater tax advantages than a gift of cash.
We can accept your
gift online using Visa, Mastercard or Discover. All transactions are secure.
Charge your gift on a Master Card or Visa and have the following information on hand:
- Name on credit card
- Credit card type
- Account number
- Expiration date
- Amount of gift
- 3-digit security code (V code on back of card)
- Your class year or other affiliation with Stritch
Mail or Fax
Download and print our Giving Form (PDF) and mail your gift or pledge to:
Cardinal Stritch University
6801 N. Yates Road #99
Milwaukee, WI 53217
Fax your pledge to Stritch at (414) 410-4199. For more information or if you have questions, contact the
Office for University Advancement at (414) 410-4939 or (800) 347-8822.
Have you included Stritch in your giving plans?
As a nonprofit organization, Stritch depends on your support just like your church, social service agencies, cultural organizations, etc. Consider making a gift by July 31, the close of our academic/fiscal year.
Have you considered
transferring stock to Stritch? Recent stock market gains make the gift of securities a great tax wise, giving strategy. Avoid capital gains and get a charitable deduction with a stock transfer.
Giving to Stritch supports student scholarships, investments in faculty and improved accessibility to a Stritch education on the main campus, online and in sites throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota.
Learn more about how Giving has impacted the Stritch community on our YouTube channel.