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The SCUP Fund

The SCUP Fund supports research and initiatives that drive innovative ideas and enterprising solutions for higher education viability and vitality.

To contribute online: You will be asked to log in or create an account after clicking on the contribute button. Once logged in, click on the “donate” button to make your contribution. Thank you!

To contribute by phone: Call Kathy Benton at 734.669.3271. Thank you!

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Planning. For the Future.

The future of planning relies on the strength of ideas and the passion of individuals. Your gift to The SCUP Fund supports research and initiatives that drive innovative ideas and enterprising solutions for higher education viability and vitality.

SCUP Fellows Program

We believe in helping those with a passion for university and college planning. Each year, we select two higher education leaders who have an innovative research idea that addresses a higher education planning challenge to become SCUP Fellows. Your contributions to the SCUP Fund are creating opportunities for the planning leaders of tomorrow.

Ideas

Through the SCUP Fund, we help develop innovative programs and help fuel cutting-edge research. This can accelerate integrated planning methodology, knowledge sharing, and progress.

SCUP’s Philanthropic Arm

SCUP’s Advancement Committee provides oversight to the SCUP Fund. Their development and fundraising efforts help higher education leaders unleash innovative and enterprising solutions. Every gift matters. Members of SCUP’s Advancement Committee thank you for your contribution in any amount.

Lifetime Giving

Legacy – $10,000+

  • Robert and Priscilla Joy

Cumulative Gifts of $5,000+

  • John Ruffo, WRNS Studio
  • Michael H. Hites
  • Daniel R. Kenney, Page
  • David L. McIntyre, VHB
  • Ken N. Higa, The Beck Group

Our Growing List of 2019 Contributors (January 1 – December 30, 2019)

 Sustainers (Groups or individuals who have pledged $1,000 a year for four years)

  • Mackey Mitchell Architects, In Memory Of Eugene J. Mackey III, FAIA

Futurists (Annual Contribution $1,000+)

  • Michael H. Hites
  • John Ruffo, WRNS Studio
  • Ken N. Higa, The Beck Group
  • Tim M. Stevens, Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Benefactors (Annual Contribution $500-$999)

  • Danuta Nitecki, Drexel University
  • Larry Gleason, Cost, Planning & Management International, Inc
  • Elizabeth Tutelman, Temple University
  • Kathy Benton, Society for College and University Planning

Innovators (Annual Contribution $250-$499)

  • Adam Wyatt, Florida Atlantic University
  • Chuck Thompson, The Claremont Colleges Services
  • Michael Moss, Society for College and University Planning
  • Margaret Plympton, Odgers Berndtson
  • Paul Dale, Paradise Valley Community College
  • JoEllen Baldwin, Comprehensive Facilities Planning, Inc
  • John Fogarty
  • Joseph Humphrey in recognition of UNC Charlotte
  • Kimberly Hickson, Perkins+Will
  • KSi Structural Engineers
  • Perkins & Will
  • OFS
  • Uzun+Case, LLC
  • David Alder
  • Joseph Chronister

Enterprisers (Annual Contribution $100-$249)

  • Robert Nalls, Nalls Architecture, Inc.
  • Joan Racki
  • Hannah Stewart-Gambino, Lafayette College
  • Paul Pusecker, St Mary’s College of Maryland
  • Carol Duke
  • Greg Sanders
  • John Kilmarx
  • John O. White
  • Karen Verhey | Society for College and University Planning
  • Page Southerland Page, Inc.
  • RMF Engineering, Inc.
  • Corgan
  • Kathryn Horne, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Amy Granelli, Eberly & Associates
  • Lily Berrios
  • Todd Dolson
  • Norma Lehman
  • Trina Mace Learned
  • Charles Rudalavage
  • Randy Simon
  • Jennifer Stone
  • Paul Vaivoda
  • Greg Wellman
  • Mickey Williford
  • Diane S. Stephens
  • David Hollowell
  • Trish Jaraicie, Society for College and University Planning
  • Mickey Williford, Augusta University
  • Randy M. Simon

Opportunity Builders (Annual Contribution Up to $99)

  • Kurt Young Binter, Marquette University
  • Jillian Kavanagh, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University
  • Richard Straka, Minnesota State University-Mankato
  • Julie Morrison, Washtenaw Community College
  • Martha Marotta, Society for College and University Planning
  • Ivan Banks
  • R. Dale Harvey
  • Burcin Moehring
  • Ina Bachmann
  • Brad Lang
  • Jason Smith
  • Michelle Santoro
  • Lynne Crosby
  • Ludmilla Pavlova-Gillham
  • Susan Allen
  • Larry Goldstein, Campus Strategies, LLC
  • Christa Slejko
  • Christopher McCord
  • Carly Peltz
  • Rebecca Ross
  • Donia Schauble
  • Jessica Donovan
  • Paul Marshall
  • Josh Humbel
  • Sharon Crawford
  • Brittany Cipollone