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Successful Fund Raising is a compilation of essays by university presidents and chief advancement officers who share their fundraising successes and demonstrate the importance of a team effort among the campus chief executive officer, the trustees, and the senior staff officer in charge of the advancement program. The authors discuss how the advancement function is integrated into an institution's ongoing planning process, as well as the respective roles and responsibilities of key players in this process. The contributing authors also share specific information about their advancement programs, including their goals, strategies, and tactics. The successful programs covered in this book will serve as valuable models for institutions that are developing and refining their own funding activities.
Part 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Successful Fund Raising at a Large Private Research University: Cornell University Chapter 3 Successful Fund Raising at a Large Public Research University: The University of Michigan Chapter 4 Successful Fund Raising at a Large Public Research University with a Foundation: The University of California, Los Angeles Chapter 5 Successful Fund Raising at a Medium-Sized Public University with a Foundation: Rowan University Chapter 6 Successful Fund Raising at a Small Private Liberal Arts College: Pomona College Chapter 7 Successful Fund Raising at a Two-Year Community College with a Foundation: Northampton County Area Community College Chapter 8 Successful Fund Raising at a Women's College: Bryn Mawr College Chapter 9 Successful Fund Raising at a University Serving Hispanics: The University of Texas-Pan American Chapter 10 Successful Fund Raising at a Religious-Based College: Saint Anselm College Chapter 11 Successful Fund Raising at a Historically Black University: Hampton University Chapter 12 Successful Fund Raising at an Independent School: Deerfield Academy