Gifts of all sizes are welcomed and appreciated. You can participate at a level that is comfortable for you. Each gift, regardless of size, strengthens the College’s participation rate and demonstrates a vote of confidence in the educational opportunities Saint Vincent College Provides
If you wish to make a gift online, please click on the following link https://ssl.charityweb.net/stvincent/.
Thank you for your continued support of Saint Vincent College!
For assistance, please contact the Annual Fund Office at 724-805-2949.
Saint Vincent College is proud to provide financial aid to our students.
Endowed funds at Saint Vincent College can be established with gifts totaling $25,000 or more. The time period for completing a pledge for an endowed scholarship is generally five years from the inception date. Upon establishment, the endowment will be managed in accordance to the College's endowment spending and management policy, as determined by the College Board of Directors. Please read our frequently asked questions for answers to any other questions you may have.
If you are interested in establishing an endowed fund at Saint Vincent College, please contact the Annual Fund Office.
Giving has long been a tradition at Saint Vincent College. Every member of our campus community has, in one way or another, benefited from the generosity of others. Planned gifts offer an opportunity to extend your benevolence beyond your lifetime by making a commitment to the future of SVC.
Including Saint Vincent in your long-term financial or estate plan is a big decision that results in a lasting impact on the people and places important to you. Such gifts are unique: just like the passion, spirit and creativity of those inspired to give. Whether through endowing scholarship for future students or supporting a favored area of interest, planned gifts provide essential support to Saint Vincent while at the same time helping you achieve your own personal and financial goals. Read more.
We are making dramatic changes at Saint Vincent College to enhance our athletic programs!
Everyone has their favorite SVC sport and you can be assured that your favorite will have continued success through your support. Your generous gift will provide the means for our athletic programs to reach the highest level of success. The athletic and academic achievements have been outstanding and we are proud of our student-athletes. Saint Vincent Bearcats have been at many championships and, have received Academic All-American and Athletic All-America honors. The athletic program relies on private gifts to support the needs of the college and to attract academically talented athletes. Your support now will give them the feeling of pride which is the key ingredient needed to make them all champions. You have the ability to strengthen our athletic reputation by making a generous contribution now. Support the teams of your choice or the general athletic fund. Your generosity will be greatly appreciated, thank you!
Your contributions support athletics at Saint Vincent College. At Saint Vincent College, most students participate in intercollegiate, intramural and recreational programs that are integral aspects of college life. The extensive athletic facilities on the campus provide students with an excellent opportunity for sports activity.
Saint Vincent College believes that physical activity is essential for a well-rounded education. With 20 varsity sports and over a dozen club and intramural sports, Saint Vincent College gives student athletes an opportunity to continue their athletic careers while receiving a top-notch education. America’s first Benedictine college boasts some of the finest athletic facilities in the region, contributing to the student’s athletic experience and to the beauty of the pristine campus.
Bearcat teams win, too. Over the past five years, each and every varsity team has appeared in conference playoffs, with both men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, women’s swimming, and men’s ice hockey all advancing to nationals. In addition, many Saint Vincent student-athletes have been honored nationally for their academic successes.
Please click HERE to donate to the general athletic fund or a specific sport.
To donate via the U.S. Postal Service please send a check to the following address and note which sport you would like to support or if you would like your donation to go into the general fund.
Thank you for your generosity!
Eulalia Books is a publisher of poetry in translation affiliated with the undergraduate Literary Translation minor at Saint Vincent College, staffed in part by faculty and students. Eulalia is inspired by the Benedictine tradition of valuing community, humility, and love.
The dedicated and loyal employees – Faculty, Administrators, and Staff -- of Saint Vincent College give much of themselves every day to the healthy and productive operation of the College in service to students. In addition, their financial contributions are a visible indication of their belief in the mission and their support for the future of the College.
The GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Group is a SVC young alumni network that works to connect young alumni during their first years following graduation from SVC. The GOLD Standard is a program to encourage GOLD members to give at least $20.00 per year for each year since graduation.
A Tribute to Saint Vincent Preparatory School offers Sponsorship and Naming Opportunities to remember and honor the former headmasters, coaches, and Prepsters.
The Heritage Society recognizes leadership donors and acknowledges the important role they share in the success of Saint Vincent College.
Watch your mail for special communications from Saint Vincent College.
The SVC Parent's Fund represents annual gifts received from parents of undergraduates and alumni. Contributions to the Parent's Fund help make possible the outstanding opportunities that are part of your child's educational experience.
Our mission is to increase Annual Giving participation among alumni, parents, and friends, while also establishing ties with those who are not able to come back to campus.
The Senior Class Legacy is an annual campaign to encourage participation and build a tradition of philanthropy for students and alumni.
Friends of fallen State Trooper Michael P. Stewart III from Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp have created a scholarship fund in his memory at Saint Vincent College. The scholarship will support Saint Vincent College Students who are graduates of Greater Latrobe High School.
Stewart, a native of Latrobe, 2008 graduate of Greater Latrobe Senior High School and a member of Sacred Heart Parish, had worked for nine years as camp staff for the Pittsburgh Steelers during their annual summer training camps at Saint Vincent. He died on July 14 in an automobile accident while on duty.
Trooper Stewart, a young man who died in the line of duty, proudly worked at Pittsburgh Steelers summer training camp. In honor of his dedication to Saint Vincent, the Pittsburgh Steelers and his Latrobe community, this scholarship has been created in his memory. He was a lifelong sports fan who played baseball with the American Legion and enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors. He is the son of Michael P. and Lynn A. Stewart of Latrobe.
Those interested in making a contribution to the fund may click here or contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 724-805-2949 or email email@example.com. Checks may be mailed to Saint Vincent College, 300 Fraser Purchase Road, Latrobe, PA 15650-2690.