Kicking off on Wednesday and Thursday, January 26-27, the Tusculum College Senior Class Gift Campaign is looking for a little loose change, and representatives will be on hand in Niswonger Commons on both days to explain the campaign and hand out piggy banks as collection incentives. Early birds can also expect an edible incentive, as Pal’s is providing bar-b-dogs on both days to be given to the first 50 students who sign up to participate.
Look for the campaign tables from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and at 4:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. in front of the Student Affairs Office in Niswonger Commons.
Campaign Co-Chairs Marci Moore ‘11 and Nikki Taylor ‘11 are working to recruit seniors to participate in their Senior Class Gift Campaign. This year the seniors will be working toward raising funds for the refurbishing of the Tusculum entrance signs located on Shiloh Road and Gilland Street. The entrance signs which have greeted faculty, staff, alumni, students and friends of the College since 1968, has more than 40 years of exposure to the elements which has taken its toll on the signs. The campaign will strive to raise funds to update the lettering and give the sign a modern appearance.
The 2011 Senior Class Gift Campaign is also an introduction to a new way for students to participate in the senior gift. Thanks to GreenBank, all participating seniors will receive a piggy bank in which to collect donations for the campaign. This will be followed by four Piggy Round-Ups were the seniors can come and empty their piggies to help meet their goal.
For questions or comments please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 423-636-7303 or email Cody Greene ‘08 at firstname.lastname@example.org.