Join us on a bold fundraising campaign to ensure that Bryn Mawr and its students will always defy expectation.
Our Goal: a minimum of $250 million.
This is our moment. Demand for a Bryn Mawr education has reached historic levels, and our students remain among the most intellectually ambitious in the world.
Our faculty are consistently recognized as leading scholars and teachers, in the company of peers from the nation's top universities.
Innovative curricular and co-curricular initiatives build on our historic strengths as a premier liberal arts college, and prepare our students to address complex challenges across professional fields.
Our academic excellence is manifest, and our influence is palpable.
The thousands of remarkable women who have walked through Pembroke Arch are bound together by their intrepid spirits and curious minds.
This is who we are, and who we have always been. As Bryn Mawr continues to have an unexpected global impact for an institution of our size, we must seize this moment, our moment, to garner the resources that will propel us forward.
With your help, Bryn Mawr women will continue to transform lives, societies, and the world.
The Board of Trustees has issued The Slade Challenge! For every 200 members, the Board will contribute $50,000 to The Bryn Mawr Fund! Click here to learn more and help us meet the challenge.
Caroline Willis ’66 is deeply dedicated to her Bryn Mawr family. Her volunteer history is breathtaking and she is a consistent and generous donor. But she recently took it to a whole new level in honor of her father, Professor William H. Willis. Read more.
UPDATE! The Class of 1958 has raised $1.6 million toward its goal of $1.7 million in the three years leading up to its 60th reunion in 2018. Thanks in part to a generous challenge match from Ruth "Tulsa" Kaiser Nelson and robust outreach and gatherings organized by the 1958 Gift Committee, 50% of the class has made a three-year, dual pledge and its overall giving participation increased from 57% to 66%. This incredible commitment from Tulsa and the class has increased the value of their class scholarship from a $5000 grant to a near full-tuition scholarship.