OFFICE for ADVANCEMENT
University of Mobile is committed to the ideal that it is truly possible for a small university to change the world through graduates who are outstanding in their work, have a vibrant relationship with God, and demonstrate the courage to lead.
Your gifts are vital to sustain the University of Mobile’s mission and keep the university at the forefront of higher education.
Thank you to the many alumni, parents, employees and friends of the university who give their time, talents and finances to support the University of Mobile.
By supporting the UM Fund, University of Mobile can enhance academic programs, provide financial aid and scholarships, improve technology, attract and retain faculty, and much more.
Meeting your personal charitable goals is at the heart of University of Mobile’s Charitable Estate Planning process. Through the years we have found that individuals who make thoughtful plans regarding their estate are able to accomplish their philanthropic goals as well as meet their current financial objectives. Our charitable giving professionals work closely with your legal and tax advisors to design a strategy that integrates your charitable intentions into your overall financial plan. Our unique donor-centered approach helps you meet both your personal financial plan and charitable giving objectives through creative gift planning solutions.
Some options for planned gifts include:
Life Income Gifts
Contact Tonya Gollotte at 251.442.2917 to begin the estate planning process!
Find out more about Endowed Scholarships.
Learn more about Corporate & Foundation Relations.
University of Mobile’s new Great Commission Globe project honors the late Dr. Fred Lackey, who died July 2, 2016, and his wife, Sue, of Athens, Ala. Lackey was as a pastor, University of Mobile trustee and regent, Alabama Baptist State Convention president, and leader in Southern Baptist life.
The Great Commission Globe is a granite sphere engraved with a map of the world. Water emerging from the top will cascade over the globe into a pool at the base of the fountain. The overall project includes installation of landscaping, lighting, sod and sidewalks on the front lawn of Weaver Hall, the university’s first building and a signature landmark for the institution. It will be completed in time for graduation ceremonies in May 2017, which will be held on campus for the first time in 41 years.
CONTACT OUR TEAM
Senior Director for Alumni Programs & Annual Giving