pride. purpose. promise.
The pride. purpose. promise campaign was launched with a vision.
To enable the transformative changes we must embrace to continue our tradition of service and excellence in education.
140-year history of educational excellence represented by over 70,000 alumni.
Leadership in serving the knowledge needs of our communities.
Commitment to continually improving the UW Oshkosh experience for current and future generations.
It supported four strategic priorities:
- a state-of-the-art academic center
- expanded faculty/student learning collaborations
- increased scholarship aid
- funding for areas of greatest need
The more-than 190,000-square-foot Sage Hall opened its doors in fall 2011, with a public dedication ceremony on Friday, Sept. 23. The building provides a contemporary home for the College of Business and numerous College of Letters and Science departments and program initiatives. It features sustainable, state-of-the-art classrooms, labs, project rooms, faculty offices and flexible space for community-based nonprofits and businesses to convene workshops and conferences. University-wide, Sage Hall relieves crowding and provides opportunities for future renovations to update facilities for the Colleges of Nursing and Education and Human Services.
UWO Surpasses Capital Campaign Goal Ahead of Schedule
The Foundation surpassed the $20-million comprehensive pride.purpose.promise. capital campaign goal ahead of schedule, completing the University's first-ever campaign for capital improvements, expansion of high impact student and faculty collaborative learning programs and financial scholarships.
The campaign, launched in 2006, targeted a $20 million goal over five years. With the support of more than 14,000 donors, the campaign eclipsed $21 million in just four and a half years. Originally, the UW Oshkosh Foundation targeted a $24 million goal, but a reduction in State-required matching funds for one element of the campaign – UW Oshkosh's first new academic building in 40 years — lowered it to $20 million.
(from UW Oshkosh Today)
- Gov. Doyle, Major Donors to Gather For Groundbreaking of New Academic Building
- UWO Surpasses Capital Campaign Goal Ahead of Schedule
- UWO Dedicates Campus' Newest Academic Building in 40 Years