Letters of gratitude

Letters of gratitude

“Knowing that there are people who believe in me enough to invest in my dream encourages me to unlock my potential, be ever better, and always pay it forward.”
Ian Manzi ’18

University of Rochester students are making our world ever better. They are tomorrow’s musicians, educators, physicians, entrepreneurs, and leaders. Scholarships make it possible for us to attract the outstanding scholars that shape our diverse learning community, and ensure that every qualified student can afford to attend the University, regardless of their financial circumstances.

Unlock potential
Your generosity can give more incredible students the freedom to pursue their education—and launch their careers—unencumbered by debt. To learn about how you can create an endowed scholarship, contact Stephen A. Dare, senior associate vice president for University Advancement, at (585) 275-7530.

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