We are Dickinson strong because of you.

It’s no secret that as Dickinson has responded to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it has been a challenging year. But thanks to the support of Dickinsonians around the world, we’ve responded to those challenges from a position of strength.

As we reach the midpoint of the academic year, learn more about the ways your gifts have made and continue to make a difference for Dickinson.


One gift of $50

One gift of $50

will provide one COVID-19 test for the spring 2021 semester.

10 gifts of $2,500

10 gifts of $2,500

will support a scholarship to help students pursue a Dickinson education.

Two gifts of $200

Two gifts of $200

will help students perform labs in biology genetics classes.

45 gifts of $25

45 gifts of $25

will help to provide a student with the technology and online access needed for remote learning.


“Thank you for helping me to pursue a Dickinson education. Dickinson has continued to offer me not only a challenging and rewarding academic curriculum, but a supportive and uplifting community.” —Freya Whittaker ’21


$2,204,990
raised for the Dickinson Fund
39.6% to goal

 

$7,316,366
Scholarship gifts & commitments
to date

 

 

$148,561
raised for the mcandrews fund for athletics

 

 

$100,111
raised for the emergency response Fund
 


Associate Professor of Biology Tiffany Frey

Associate Professor of Biology Tiffany Frey

Frey found new approaches to providing the type of hands-on analysis and exploration of genetics typically offered in the lab.

Professor of Biology Chuck Zwemer

Professor of Biology Chuck Zwemer

Zwemer built a set in one of Dickinson’s labs with cameras and monitors for students to participate in live lab activities during the fall semester.

Assistant Professor of Music James Martin

Assistant Professor of Music James Martin

Dickinson students worked with Martin to created an online program offering music education to fourth, fifth and sixth graders in Carlisle.

Professor of Theatre Sherry Harper-McCombs

Professor of Theatre Sherry Harper-McCombs

For Harper-McCombs’ Introduction to Stage Technology course, students followed lessons via video, once they received sewing machines McCombs had sent so they could learn to sew theatre costumes at home.



The challenges aren't over yet.

As we welcome students back in staggered cohorts this spring, we’ll need your help even more.

Your gifts to Dickinson will help:

  • provide additional testing
  • provide personal protective equipment
  • support additional scholarships and financial aid
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