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Athletic Hall of Fame Luncheon 2018 (L- R) First Gentleman Dr. James Hammond, President Cynthia Jackson-Hammond, Mr. Earvin Johnson, Mrs. Cookie Johnson, Mr. Tom Joyner and Vice President Jahan Culbreath, CSU Institutional Advancement.


Institutional Advancement


Te United Housing Solutions construction of a new wellness center ($2M) will be integrated into the new 250-bed residence hall. Te center will house the new Exercise Science academic program and also enhance student wellness/recreation.


SodexoMAGIC’s contribution of $1.3M will support upgrades to the McPherson Memorial Stadium.


Donation/Pledge from Earvin “Magic” Johnson for $1M was presented to President Jackson-Hammond at the University’s annual Athletic Hall of Fame Luncheon in 2018. Mr. Johnson’s relationship with CSU began in 2015 with the CSU Believers Campaign of which he serves as the honorary chair. His gift will be used to further support campus initiatives.


Te Alumni Campaign “Give Your Year” contributions are continuing to increase as more first time contributors are accepting the challenge to financially support their Alma Mater. Te projected three-year total ending this fiscal year is $250,000.


Office of Alumni Relations


“Give Your Year” Campaign FY16-FY19


Office of Alumni Relations "Give Your Year" Campaign FY16 –FY19


$50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000


0 2016 CUMULATIVE 2017 FISCAL YEAR 2018


2019 through April 15, 2019


$243,500 $216,764 $188,593 $100,110


CP6


24


REVENUE


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