Homecoming Weekend | Saturday, October 19 | 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Courtyard by Marriott – adjacent to Campus and Seth Grove Stadium – 503 Newburg Road, Shippensburg
Hosted by the Shippensburg University Foundation
Interested in financial tips for your 30s, 40s, or 50s? This seminar is for you! Join the Shippensburg University Foundation for a free, no-obligation financial planning workshop.
Registration and complimentary breakfast begin at 8:30 AM
SESSION 1 | Retirement Straight Talk from a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER®
Presented by: Joshua L. Jenkins ’12, CFP, ChFC, CLU, RICP
Jenkins Financial, Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company
SESSION 2 | Navigating Your Estate
Presented by: Rich Reilly ’84, Attorney-At-Law
View workshop details here.
RSVP by October 11 here: tinyurl.com/SHIPALUMWORKSHOP
Thank you for your participation in our first-ever giving day – Ship Gives!
YOU, and many others in the Ship Family, MADE AN IMPACT on Ship Students and for that, we are grateful.
Here’s SHIP GIVES by the numbers!
YOUR RETIREMENT PLAN BUILT TO LAST
Friday, May 31, 2019
8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Conference Center at Shippensburg University
John E. Clinton Building
500 Newburg Road, Shippensburg, PA
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Linda Duessel, CFA, CPA, and CFP – Senior Equity Strategist/Senior Vice President at Federated Securities Corporation will be our keynote speaker. Ms. Duessel will cover a broad range of economic forecasts in her keynote session titled, Economic Update. She has been a regular contributor to CNBC’s “Closing Bell” and other programs. In addition, she has appeared on Fox News “Your World With Neil Cavuto” and Bloomberg Television. Linda has also been extensively quoted by Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s and has been featured in the annual roundtables for USA Today and Smart Money Magazine.
Additional sessions during the day include:
- The Power (tools) of Intent – Spend, Divide, Preserve and Grow
- Building Your Retirement Home – An Educational Approach to Constructing Your Future
- The Health Insurance Blueprint for Retirement
- Laying The Foundation for the Future
- Securing Your Legacy Brick-by-Brick with Estate Planning
- Ultimate Downsizing: Casket, Urn or In the Wind
Learn from some of the region’s top tax, financial, estate planning, and healthcare professionals. They will offer a powerful plan for financial success completely free of charge and with no-obligation. A complimentary continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
The SU Foundation recently published its 2017-2018 Annual Report. Take a moment to see the impact that your gifts make on current and future Shippensburg University Students. View here.
On Saturday, September 8, the Shippensburg University Foundation hosted a reception for members of three Annual Fund Gift Clubs; the Presidents Club, the Fountain Society, and the Friend of Old Main.
We said farewell to two-year National Annual Fund Co-Chairs Judy Foglesonger ’82M and Forbes Borthwick. Thanks to their leadership and the 1,328 members of these gift clubs, the Annual Fund surpassed its 2017-2018 goal, raising $2,752,870! We also welcomed Mr. David Weisgerber ’81 as the 2018-2019 National Annual Fund Chair. He announced the goal for this year as $2,800,000.
Attendees heard from President Laurie Carter who shared the many changes and successes happening at the University. Dr. Leslie Folmer Clinton, new President and CEO of the Shippensburg University Foundation, shared that the SU Foundation, thanks to our many donors, raised $6,126,691 for the benefit of students, faculty and programs at Shippensburg University.
A recent graduate and two current students shared the impact that giving to the SU Foundation had on them.
Visit the event photo gallery!
The SU Foundation is hosting a reception celebrating new SU Foundation and Board of Governor scholarship recipients. The event will be held in the Orrstown Bank Lobby of the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Thursday, September 13.
Because of generous donors who have established scholarship over the years, and because of donors who continue to give to scholarships today, the SU Foundation was able to provide over $1.6 million in scholarship and loan support to Ship students in 2017-2018.
Are you in your 30’s, 40’s or 50’s. The SU Foundation is hosting a free, informative financial planning seminar for you!
Homecoming Weekend | Saturday, October 20, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Courtyard by Marriott – 503 Newburg Road, Shippensburg PA
Sessions include: How to Define your Financial Goals and
Actually Accomplish Them and How to Take Care of Your Children and
the Aging Generation. Presentations by Ship Alum who are experts in their fields.
View Seminar Details
Register Now – Seating is Limited.
The SU Foundation’s Celebration of the Spirit of Generosity Scholarship Dinner has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 11. If you sent an RSVP for the March 20 dinner, please RSVP for the April 11 dinner as well.
The Shippensburg University Foundation will open at 10am today, April 2, 2018
The SU Foundation’s 2016-2017 Annual Report is now availabable online. Please take a moment to review the report. We’re sharing just a few of the many stories of how your gifts to SU Foundation benefit students, faculty, and programs at Shippensburg University. Thank you for your continued generousity. View the Report