Senior Class Legacy

A tradition of giving back.

Each year, a new class of Holy Family University students departs campus empowered to make a difference in this world. During their final year at Holy Family, seniors join together in raising funds and organizing events to demonstrate their spirit, unity, and generosity.

The Senior Class Legacy Campaign began with the Class of 2009, which raised funds to memoralize a beloved faculty member. Recent Senior Class gifts have included the Class of 2013's support of the renovation and expansion of the Campus Chapel, the Class of 2015's donation of 25 Adirondack chairs, the Class of 2017's donation of picnic tables and umbrellas, the Class of 2018's donation of charging stations, and the Class of 2019's support to purchase a new pool table in the Campus Center.

The purpose of the Senior Class Legacy Campaign is to:

  • Celebrate the Senior Class and build community through service
  • Encourage the Senior Class to give back to the campus community
  • Instill a tradition of service and philanthropy to alma mater, just as generations of alumni have done before them

Led by a volunteer committee, seniors are asked to show their pride in Holy Family University by making a gift to the Senior Class Legacy Campaign. Student donors are invited to a Pinning Ceremony and Reception in April, where they will be recognized for their participation and receive an exclusive Senior Class Legacy Pin from the University President.

For more information on supporting the Senior Class Legacy Campaign, please contact Sister Maria Annette Mallen, CSFN, '88, Development Assistant, at 267-341-5014 or mmallen@holyfamily.edu.

Class of 2020 Senior Class Legacy Committee

Chair
Daina Simola

Members
Marisa Beauchemin
Melissa Cahill
Schuyler Ellerbee
Latify Hinawy
Michael Joyce
Sarah Maloy
Sarah Montgomery
Alexander Nolter
Alexa Zapczynski

University Representatives
Sister Maria Annette Mallen, CSFN, ’88, Development Assistant
Marianne Price, Interim Dean of Students & Title IX Coordinator
Jonathan Rosen, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice