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Our most loyal donors

Thank you to all of our donors who have made contributions to our University. Husson has seven Giving Societies to recognize donors at different levels.

Giving Society donors receive exclusive benefits including personalized communications from the University, invitations to Presidential Level events like the annual Because of You recognition dinner, a commemorative pin that you can wear with pride and more.


Learn more about Giving Societies.

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Giving Societies by the Numbers

Cumulative Giving

  • 2008 Society ($1,000,000+) - 10 donors
  • 1968 Society ($500,000+) - 6 donors
  • 1898 Society ($100,000+) - 41 donors

Annual Giving

Represents giving within the fiscal year (July 1 to June 30)

  • President's Council ($1,000+) - 134 donors
  • Bell Tower Society (10+ years consecutive giving) - 90 donors
  • College Circle Society (5+ years consecutive giving) - 144 donors

Planned Giving

Chesley H. Husson, Sr. Society - 59 members

Members of the Chesley H. Husson, Sr. Society have demonstrated a commitment to the University by making a planned gift, helping to ensure that Husson will continue to have the resources to shape future generations of leaders. Planned gifts are among the most generous gifts and are established through a donor's will or estate plan. Stocks and bonds, real estate, retirement assets, cash and insurance are all types of planned gifts that help strengthen the University's financial future.


Gifts from donors in our giving societies allow Husson to:

  • Add new and improve existing programs while keeping tuition costs low
  • Engage the student body through on-campus events/activities and student clubs/organizations that provide the opportunity for students to collaborate outside of the classroom and encourage personal development through the exploration of interests
  • Plan for and fund the expansion of campus facilities as our projected student count continues to grow
  • Have confidence in the University's longevity and retain our reputation as one of the top private schools in New England