Leadership Giving

Investing in Tomorrow

In June 2013, AT&T contributed $25,000 to provide financial assistance for students from migrant farmworker families who enroll in the university’s College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP). Since 1981, AT&T has contributed more than $450,000 to the university through grants and employee matching gifts, extending to the Hilltop its philanthropic investment in the next generation of leaders. 

Corporate Matchmakers

Corporations that provide gift matching through their employees are vital. Over the past 3 years, 60 corporations have provided matching gifts totaling nearly $250,000.

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Leadership Giving
Joe DeMedeiros


Foundation Giving
Carol Januszeski


Gift Planning
Tony Weber


President's Associates and The St. Edward's Fund
Anne Westdyke


Corporate Giving
Mike Murphy



A Valued Partner

Since 1991, University Federal Credit Union has contributed more than $2 million to St. Edward’s to fund scholarships, events, programs and capital priorities. UFCU provides banking and financial services, student internships and personal finance education for the university community.

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Corporate and Matching Giving

Though St. Edward's University has grown in both stature and size over the last decade, our bottom line hasn't changed: We transform lives. Through innovative partnerships with the university, your business can, too.

Corporate giving to St. Edward's is an investment in an educated and ethical workforce that is ready to respond to the opportunities and challenges of today's global marketplace. Through our partnerships with businesses, and their vital role in creating learning opportunities at St. Edward's, our graduates enter the workforce with the knowledge, skills and passion to solve problems. They initiate positive change in their community and across the world. Your company can be an agent of such change, too. Here's how.

Signature Internships

Of particular benefit to our students are the St. Edward's University Signature Internships. Created in 2010, and modeled on our successful decade-long partnership with the H-E-B Community Internship Program, St. Edward's University Signature Internships have a dual impact:

  • Providing a financial-aid eligible student with a paid career-building internship at a nonprofit organization
  • Strengthening the capacity of a local nonprofit through the work of a skilled intern who is well-equipped to help achieve organizational goals

A gift of $1,250 creates a semester-long, 100-hour internship for an organization such as Austin Children’s Shelter, Capital Area Food Bank, Caritas or Lifeworks.

Corporate Sponsorships

Sponsorships help underwrite many ongoing university initiatives, such as student art exhibits, productions at the Mary Moody Northen Theatre, seminars and conferences, athletic events and alumni chapter activities. St. Edward's University works with each sponsor to ensure that the sponsorship package positions the corporation appropriately to its key market segments.

Corporate Matching Gifts

St. Edward's is grateful to companies that provide financial support through employee matching gift programs that extend charitable contributions made by their employees (and sometimes spouses and retirees). Corporate matching gifts leverage employee giving to support nearly every area of the university, including endowment, scholarships and research, teaching tools and equipment, and capital improvements. Please ask your employer if your gift to St. Edward's qualifies for a corporate match.

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