Members of the Newman University Board of Trustees joined with members of the De Mattias Society May 8 for the annual De Mattias Society dinner in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.
Newman University hosted an event Friday, May 2 to recognize several donors who contributed substantial gifts to the “Bringing Back Theatre” campaign.
Approximately 100 people gathered in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on April 7 for the 2014 Scholarship Luncheon. The annual event gives scholarship recipients and their respective scholarship donors an opportunity… Continue reading Scholarship recipients, sponsors meet for luncheon April 7
Newman University Manager of Annual Fund and Prospect Research Alice Mannette sends out a big thank you to friends and alumni who answered the call during the Newman winter Phonathon.… Continue reading 2014 Newman University Phonathon a success
The effort to raise money for Fine Arts at Newman University through the ICT Art Day Of Giving (DOG) campaign on Feb. 28 proved to be a great success, with… Continue reading Art Day of Giving a success
On Feb. 28 Newman University will take part in the Wichita Art Day of Giving. This charitable giving event was created for Wichita’s nonprofit art organizations that provide education and artistic… Continue reading Share your love for Newman Fine Arts through the Wichita Art Day of Giving
Newman University nursing students Tabitha Attreau and Jared Hunsaker each received a $500 scholarship to continue their studies from Forty & Eight, an independent military veterans charitable organization. Attreau, an… Continue reading Newman University students receive Forty & Eight nursing scholarships
Tickets for the Sept. 21 Newman University “Party on the Plaza – Oktoberfest 2013” are going fast. Those interested in attending this year’s event are encouraged to purchase tickets soon… Continue reading Get tickets now for Sept. 21 Party on the Plaza – Oktoberfest
Newman University will present “Party on the Plaza – Oktoberfest 2013” as this year’s annual fundraising and social event from 4:30 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21 on Founders Plaza,… Continue reading Newman University to stage Party on the Plaza-Oktoberfest Sept. 21 to raise funds for student scholarships
Newman University nursing students Jessica Clark and Krista Norris each received a $500 scholarship to continue their studies from Forty & Eight, an independent military veterans charitable organization. Clark, a… Continue reading Newman University students receive Forty & Eight nursing scholarships
Anonymous donors recently made a gift of $75,000 to create a scholarship for students involved in Campus Ministry at Newman University, and to honor the life and work of Father… Continue reading Anonymous donors honor Father Emil Kapaun with scholarship for Newman University Campus Ministry students
Members of the Newman Society gathered for a luncheon May 31 in the Tarcisia Roths, ASC Alumni Center on the Newman University campus. During the proceedings, 28 members were recognized… Continue reading Newman Society luncheon honors donors
Andale, Kan., native Brice Albert was the featured speaker at the Newman University Scholarship Luncheon April 16 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on the Newman campus. The annual event brings… Continue reading Albert is featured speaker at Scholarship Luncheon
Two new scholarships for students seeking degrees in nursing or an allied health field will be offered at Newman University thanks to the generosity of longtime Wichita resident, businesswoman and… Continue reading Newman University to offer new Marjorie Chance scholarships in nursing, allied health
Gifts from one of the Spring 2011 honorary degree recipients will create new scholarship programs for students seeking a degree in nursing or an allied health field at Newman University.… Continue reading New nursing scholarship programs established
Newman University students may call alumni as early as Monday as part of the annual Newman Fund Phonathon.
Newman University students will take to the phones beginning Feb. 7 for the annual Newman Fund Phonathon.
Newman University’s select vocal ensemble The Troubadours has been invited for the third consecutive year to sing in New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall. To help raise the approximately $2,000… Continue reading ‘Rent-a-Troub’ to help send Newman singers to Carnegie Hall
Approximately 280 people enjoyed a steak dinner, music by the Zydeco Cajun Band The Mudbugs, street artists, and fireworks during the university’s first-ever “Party on the Plaza” held last weekend.
Davis-Moore Auto Group of Wichita has declared May “Education Month” and is staging a friendly competition to raise scholarship funds for four-year state and local universities.
Students in the “Study and Serve in Guatemala” program have launched a campaign to collect 11,000 new toothbrushes by April 1, for Guatemalan children. The campaign, called Project SONRISA, means… Continue reading Students work to collect 11,000 toothbrushes for Guatemalan children
A social and dance to benefit Haiti that was postponed from January because of winter weather will take place from 8 p.m. to midnight this Saturday, Feb. 20, in the… Continue reading Charity Night for Haiti set for this Saturday
Tonight is the last night Newman students will call alumni for the Annual Fund drive. Show your support for NU by helping students close a $1,500 gap toward their goal.
Students continue to make phone calls to alumni to reconnect, update information, and offer the opportunity to financially support their alma mater.
Newman students are continuing to make calls to alumni requesting contributions to the Newman Annual Fund. The phonathon runs through Feb. 18.
Newman students will be placing more than 3,000 calls to alumni inviting them to contribute to the Newman Annual Fund from Feb. 1 to 18. This year’s goal is to… Continue reading Annual Fund Phonathon begins Feb. 1
The annual Phonathon will take place Feb. 1-18, with current Newman students placing more than 3,000 calls to alumni inviting them to contribute to the Newman Annual Fund.
MSN Money reports on the results from the “Party on the Ponderosa,” a fund raiser for Newman students scholarships. Read the story.
The ASC sisters operate the Village of Hope orphanage for children impacted by HIV/AIDs in Tanzania. They also operate a clinic and kindergarten for children of that region.
Students spoke with President Noreen M. Carrocci about the anonymous person or persons that have been donating money to women-led universities around the country. Check out the video on YouTube.
Newman University now has an account with a search engine on the Internet called “GoodSearch.” GoodSearch.com will give a penny to Newman for every submitted search. Replace your regular search… Continue reading Search the Web and Give to Newman!