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Giving Day 2024

  Let's Fulfill Our Potential...Together!   

Dear Louisiana Tech Community,

As our 6th annual Giving Day approaches, we invite you to join us in fulfilling the boundless potential of our institution and its students.

Every gift, no matter the size, plays a vital role in empowering our community, driving innovation, and shaping the future leaders of tomorrow. Your generosity fuels scholarships, fosters groundbreaking research, enhances campus resources, and supports initiatives that elevate the Tech experience for all.

Together, we have the power to make a lasting impact and ensure that every student has the opportunity to thrive. Join us on April 18, 2024 as we come together to invest in the bright future of Louisiana Tech University!

Here's how you can get involved:

  Make a gift: To contribute and support the areas that mean the most to you.

  Become an Ambassador: Scroll   to sign up!

  Spread the word: Share your support on social media using #LouisianaTechGivingDay and inspire others to join our cause.

  Double your impact: Explore matching gift opportunities and see how your contribution can go even further.

Let's unite in our shared mission to unleash the full potential of Louisiana Tech. Together, we can achieve greatness!

COB Young Alumni Challenge
Calling all College of Business graduates from 2007- 2024! If you graduated from the COB within the last 17 years, this challenge is for you! Gifts from 100 young alumni donors will unlock $2,500 for the Business Scholarship Fund. Your gift to support scholarships in the College of Business makes a tangible difference for students with unmet financial need, and helps the College continue to attract the most talented students from across the nation. The $2,500 match is donated by Jason D. Smith (Finance ’90, MBA ’95), president and CEO of Citizens National Bank. Smith is not only a double COB alumnus, but also a parent of two current business students Audrey and Addyson Smith. He said, “Since Audrey and Addyson enrolled in the College of Business, I have seen the same commitment to excellence in the College that I saw first-hand as a student and alum. This contribution is more than a gift—it is an investment!”
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