The following funds are some of Lindenwood’s top priorities and help to power the Lindenwood experience for students, faculty and staff, and the broader community. Your support in these key areas empower us to continue to deliver on our mission.
Lindenwood Annual Fund
The Lindenwood Annual Fund is made up of gifts from thousands of supporters who want to make an immediate and direct impact on Lindenwood. Gifts to the Annual Fund allow us to be flexible and meet the needs of our community as they arise and ensure we can continue to provide an exceptional Lindenwood experience for years to come.
Lindenwood is proud to offer several scholarships for students to help make the cost of education more affordable. Through the generosity of Lindenwood supporters, 98% of Lindenwood students receive some sort of financial aid each year. Your gift the Scholarship Fund empowers our students to focus on their educational goals and aspirations, and graduate with less debt.
Lions Reserve Fund
The Lions Reserve Fund provides direct support to students during times of financial hardship. Your gift to the Lions Reserve Fund ensures that students facing setbacks are able to continue to pursue their degrees and complete their educational journey.
Lions Relief Fund
Established in response to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, the Lions Relief Fund addresses the ever-evolving needs of our community through crisis. Gifts to the Lions Relief Fund offset unforeseen and unpredictable costs necessary to ensure the safety of our community, as we continue to address this ever-changing crisis.
Established in 2020, LindenGiving is a community outreach endeavor focused on serving the most essential needs of our neighbors here in St. Charles. Each initiative under the LindenGiving program aligns with a University value: excellence, dedication, integrity, creativity, teamwork.
College Excellence Funds
Gifts to one of our College Excellence Funds support our academic leadership in addressing each College’s greatest needs that go beyond their annual operating budgets.
Student Emergency and Equity (SEE) Fund
The Student Emergency and Equity (SEE) Fund is a collaborative effort between the Lindenwood Center for Diversity and Inclusion and the Office of Advancement. This initiative provides students from historically underrepresented populations with financial assistance for significant, unforeseen, unavoidable emergencies and unexpected expenses.