2019 Class Project-Swing Pergola to be located across the street from Connolly Hall

Class of 2019 Project - Help leave a legacy!

What will I support?

The class of 2019 project will be constructing a swing pergola across the street from Connolly Hall.  This will be a nice location for regular use and a resting spot along a proposed all purpose trail.  Depending on the gift level, you also have an opportunity to contribute to organizations of your choice.

Why should I donate?

If you help your graduating class with this project to your soon to be alma mater, you will leave a legacy that will last for generations. Donating to this project will continue the graduating students’ tradition of giving back with a real and impactful gift. Your name will also appear on a plaque as a donor to the class project displayed on the wall of giving located in the Surbeck Center. 

How much should I donate?

Giving is easy, and there are choices for different giving levels. 

GIVING LEVELS

  • Silver: $20.19 - $99.99
    Donation goes to the swing pergola project.
  • Gold: $100 - $199.99
    At least $50 to the swing pergola project; additional contribution may be directed to the swing pergola project or up to two SD Mines organizations of your choice.
  • Platinum: $200.00+

    At least $100 to the swing pergola project; additional contribution may be directed to the swing pergola project or up to two SD Mines organizations of your choice.

    How do I donate?

    Follow this link to enter your credit card or withdrawal information:

    https://foundation.sdsmt.edu/Class-Gft


     Do you want to get involved with the Class Gift Project? We are always looking for new members and new ideas! Email the Senior-Class Student Senators to learn more! If you do not know who this is, email SA.President@mines.sdsmt.edu

    The Class Gift of 2017 is a grove of Autumn Blaze Maple trees with picnic table located at the NE corner of the McLaury building:

    Tree Grove 2019

    The Class Gift of 2016 is a retaining wall built by students on M-Hill to keep erosion from destroying the graduation plaques. It also provides a bench for hikers to rest at the top of the hill overlooking Rapid City.
    MHill

    The Class Gift of 2014-2015 is a beautification project & rock garden located on the Southeast corner of the Classroom Building.

    Rock_Garden_2019

    Also contributed was a boulder from the Hugo Mine in Keystone, SD courtesy of the Dusty Swanson family.
    Swanson Family