Class of 2018 Gift - Help leave a legacy!

What will I support?

The class of 2018 is contributing to the development of a pergola outdoor study area with table located west of the EEP building.  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 gift 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 gift 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: $20.18 - $99.99
    Donation goes to the pergola project.
  • Gold: $100 - $199.99
    At least $50 to the pergola project; additional contribution may be directed to the pergola project or up to two SD Mines organizations of your choice.
  • Platinum: $200.00+

    At least $100 to the pergola project; additional contribution may be directed to the pergola 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/senior-gift


    Location for the pergola project:

    Pergola Location New

    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:
    Grove of Trees

    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

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