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Be A Part Of TFAS History

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TFAS has entered a new chapter in its history. We have recently opened our new Center for Teaching Freedom and launched the Building Future Leaders campaign.

Now alumni have the chance to be a permanent part of TFAS history by putting their names on bricks at the entrance to the new building. All alumni who contribute $350 or more will have their name engraved on a brick. The gift can be paid in installments through automated bank transfers or credit card payments.

Join alumni like Richard Oakley (E 84), Maureen Suda (B 90), Stan Jones (E 73), Michael Kelley (CS 03), Rodney Hughes (E 04, I 05), Ahed Hamarsha (I 06),Kathleen McDonald (B 90) and Alissa (J 00, I 02), Blake (B 02, A 04) and Kelsey Swango (B 09) and others who have recently supported our brick campaign!

Your support of this campaign will help us:

– retain and recruit exceptional faculty
– expand our scholarship pool
– create innovative new programs for students and alumni
– and build state-of-the-art facilities for teaching learning and student life.

CLICK HERE to make your gift today!

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