A groundbreaking for the Bert Lain Tennis Center will be held on Wednesday, December 2, 2015.
Salem Academy and College has received a gift of $1.5 million from the Reynolds American Foundation to help fund the Women in Science and Mathematics initiative, one of Salem’s highest priorities in its Women of Purpose campaign.
A message from Board of Trustees Chair Stephen G. Jennings reveals the naming of the new Tennis Center.
A grant of $200,000 from Wells Fargo will provide scholarships for twenty Salem College students over the next two years.
A grant from the Cobb Foundation will fund a state-of-the-art laboratory for the study of psychology.
A gift of $1 million will name the biology and environmental studies wing in the new sciences/mathematics building in honor of esteemed college alumna and trustee Lucy Rose C'76.
The Women of Purpose Campaign will support Salem students in their journey to become confident, capable, and principled women of purpose.
In a letter to the Salem community, Dr. Sterritt announced a $1 million gift to name a wing of the new sciences and mathematics building.
Salem Academy and College, the oldest continuously operating women’s educational institution in the country, will officially launch a $60 million campaign at an event in February 2015.