Thank you for your continued support of Lewis & Clark!
Many retired and emeriti faculty and long-serving staff have established funds (or someone has established a fund in their honor) to support students.
John Bates, Life Trustee; former profess of Business and Life Trustee, 8 years of service - John and Susan Bates Family Endowed Scholarship for Business Law.
Greg Caldwell, former director of International Students and Scholars, 35 years of service - Greg Caldwell Scholarship Fund for International Students.
Donald Balmer, professor emeritus of Political Science, 50 years of service - Donald G. Balmer Scholarship.
Dinah Dodds, professor emerita of German, 36 years of service - Dinah Dodds Endowment for International Studies.
Greg Fredricks, professor emeritus of Mathematics, 24 years of service - Christine Fredricks Smith Memorial Scholarship.
Lloyd Hulse, professor emeritus of Spanish, 27 years of service, and Ana Maria Hulse, former language lab coordinator - Lloyd K. and Ana Maria Hulse Scholarship
Steven Hunt, professor emeritus of Communication and forensics coach, 37 years of service - Pioneer Forensics Endowment Fund.
Roger Nelsen, professor emeritus of Mathematics, 40 years of service - Mathematics Alumni Scholarship Fund.
Edgar Reynolds, professor emeritus of Theatre, 15 years of service - Leon Pike/Edgar Reynolds Scholarship Fund.
Jean Ward, professor emerita of Communication, 42 years of service - Jean M. Ward Scholarship.
Faculty-inspired and supported funds
Romeo Dallaire Scholarship - established in 2005 to provide full tuition, books, and living expenses for qualified sub-Saharan African students wishing to study the English language at Lewis & Clark College for one academic year.
History Library Endowment Fund, assisting the Department of History in the acquisition of vital books for the department.
Eldon Fix Track & Field Maintenance Fund
Fred Wilson Endowment