Suffolk is honored by the extraordinary commitment of our leadership donor groups—dedicated supporters who recognize that the University’s strength lies in a century-long tradition of giving back. Gifts to the University at certain levels or through specific means qualify a contributor for membership in these giving societies:
Alumni and friends who contribute $1,000 or more to any fund in a given fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) are designated as members of Summa.
Within Summa, the following membership levels are acknowledged:
||Gifts totaling $25,000 or more annually
For more information on becoming a member of Summa or to find out more about leadership support for Suffolk, please contact the Advancement Office.
When a young Gleason Archer tried to repay a loan for college tuition to his benefactor—a local businessman and philanthropist named George Frost—he was rebuffed. Frost refused to take the money, saying, “If you ever have a chance to pass this favor along to others, do it for me.”
The Frost Society honors and thanks those who reach beyond their own lives to assure the gift of educational opportunity to future generations of Suffolk students. Alumni and friends qualify for membership when they honor Suffolk University in their wills and trusts, make life income agreements, or name Suffolk as an irrevocable beneficiary of life insurance policies or retirement plan assets.
To learn more about the Frost Society and how you can make a lasting difference, contact the Advancement Office.