More than 23,000 people, businesses and foundations donated to the campaign, which ended Sept. 30. It was the largest campaign in the university’s history.
Since 2015, when the campaign began, USA and USA Health have completed funding for 11 capital building projects, including Hancock Whitney Stadium and the Health Simulation Building.
“We have not only increased the ability to serve more people through the addition of new facilities,” USA President Tony Waldrop said in a prepared statement. “The campaign has elevated every aspect of the university by opening doors for students, advancing groundbreaking research and enhancing life-saving treatments for the people of the Gulf Coast region.”
Through the Upward & Onward Campaign:
- More than $35 million was raised for scholarships.
- More than 6,350 current and retired USA employees donated $7.7 million.
- Nearly 15,300 people gave to the university for the first time.