Join the club

Donors who support the College’s Fitts-Woolard Hall* project receive recognition and exclusive benefits as part of their important gift. To learn more about how you can support Fitts-Woolard Hall and about membership in these groups, contact Griffin Lamb, assistant dean for development and college relations with the NC State Engineering Foundation, at grlamb@ncsu.edu or 919.515.7458.

Cornerstone Society

For gifts beginning at $100,000

As a member of this exclusive society, you will have your name permanently associated with the space of your choosing, and your gift will be recognized in a central location in Fitts-Woolard Hall along with a special recognition biography and photo. In addition, as a Cornerstone Society member, you will receive regular insider updates on the construction and information on the research and education that Fitts-Woolard Hall will house and will be invited to exclusive events, including the groundbreaking ceremony, hard hat tours of the space and the dedication of the new building.

Dean’s Oval Club

For gifts of $50,000 to $100,000

Your gift gives you the honor of membership in this exclusive group of visionaries. As a member of the Dean’s Oval Club, you will receive permanent recognition with a donor profile in a central location in Fitts-Woolard Hall and regular insider updates about the progress of the construction and information about the education and research that will be conducted in the classrooms and labs. Club members are also invited to exclusive events, including the groundbreaking ceremony, hard hat tours of the space and the dedication of the new building

Dean’s Young Alumni Oval Club

For gifts of $25,000 over five years by young alumni up to 15 years after graduation

Young alumni who are members of the Dean’s Young Alumni Oval Club will receive permanent recognition with a donor profile in a central location in Fitts-Woolard Hall and regular insider updates about the progress of the construction. Members also receive insider information about the education and research that will be conducted in the classrooms and labs. Club members will be invited to exclusive events, including the groundbreaking ceremony, hard hat tours of the space and the dedication of the new building.*

[Editor’s Note:  The Engineering Building Oval (EB Oval) was renamed Fitts-Woolard Hall on April 20, 2018, at the groundbreaking ceremony.]


Return to contents or download the Spring/Summer 2018 NC State Engineering magazine (PDF, 3MB) along with the insert about Fitts-Woolard Hall (PDF, 479KB).

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