As a networking organization consisting of multiple generations of black alumni and students, the McDonogh Network supports and mentors the current black student body by encouraging their academic and social progress and promotes diversity at the College.

Your support assists the McDonogh Network in achieving the key areas of its important mission:

(1) to engage multiple generations of black alumni and students,

(2) to enrich and inform constituents through communications, events, and activities that promote their interests on campus and in the community at large, and

(3) to support black students through mentoring and other initiatives that foster academic and social progress.

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The McDonogh Network Fund:

As a networking organization consisting of multiple generations of black alumni and students, the McDonogh Network supports and mentors the current black student body by encouraging their academic and social progress and promotes diversity at the College.

In support of this effort, the McDonogh Network Fund provides annual support for programs that allow alumni to connect with students. Activities supported by the fund include alumni and student networking nights, alumni speakers, and more. Programs are designed to allow current students to hear from and engage with alumni professionals from within and outside of the network.
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The David and Washington McDonogh Scholarship

The David and Washington McDonogh Scholarship Fund was established in 2003 through a bequest from the late Edward M. Phillips ’58. Phillips earned his bachelor’s degree from Lafayette in chemical engineering. It was Phillips’ request that minority students with demonstrated need be eligible for the scholarship named after David and Washington McDonogh.