Gonzaga News Service
“Tomorrow Made Possible” is a message most Gonzaga University students have seen across campus — it’s hard to miss. On this special day, Gonzaga tries to make students aware of how their education has been made possible, in part, through the generosity of others. This generosity was celebrated campuswide on Wednesday (April 14).
The day was designed to thank Gonzaga’s benefactors for their generosity and educate students in how philanthropy helps shrink tuition bills for so many. This was achieved through a proliferation of signage, displays scattered across campus, posters, the new interactive Tomorrow Made Possible Web page, T-shirts, videos and more.
The message: “Thank you for investing in our futures” was prominent.
Tomorrow Made Possible not only gives students the opportunity to thank Gonzaga benefactors for their contributions to their education, it allows them to actually get to know a few profiled members of the Gonzaga family.
Another aim of the campaign is to provide examples of real costs associated with running Gonzaga University – which, truth be told is like running a small city. These costs are vital to provide students with the tools they will need to succeed in school and to carry the Zag Spirit with them throughout their lives.
To learn more about how the generosity of others inspires Gonzaga’s students, please visit the Tomorrow Made Possible Web site.
Slideshow photos by Jennifer Raudebaugh