The Wofford Fund Allocations

On January 1, 2016, Wofford College’s Annual Fund became The Wofford Fund.

There’s a new name and a new look, but our vision remains the same… to offer support that prepares superior students for meaningful lives as citizens, leaders and scholars.

The Wofford Fund is comprised of annual gifts that support projects, programs and other priorities critical to the prosperity of Wofford College. Simply put, The Wofford Fund touches everyone and everything on campus — funding for scholarships, research and professional development opportunities, and financial support for the entire academic, student life and physical campus.

You may designate your gift to The Wofford Fund to any of the five below allocations:

> Area of Greatest Need

Demonstrate your utmost confidence in, and loyalty to, our institution by designating your gift to the Area of Greatest Need. Gifts such as these make an immediate impact, allowing the college to respond swiftly and flexibly to changing circumstances.

> Faculty & Staff Development 

Enrich the teaching and mentoring relationships that are the hallmark of the Wofford experience by creating opportunities for research, collaboration and community engagement. These gifts also help support the recruitment and retention of the best faculty and staff in their field.

> Library & Technology

Enhance the Sandor Teszler Library’s collections, materials, services and resources and help support cutting-edge educational technology centers across campus that serve the research needs of our students and faculty.

> Scholarship Support

Ensure that Wofford continues to provide a superior, transformative liberal arts education to the brightest students, regardless of their financial situation. The Wofford Fund opens doors that allow young leaders to seize opportunities and recognize their full potential.

> Student Experiences

Fund opportunities for research, internships, professional development, study abroad and so much more. Experiences such as these allow our students to explore their passions, refine their professional skills, and engage with the community and world around them.

For more information regarding The Wofford Fund, please contact Krista Redding ’11, Director of The Wofford Fund, at 864-597-4191 or