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The Campaign leaves behind many tangible components:
The Brother John G. Driscoll Professorship in Jewish-Catholic Studies is the College's first endowed professorship..
Cornelia Hall has been renovated to support and consolidate all the College's science facilities. This new space provides a centralized home for the science departments and the infrastructure needed to conduct meaningful research.
The refurbishing of the gymnasium within the Athletics Center provides Iona's teams with an up-to-date facility and the College's fans with a more aesthetically pleasing and comfortable sports experience.
The new Arts Center allows Iona to enrich and enlarge its curricular and co-curricular offerings in dance, music, and the visual arts.
A new main entrance, symbolic of the internal reinvigoration and growth of Iona, welcomes students and visitors alike to campus.
While Capital Campaign gifts are critical to finance major projects such as new buildings and scholarships, Annual fund operations underwrite Iona's day-to-day operations. The Annual fund seeks unrestricted, current-use gifts to off-set the College's expenses not covered by tuition. This support is essential for a tuition-dependent institution. Donations for library books, academic programs, faculty development and athletic programs may seem less glamorous, but the need is critical.
The Annual Fund is an ongoing fund raising effort that is meant to dispense the contributions it receives during that fiscal year to support the College's operating budget. Capital campaigns are limited in purpose, scope, and duration. Contributions to the Annual Fund have immediate effect in the year they are made; donations to the Campaign will have a long-term impact on the College.