Tuition and fees alone do not pay the cost of educating students at HLGU. Your donation could help close the gap to provide a character-building education for a deserving HLGU student.
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Science, Nursing and Allied Health Building
Because of the critical need for a new Science, Nursing and Allied Health building, HGLU’s board of trustees has approved to move forward with a campaign to raise funds for the facility. This new, handicap accessible, 40,000 sq. ft. building will provide facilities for the training of both RNs and LPNs along with housing science, math, and nursing classrooms, computer, chemistry, and biology labs, faculty offices, private and group study rooms, and a student lounge/common area.
The ever-increasing demands for life sciences-related training have led Hannibal-LaGrange University to design a technologically enhanced science building to meet our educational needs for future generations. The new building will incorporate the newest advances in information technology, which will enable our students to enhance their understanding of the life sciences by conducting research of increasing complexity.
Tree Campus USA Campaign
Tree Campus USA is a program under the Arbor Day Foundation that recognizes universities that effectively manage their campus trees, develop connectivity with the community beyond campus borders to foster healthy, urban forests, and strive to engage the student population, utilizing service learning opportunities centered on campus and community forestry efforts.
A storm that went through the Hannibal community on the evening of Monday, May 20,2013 caused extensive damage to the trees on campus. Many of the trees that lined the main entrance were either damaged or uprooted.
Missouri Resource Foresters were called in to examine all the trees on campus. In their report to the University it was determined that the storm uprooted or blew down many trees and also left lasting scars on other trees that would not allow the trees to recover. In addition, their examination also revealed that several of the trees that lined the main entrance were diseased.
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Bricks, Blocks and Memories
Stamp your name in history on the HLGU walkway by purchasing a brick or block engraved with your name, a loved one’s name, or a graduating class to provide a lasting remembrance.
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Casting the Net: Technology Upgrade
Help Hannibal-LaGrange keep pace with today’s rapidly-changing technology by giving toward the University’s computerization needs.
Endowments can be described as funds that are held permanently by nonprofit institutions and are invested to provide both income and capital appreciation for the benefit of that institution. Endowment gifts are building blocks for the future. Substantial endowments are the key to providing long-term stability and growth for an institution.
Many of the older buildings on the Hannibal-LaGrange campus are in need of upgrades in order to provide comfort, ensure safety, and meet ever-changing technology requirements. The Building for the Future campaign includes $4 million to renovate existing facilities.
Specific Degrees or Programs
You can give to support the athletic program, your degree area or a special area of interest. For more information please contact the Institutional Advancement Department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone 573.629.3124.
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