Senior Class Gift
Why do we ask our seniors to give back?
Look around you. This campus and the community that you are a part of has been made better by those who came before you. One of the most visible signs of that commitment is the Senior Class Gift. It's one of the traditions that makes Monmouth an outstanding college.
In order to contribute to a more sustainable environment on the Monmouth College campus, the Class of 2019 plans to install water bottle filling stations across campus. If you’d like to help the Class of 2019 leave their mark on campus, you can donate here.
$20.19 is a lot to ask
You’re right. $20.19 may seem like a lot of money, but if you are willing to make a small sacrifice (3 Einstein’s coffees) then you can make a lasting impact for future Noble Scots.
What is Honor Walk?
The Honor Walk allows graduating seniors to honor a special person that influenced their time at Monmouth College, and contribute to the Senior Class Gift.
Monmouth College's annual Honor Walk takes place immediately following the Baccalaureate Service. Graduating seniors who contribute $20.19 or more to the senior class gift project will have the opportunity to participate.
On the eve of Commencement, each senior who contributed to the Senior Class Gift project receives a talent—a coin with Wallace Hall on one side and the College seal on the other. As the gathered audience of family, friends and classmates looks on, each senior will then present the coin to the special person he or she has selected, and President Clarence Wyatt and First Lady Lobie Stone will acknowledge the graduating senior and talent recipient.