Bequests and other creative ways to invest in Newman University
Newman University was founded on an act of generosity. In 1902, a local farmer by the name of Henry Dugan donated a six-acre piece of land to the Catholic Diocese when Most Rev. J. J. Hennessy was bishop of Wichita — fertile ground that has grown to produce the leaders of today's society. Now it is up to you to help Newman University transform the leaders of tomorrow.
Estate gifts of all sizes remain integral to the globe-spanning work of the Newman University. From creating student scholarships to endowing research activities, donors’ enduring legacies animate every corner of our University.
Whatever your passion, you can inspire future generations of leaders, thinkers and doers with a bequest to any program or college at Newman University.
Some examples of planned gifts include:
- Personal Property
- Estate Bequests
- Life Insurance
- IRA and Other Qualified Retirement Plans
- Charitable Gifts
- Life Income Gifts
- Retained Life Estates
Contact Us to discuss the many creative and flexible options available.