Table of Contents

Fall 2023


  • Introducing A Fire That Kindles Other Fires

    Read all about 'A Fire That Kindles Other Fires: The Campaign To Advance Mission, Access, and Excellence,' the new $135 million capital campaign that will blaze a bold new trail for the University to follow in the years to come.

  • Mission. Access. Excellence.

    John D. ‘86, H’10 and Jacquelyn Dionne, R.N. ‘89, co-chairs of “A Fire That Kindles Other Fires,” hope their recent leadership gift to the Kania School of Management will help ignite the generosity of the greater Scranton community.

  • Advancing The Mission

    Scranton’s new campaign has already helped transform campus spaces like Hyland Hall and The Gail and Francis Slattery Center for the Ignatian Humanities.

  • Increasing Access and Affordability

    To ensure that the University continues to kindle the fires of the best and brightest students regardless of their financial means, it is critical that the University increase its endowment.

  • Achieving Excellence

    Stellar academic and professional outcomes, and a commitment to producing men and women for and with others all define excellence at The University of Scranton.

  • Campaign Timeline

    The following is a list of significant dates in the life of "A Fire That Kindles Other Fires: The Campaign To Advance Mission, Access, & Excellence."

  • A Fire That Kindles Other Fires: How to Help

    University campaign focuses on increasing access to education and promoting mission and excellence.

Alumni Profiles

  • Profile: Crystal E. Newby, Ed.D. ’04, G’08

    Now in her third year as a member of the University’s Board of Trustees, Newby uses her position to advocate for issues of access and diversity, equity and inclusion.

  • Profile: Mark Santarsiero '80, Accounting

    Mark Santarsiero ’80, president and CEO of Marshall & Stevens, Inc., a Los Angeles-based financial advisory firm, recently established two Santarsiero Family Scholarships that will benefit accounting students from the Scranton area.

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