Brenau is adding highly desirable programs in health fields, embracing emerging technology, and establishing graduate and professional programs designed to reduce the time it takes to complete an advanced degree. Our vision is to raise $12.5 million for the College of Health Sciences for continued improvements to our coeducational graduate and undergraduate programs.
Our Women’s College still anchors our great university today and provides driven young women an exceptional undergraduate education grounded in the liberal arts. We will enhance the Women’s College by raising $9.5 million for priorities that emphasize leadership and the residential experience for the women who set foot on campus now and for years to come.
Brenau focuses first and always on our students and their personal Brenau experiences. By raising $18 million for student access and experience, we will increase scholarship support, expand hands-on research and provide global opportunities for all students—traditional and nontraditional, graduate and undergraduate, male and female, residential and online.
Six members of the 1986 H.G.H. Senior Honor Society have banded together 30 years after graduation to create a lasting tribute to Marijayne Ward Beggs, who died in 2006 at the age of 42 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Beggs’ H.G.H….
Dana Fowler Miller, WC ’85, and McKemie “Kemie” Dozier West, WC ’84, led the charge in raising $21,000 from 1980s alumnae of Alpha Delta Pi to dedicate a room in the sorority’s new house in honor of their sisters from that decade. The duo…
Margaret May Franklin, WC ’41, of Roanoke, Virginia, passed away last past spring at age 95. As lifelong Brenau supporters, when it came time for Margaret and her husband Stu to work on their estate plan, Brenau was at the top of their list….