Ole Miss Women's Council

The Women’s Council is scholarship-mentorship program that recognizes the emerging financial power of women in philanthropy, as well as their unique abilities to lead and mentor.

Four ways to Support the Ole Miss Women’s Council

Take Root

Rose Society

Support the Ole Miss Women’s Council by making an annual gift to join the Rose Society. Your membership may be designated for yourself or as a gift to honor a special person in your life. The Rose Society provides general support; one-hundred percent of your contribution directly impacts student programming.

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Expand Horizons

Global Leadership Circle

The classroom is just one dimension of a student's learning experience. The Women’s Council international studies/internship program enables students to expand their horizons, appreciate other countries and cultures, and continue their commitment to making the world a better place.

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Plant a Seed For Tomorrow

Endowed Scholarships

An endowed scholarship educates students in perpetuity. Contributions of $125,000 for a general scholarship or $250,000 for an independent restricted scholarship are available. An individual, corporation, or foundation can establish a scholarship and be paid in a lump sum or paid over time. Scholarships are often named in honor or memory of a person who personifies its spirit of both leadership and giving, but the endowment can be named at the donor’s discretion.

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Leave a Legacy

Planned Giving

Consider setting up an endowment for a Women’s Council scholarship through estate planning. Those who either fund or plan a deferred gift, such as a bequest or a life income plan, may, if they wish, become members of the 1848 Society, which recognizes planned giving donors. The scholarship would then be endowed at the execution of the estate.

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Cultivating Leaders

Meet Parker

Parker Maloney’s scholarship gave her a chance to gain real-world work experience at one of the world’s leading children’s cancer hospitals.

Parker‘s Story

Meet Catrina

Thanks to the Global Leadership Circle program, Catrina Curtis spent a summer focused on service, community, and volunteering with refugees.

Catrina‘s Story