Suite Dreams is our campaign for modernizing the furniture and facilities in our residence halls. Your gift will help us replace the furniture from the 1970s that most of our students are still using today. Giving to the Suite Dreams campaign is a great way to improve the Stephens experience for our students.
Select a residence hall. Then click on a floor to see the floor plan. From there you can select a space to adopt.
What is Suite Dreams? The Suite Dreams campaign is your opportunity to fund a set of new furniture in one of the residence halls. The campaign includes the halls of the North Residential Quad (Pillsbury, Prunty, Roblee, Searcy and Tower).
How much does it cost to sponsor a dorm room? A set of furniture can be purchased by an individual or group for $3,000. You can also sponsor multiple sets. (There are two sets in each room.)
What's included? A furniture set will include a bed, four-drawer dresser, a desk with hutch and a desk chair.
How will my gift be recognized? We'll proudly display a plaque honoring your donation in the room with your furniture. You can decide what the plaque says during the check out process.
Why now? Our students have been using the same furniture since the 1970s, so it's time for an update. Many alumnae have expressed interest in having this kind of direct impact on the student life experience. That's why we're launching this campaign now.
How do I sponsor?
It's easy. Just take it step-by-step:
What if I have more questions? You can read our frequently asked questions or contact our office.
Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. Stephens College is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) institution.
Gifts of Securities
These gifts (long-term, appreciated) are deductible at full fair-market value and exempt from capital gains if transferred directly to Stephens College.
Method #1: Your broker electronically transfers street-name stock via DTC #0221, A/C#LL-23978-IS, A/C of Stephens College, care of UBS PaineWebber.
Method #2: Call 1-800-245-0900 or 503-221-5856 and speak with John Schlendorf at UBS PaineWebber.
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