The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society
Named after our founding president, Thomas Rhys Vickroy, the Vickroy
Society recognizes leadership gifts of $1,000 or more given to the College for any purpose
during each academic year. The Society is open to all alumni, parents, and
friends of the College on an annual basis. Members of The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society provide financial
aid to deserving students, keep academic resources current, and ensure that
every student receives the best education that Lebanon Valley College has to
offer. The laurel wreath is the symbol for The Vickroy Society. An
important element of the College seal, it represents honor and excellence, and
thereby, the exceptional generosity Vickroy Society members have shown to
Lebanon Valley College.
Vickroy Society Associate: Gifts of $1,000–$1,865
The 1866 Circle: Gifts of
President's Circle: Gifts of $2,500–$4,999
Five Founders' Circle: Gifts of $5,000–$9,999
Trustee Associate: Gifts of $10,000 and above
Lifetime Vickroy Associates: Cumulative
lifetime giving of $100,000 or more
Vickroy GOLD Associate: For Graduates of the Last Decade
(GOLD), membership in the Vickroy Society is available for a reduced amount
of $100 for each year since their graduation.
Benefits of Membership:
Vickroy Society members receive recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors (published in the annual President's Report), a lapel pin displaying the laurel wreath, and invitations to special College
events throughout the year. Members of The 1866 Circle and above are invited to
an annual society dinner honoring LVC’s most generous supporters. Lifetime
Vickroy Associates also receive a personalized lithograph print and sign the Society's historic register.
is grateful for the contributions made by Vickroy members each year. The
support of this prestigious group sustains the mission of the College by
preparing young people for a life of service and achievement in their
communities. Your gift will be used wisely and well, and will have a direct
impact on the students and faculty of LVC.
Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society Dinner