Thank you for joining us at our recent 23rd annual Scholarship & Golf Classic. Your support allowed us to raise over $140,000 this year for student scholarships here at GCU! The total contributions to student scholarships from this outing over the last 23 years now exceed $2.5 million, and we couldn't have done it without you! 

Please save the date now for next year's outing

 Monday, May 6, 2019 at Deal Golf and Country Club. 

We invite you to view all of the event photos here. Feel free to download pictures and share with others as you relive the moment!


 

Georgian Court University will host its 23rd Annual Scholarship Golf and Classic on Monday May 7, 2018, at Deal Golf and Country Club. The Scholarship and Golf Classic is our most important fundraising event of the year, with proceeds funding scholarships that make the dream of an education possible for hundreds of students.

The robust nature of a GCU education has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the “Best Regional Colleges/Universities (North)” in 2018.  Additionally, Washington Monthly named GCU “Best Bang for the Buck” in 2017. This is an exciting time for the university, which has become a regional leader in higher education, uniquely poised to serve Central and South Jersey.

Funds raised at the Annual Scholarship and Golf Classic provide much-needed assistance to Georgian Court University students, 46% of whom come from households facing significant economic challenges. Over the years, the Scholarship and Golf Classic has helped to raise more than $2.5M in student scholarships, helping more than 700 students achieve their dreams of a college education. 

Below are the sponsorship opportunities avaiable for this year's outing. For more information please contact Gianna Verdoni, Manager of Special Events at 732.987.2206 or gverdoni@georgian.edu


2018 JOSEPH E. BUCKELEW CIVIC SERVICE HONOREE

Diane Szubrowski, RSM, '68

Georgian Court University proudly honors Diane Szubrowski, RSM, '68 and the Sisters of Mercy. Sister Diane currently serves at GCU as a donor relations volunteer. She graduated from Georgian Court in 1968, then spent her formative years as an elementary school teacher, administrator, and principal with the Sisters of Mercy. In 1974, she began her service to the religious community. Through the years, she served as Principal of St. Francis School in Metuchen and President of the New Jersey Regional Community of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. She also lent her expertise on the board of trustees of GCU, Mercy Center and the American Cancer Society of the Jersey Shore. Sister Diane always returns to the place she held close to her heart--Georgian Court. "Part of my heart is here; what I love is the heart and soul of the university. I feel privileged to be part of the Georgian Court Community in keeping the spirit of Mercy alive." she says.


2018 CORPORATE SERVICE HONOREE

J. Knipper and Company

    Since J. Knipper and Company was founded they have focused on the value they can create through relationships.  As the largest provider of pharmaceutical sampling management services, the company is dedicated to improving peoples’ lives by providing healthcare marketing solutions to pharmaceutical, biotech, life sciences, and medical device industries in the United States. In addition, J. Knipper and Company, has prided itself on providing support to all people it touches including that of the communities where it operates in both NJ and Indiana.  Fortunately, through their service and support, Knipper has improved the lives of hundreds of GCU students over many years. James Knipper, Founder and CEO, as well as his late father Joseph served on the Board of Trustees for the university, and were instrumental in making the golf outing successful during their 14 year tenure.  Jim and Joe served as co-chairs of the Scholarship and Golf Classic, along with Michael Laferrera, President and COO, and current member of the GCU Board of Trustees.  J. Knipper and Company has helped raise more than $2M in contributions through the Scholarship and Golf Classic, and helped provide scholarships for more than five hundred GCU students.