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The Knox Fund


Julie E. Layer

Director of the Knox Fund

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999


888-566-9265 (Toll Free)

Fax: 309-341-7770


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We're Building Something Special

"Knox has always stood for hard work, engagement with the wider world, and enduring relationships. Today, we're giving those values fresh relevance. I'm personally asking 1,000 more donors this year to stand with Knox and support our mission by giving to the Knox Fund. At this pivotal moment, we can do astonishing things if we work together. "

—President Teresa Amott

Times are changing; liberal arts colleges need to change with them; Knox is leading the way. We recently completed a stunning renovation of Alumni Hall. Our student body is exceptionally global, diverse, and engaged. Our approach to experiential learning is a model of integrated, high-impact education.

The Knox Fund turns our momentum into a transformative moment. Your annual gift to the Knox Fund supports bright, promising students with financial need; ambitious, talented faculty pursuing important research and scholarship; and smart, strategic new initiatives. With your support, we go further, faster.

Make your annual donation to the Knox Fund today. See what a difference we can make together.

Knox Fund: Giving Priorities

Your gift to the Knox Fund does transformative work, every day.

Experiential Learning

Expand the number of opportunities we offer to students, from study abroad to internships, from service to research. Contribute toward building an exceptionally engaged, hands-on undergraduate education.

Financial Aid

Keep Knox accessible to people from all walks of life. Help us enroll an intellectual community that's as bright and bold and polyphonic as the world itself. That's the kind of student body that makes us a model of relevant, real-world liberal arts education.

Faculty Excellence

Nurture innovative, talented teachers, researchers, and artists. Allow them to develop new work, explore new teaching methods, and collaborate with colleagues across campus and around the world.

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