Help the Knox Fund reach its most ambitious goal yet—
$1,000 for every student.
Financial aid and scholarships. This year, 98 percent of our students will receive some form of financial assistance from Knox.
Powerful learning experiences. The Knox Fund helps ensure every student can afford to study abroad, experience an internship, pursue independent research, or take on community service.
Great teaching. This year, U.S. News & World Report ranked Knox among the top 50 U.S. schools for the quality of its undergraduate teaching.
Last year, nearly 1 in 3 Knox alumni—plus thousands of parents and friends—gave back to Knox. This year, we hope to do even more—so, are you in?
Juliana Tioanda ’95 majored in modern languages at Knox—now she's a top executive in Microsoft's cloud gaming division. She credits her Knox education for teaching her to think critcally, solve problems, and build effective and diverse teams.
Sam Veague ’05 came to Knox to major in physics. A little more than a decade later, he’s the CEO of Ecolibrium Solar. He credits his experiences at Knox with preparing him for the challenges and complexities of running an innovative company.
Junior Nikyra Washington is an elementary education major with minors in Spanish and Africana Studies. She hopes to pursue a career in special education.
Thank you for making the first-ever #KnoxProud Day a huge success! More than 1,600 alumni, faculty, staff, and friends came together to raise more than $450,000 for Knox students.