completion of the KAC
Includes the addition of two baseball fields, five tennis courts, a turfed practice field and turfed Brendan P. Tevlin '13 Field Stadium Field with a surrounding track. The targeted 2017 completion of The KAC also invloves the construction of a locker room facility, a concession pavilion and a maintenance/storage building.
Growth of the Endowment
Growth of The Prep's endowment, from 16,000,000 to $20,000,000+ in support of financial aid, The Griffin Bridges Program, The Thomas R. Farley '44 Seton Scholars Program, faculty professional development, and campus renewal projects.
Letters from Campaign Leadership
Rev. Msgr. Michael E. Kelly '57
John Murray '59
Chairman, Board of Trustees
Jim McCormick H'12
Generations Campaign Chair
A. “Generations” is a $25,000,000 campaign to fund major capital projects at our 120 Northfield Campus and the Kelly Athletic Complex on Prospect Avenue. The Campaign is also focused on strengthening The Prep’s endowment.
A. Seton Hall Prep accepts pledged gifts to “Generations” which may be structured over a three-to-five year payment period. Gifts may be paid in the form of cash, stocks or securities, and credit cards. Please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement for more information at email@example.com or 973-736-6861.
A. The Prep’s third major capital campaign “Generations” celebrates the many young Prep men whose fathers and grandfathers are Prep alumni. Legacy students account for 10% of the 950 boys who attend our school.
A. Yes! We strongly encourage you to check with your employer to see whether your gift is eligible to be matched. If your employer offers a matching gift program, please include a form, which you can usually obtain from your Human Resources Department, along with you your gift to The Prep.
A. The Annual Appeal / Annual Fund and The “Generations” Capital Campaign are two different but equally important funds at The Prep. Gifts to the Annual Appeal/ Annual Fund support the school’s operating budget, providing resources for the daily needs of students and faculty from classroom supplies and technology to maintaining infrastructure. In actuality, each student’s tuition is about $2,000 less than the actual cost of educating him at The Prep thanks to the generosity of Prep alumni, parents, and friends who give to the Annual Appeal. Capital gifts support long-term strategic projects that represent an investment in the school’s future. These gifts are used to enhance buildings and facilities, and to support our endowment which funds scholarship and tuition aid, student programs and faculty development and training. These major undertakings stretch beyond the school’s operating budget. Because The Prep has a no-debt policy, any major projects not covered by the yearly budget require additional capital fundraising efforts.