If you would like to speak to a university representative regarding a gift, please contact the Office of University Advancement at (931) 221-7127.
Giving clubs have been established to recognize the Capital Campaign contributions of the individuals, corporations and organizations, who, through their annual gifts, provide support for the enhancement of the University.
Through unrestricted support of the athletic program, the donor is providing immediately expendable funds toward areas of greatest need. Additionally, gifts can be directed toward a specific sport or team. Donors of $50 or more are eligible for membership in, and the benefits of, the Governors Club, the University's athletics booster organization.
The Foundation also has accepted the leadership, along with the alumni board, of a special effort to enhance annual giving in support of academic scholarships. Annual giving clubs have been established to recognize the contributions of the individuals, corporations and organizations who, through their annual gifts, provide ongoing support for the continual enhancement of the University.
The President's Society recognizes gifts of $1,000 or more at four giving levels. These gifts enable the University to pursue a level of excellence not otherwise possible.
The Ziegler Circle, named for the founding president of Austin Peay, recognizes the visionary leaders who demonstrate their extraordinary level of commitment to the University through an annual contribution of $10,000 or more.
The Claxton Circle was created to honor Austin Peay's second president who led the University through its early years from 1930 to 1946 and to recognize the generosity of those who make annual contributions of $5,000 to $9,999.
The Harvill Circle is named for one of Austin Peay's most beloved presidents, who led the University from 1946 to 1962. It recognizes the commitment of those donors who contribute between $2,500 and $4,999 annually.
The Morgan Circle was created to honor Austin Peay's fourth president, who led the University from 1962-1976, and to recognize those contributors who make annual contributions of $1,000 to $2,499.
Donors of gifts of $100 to $999 are recognized through membership in one of the three giving clubs.