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2010 - 2011 president`s report
2 0 1 0 - 2 0 11 P R E S I D E N T ’ S R E P O R T
T H A N K YOU T O OU R D O N O R S
THE CHANCELLOR’S CIRCLE
Annual Gifts of $5,000 or more
Thomson Howell
Patrick Beausang
Ann Eichorn
Anonymous
Bernie Howorth
Ann Eperjesi & Stephen Eperjesi
Alfreda Jarosz
Darren Becks (BES ‘94)
& Danielle Becks
Edward Beharry & Pam Beharry
Jeff Fleming & Lesley Fleming
Vera Golini
Ronald Hagler (BA ‘55)
Mary Karn
Lori Betik
Joseph Fedy
John Biggs & Amelia Biggs
Rhonda Flewwelling (BA ‘05) & Robert
Flewwelling
Terry Billo & Patricia Bergman-Billo
Stephen Flott & R. Frances O’Brien
Louise Leonard
Patrick Bishop & Judy Bishop
Patrick Flynn (BA ‘68) & Noreen Flynn
Mark Aagaard & Nancy Day
Janice Long (BMATH ‘91)
& George Long
William Brath (BMATH ‘76) & Patricia
Brath
David Fontaine & Margaret Fontaine
Dorothee Retterath & Ric Hewson
B. James MacKay (BA ‘75)
Conor Brennan
Hartman Krug & Brenda Krug
Anke Naus (BA ‘75) & Peter Naus
Douglas Brenner (BMATH ‘68)
Margaret Fritsch
Peter Quinn & Regina Quinn
Maureen O’Donoghue Rich (BA ‘76) &
David Rich
William Brown & Maria Brown
Thomas Galloway & Anne Marie
Galloway
Jim Robson & Debbie Robson
Laughlin Campbell (BA ‘91)
Andrew Garland & Pauline Garland
PRESIDENTS CIRCLE
Annual Gifts of $1,000 to $2,499
Rio Caron & Marianne Caron
Brian Gastaldi & Gail-Lynn Gastaldi
Mr. Sam Alfieri & Mrs. Marg Alfieri
Ann Gawman (BA ‘79)
Peter Chin-Cheong & Sharon ChinCheong
Jim Gilhuly & Mary Ann Gilhuly
Norma Chin-Cheong
Mark Greco (BASC ‘04)
& Janna Brubacher
David Perrin
THE GOVERNOR’S CIRCLE
Annual Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999
Anonymous (2)
Bernard Adlys & Sonia Adlys
Michel Anderson & Lucretia Anderson
Brian Beckberger & Trudy Beckberger
Nick Betik
Derek Brisland
Cathy Brothers & John Brothers
Wayland Chau (BMATH ‘96)
Dando Cheng & Sharon Cheng
Scott Kline & Megan Shore (BA ‘99)
Kenneth Lavigne (BA ‘73)
& Helen Lavigne (BA ‘91)
Murray Runstedler &
Sharon Runstedler
David Ruppel & Renate Ruppel
George Schaller
Donna Ward & Mel Cescon
Diane Warren-Dewan (BA ‘79)
& Philip Dewan
Therese Wiley & James Wiley
Bruce Young (BA ‘66)
& Gail Young (BA ‘66)
Roman Ciecwierz & Magdalene
Ciecwierz
Ted Foy & Peggy Hallward
Lawrence Gorman & M. Jane Gorman
Lynda Cockroft (BA ‘79)
Ronald Green (BSC ‘67)
& Lorraine Green
Mike Collins & Annette Collins
Joseph Guido & Heidi Guido
William Connelly
Vir Handa & Silvana Handa
Denise Cormier
Lorne Harding & Cathy Harding
Gerald Harrigan & Barb Harrigan
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Gail Head (BA ‘79)
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for the service of the community and the Church. In all Paul
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Margaret Ingoldsby (BA ‘90)
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Gary Howell & Marion
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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
s with previous reports, this President’s Report
showcases the many wonderful things happening
here at St. Jerome’s University. What’s new this
year, however, is our ability to relate these accomplishments
back to the strategic directions articulated in Strategic Vision
2015 and Beyond, a foundational document approved by
the University’s Board of Governors in January 2011. This
Vision was built over the past three years through a wide
range of information-gathering, consultation, and dialogue
processes involving the University’s stakeholders.
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With Strategic Vision 2015 and Beyond as the framework,
St. Jerome’s University commits to continuing initiatives in the
areas in which we currently excel, as well as in targeted areas
where we want to grow or where there are new directions for
us to embark upon.
By adopting this Vision, the Board of Governors has set
the course for the next several years. It is this document
that will guide us as we move toward our sesquicentennial
anniversary in 2015.
David B. Perrin, OMI
President and Vice-Chancellor
TABLE OF CO NTENTS
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Strategic Vision 2015 and Beyond
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SJU - A Premier Undergraduate Catholic
Liberal Arts University
10 Our Place in the Catholic Community
12 Our Alumni
14 Re-Visioning Our Campus
15 Board of Governors
16 Accountable to Our Community
17 Support from Our Community
18 Thank you to Our Donors
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S T R AT EGIC V I SION
2 0 15 A N D B E YO N D
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1865 St. Jerome’s was
founded by Fr. Louis Funcken,
CR, in a cabin on the outskirts
of St. Agatha, Ontario. Seven
students were enrolled.
1889 St. Jerome’s moved to
a new building in the village
of Berlin (now Kitchener) where
33 students were enrolled.
1908 After several
expansions, a new addition
was added that became a
Berlin (now Kitchener) landmark.
1953 St. Jerome’s College
opened its Kingsdale site
where it was home to
190 students.
1962 St Jerome’s
University moved to its new
home on the campus of the
University of Waterloo.
2015 Will see a re-visioning
of St. Jerome’s University’s
physical campus for the
21st century.
hile our locations have changed and our student numbers have expanded, what hasn’t changed are
the principles that guide us:
(1) continue to deliver on who we say we are as a primarily undergraduate Catholic liberal arts university
federated with the University of Waterloo;
(2) graduate students who: have the skills to meet the ethical and moral challenges of modern life; foresee
challenges and opportunity, especially those related to issues of justice, within the communities to which they
belong; anticipate the global impact of decisions made today that will influence the shape of the future.
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“Strategic Vision 2015
and Beyond speaks
to our principles
and establishes five
strategic directions.”
Maintain our place as a premier
undergraduate Catholic liberal arts
university in Canada
i. recruit and retain exceptional faculty who are able to
achieve excellence primarily in teaching and student
engagement, but who are also actively engaged in
research and publication;
ii. offer programs and courses that are relevant to society
and our mission while maintaining a commitment to a
classic liberal arts education, and interdisciplinarity;
iii. develop SJU’s unique contribution to Mathematics at
the University of Waterloo;
iv. invigorate our commitment to undergraduate
Catholic studies;
v. explore the option of launching another graduate
program unique to St. Jerome’s University;
vi. live our commitment to social justice by ensuring that
the complete St. Jerome’s University academic and
student life experience can be realized by more
students who have the academic ability but lack the
financial resources.
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S T R AT EGIC V I SION
2 0 15 A N D B E YO N D
Confirm our place within various
Catholic communities regionally,
nationally, and internationally
i. fully develop deep and collaborative partnerships within
Catholic circles both locally and regionally as well as
across the dioceses of Hamilton and Toronto;
ii. utilize the network of post-secondary Catholic universities and
colleges in Canada and abroad to support our mission and
raise awareness of the importance of Catholic education;
iii. diversify the St. Jerome’s University student body by making
SJU a top choice for international students seeking a complete
undergraduate liberal arts or Mathematics education.
Enhance Relationships with Our Alumni
i. revitalize our Alumni Association so that through
collaboration with our Advancement Office it can
represent and connect with those who have experienced
the St. Jerome’s difference;
ii. use events and activities as an effective way to build
ongoing connections among and with our alumni, donors,
and friends;
Statue of Fr. Funcken, CR, founder of St. Jerome’s
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iii. take every opportunity to profile, highlight and celebrate
the accomplishments of our alumni.
“St. Jerome’s University
is dedicated to the
fundamental task of
educating the
whole person.”
Enhance Relationships with
External Communities
I. encourage our faculty and staff to act as
ambassadors for the University through their
considerable service, volunteer commitments and
community outreach;
ii. work with Board members to promote, profile and
expand the St. Jerome’s University brand outside of
established channels;
iii. strategically market international service learning
and exchange programs for students;
iv. develop opportunities and support alumni in their
efforts to share their SJU experience for the benefit
of all.
Supportive Infrastructure –
Re-vision Our Physical Campus
for the 21st Century
i. re-design, through construction and renovation,
our current facility to ensure that the best possible
student, teaching, and collaborative spaces
required for effective learning and research can
be realized;
Professor Toni Serafini, Sexuality, Marriage & Family Studies
in a seminar class with students
ii. enhance our Library with a learning commons able to
meet the study, research, and collaborative learning
needs of our students and faculty;
iii. further develop the residence program and the overall
quality of the residence experience by revitalizing our
housing facilities;
iv. thoughtfully plan and develop the student social
spaces required to enhance the student experience,
student engagement and thus continue to fulfill our
promise to educate the whole person.
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A PR EMIER
U N DE RG R A DUAT E
C AT HOLIC LI BE R A L
A RT S U N I V E R SI T Y
tudent Natalie Dewan, 18, has truly embraced the St. Jerome’s experience and exemplifies what it means
to be a student of St. Jerome’s University. Recent recipient of the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh’s award,
Natalie was recognized in May 2011 for her achievements in the categories of physical fitness, community
service, skill development and adventurous journey. And her commitment to learning and leadership is clear as she
continues her studies in her second year of English at SJU, also taking on roles with the Residence Life Team and as
SJU Ambassador. Natalie credits the focus at St. Jerome’s of educating the
whole person through developing their leadership skills, exploring ethical,
social responsibility and justice issues, with helping to fuel her passion for
volunteerism and community service.
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“When I chose a university it was important to choose a place with a
strong community, as well as high-quality academics - St. Jerome’s is
definitely that place! In first year, I learned a lot both in and out of the
classroom - making lifelong friends, and getting involved in every way
possible. SJU’s amazing residence and academic programs allow each
and every student to develop as a whole person. I certainly feel that it
has changed my life for the better and I know countless others who feel
the same way.”
Natalie Dewan being congratulated by His
Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston
Our leadership strengths lie not only with our students, but with our professors who continue to win accolades for
academic excellence. Dr. Steven Bednarski (History) and Dr. Ted McGee (English) were named two of the University
of Waterloo’s four 2011 distinguished teachers and were honoured with the Distinguished Teacher Award in
recognition of a continued record of excellence in teaching.
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“Master of Catholic
Thought offers a high
quality learning experience,
and fosters excellence in
critical thinking.”
n spring 2011, six years after the first students were admitted, the Master of Catholic Thought (MCT) program
underwent its first academic review. The reviewers concluded that “the program offers a high quality learning
experience”, and “fosters excellence in critical thinking in oral and written expression, research skills, and a
fine integration of theory and praxis”… ”Students manifested a confident ability to think theologically, and a mastery of
the breadth and depth of the Catholic intellectual tradition in an ecumenical, inter-faith context”.
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2010 Master of Catholic Thought students
Front row: Anne Jamieson (2010 graduate), Dianne Moser
(2010 graduate), Michael Redfearn (2010 graduate)
Back row: Jack Freiburger (2011 Graduate), Sandy Milne
(current student), Cristina Vanin (director), Sheila Jenny (current
student),Ted Laxton (2011 graduate)
St. Jerome’s faculty are prolific scholars, as evidenced by the impressive number of articles, books, book
chapters and journals written and/or edited in 2011:
• Tristanne Connolly (English): Queer Blake
• Whitney Lackenbauer (History): A Commemorative History of Aboriginal People in the Canadian Military
• Kerry Lappin-Fortin (Italian and French Studies): Traduire? Avec Plaisir!
• Alexander Shvarts (Sociology and Legal Studies): Transnational Entrepreneurs: Ethnicity, Class and Capital
• David Williams (English): Defending Poetry: Art and Ethics in Joseph Brodsky, Seamus Heaney, and Geoffrey Hill
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OU R PL AC E I N
T H E CAT HOLIC
COMMUNITY
romoting and serving as a voice for Catholic higher education in
Canada is a sine qua non for presidents of Catholic institutions.
We do this through the associations in which we belong, our
partnerships with various Catholic service organizations, local school
boards and other community partners, and through the events we hold
which celebrate our episcopal leaders.
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David Perrin, President, with the Most
Reverend Bishop Anthony Tonnos, 2010
Bishop’s BBQ at St. Jerome’s University
In fostering these relationships, St. Jerome’s University’s current President,
David Perrin, provides regular updates to our community partners through
twice-annual progress reports to the approximately 365 clergy and
other religious agents in the Diocese of Hamilton, participates in pulpit
exchanges and guest sermons at various local and regional parishes, and
serves as guest speaker at organizations such as the Knights of Columbus,
Knights of Malta, Serra Club, and the Catholic Women’s League.
As a member of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities
of Canada (ACCUC), St. Jerome’s University participates with the other
executive heads of Canadian Catholic institutions in promoting and serving
as a voice for Catholic higher education in Canada. In August 2010,
President Perrin initiated discussions with other Catholic post-secondary
institutions on developing a strategy for securing long-term infrastructure
funding support at the provincial level.
One of the highlights of the year at St. Jerome’s University is the annual
Bishop’s BBQ, where local clergy, and other religious agents are invited
to join our faculty, staff and student leaders in honouring our episcopal
leaders. It is also an occasion to thank all for participating and supporting
our Catholic mission in the wide range of ways we all contribute to the
same goals in our Catholic ministries.
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“Atmosphere of
camaraderie and
friendship... academic
education made
possible through
exceptional faculty.”
Simone Sweeting (BA ’10)
imone Sweeting, an international student from
the Bahamas, knew St. Jerome’s University
was right for her when she read about the St.
Jerome’s Advantage. Working as an English Language
Assistant in France, she knew she wanted to attend
university in Canada and began her research to find her
‘home-away-from-home’. Once she learned about St.
Jerome’s academic benefits and small-campus feel, the
decision was an easy one. “St. Jerome’s University was a
fit for me, with its friendly and culturally diverse campus”.
She wanted to find a close-knit community, with many
opportunities to live and learn together.
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“The weather isn’t so great – but the atmosphere
of camaraderie and friendship and the academic
education made possible through exceptional faculty
made that easier to manage,” Simone shares. Simone
Simone Sweeting, (BA, Hons French, 2010) at fall graduation
lived in residence for two years and was registered
academically in Honours French at SJU. As an international student, finding a place where you feel at home is
critical in succeeding at university. For Simone, SJU offered a place where participating in activities and events was
encouraged to ensure students felt welcomed and included – and helped motivate and encourage her to be able
to step into a leadership role. Each student is supported and valued as a member of the SJU community – and
that’s something that makes SJU a top choice for students away from home.
Simone graduated from St. Jerome’s University in October 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Honours French and
has returned home to Nassau where she hopes to continue teaching French, while pursuing her certification in
translation in January 2012, followed by her Master’s in French Linguistics and Literature.
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OUR A LUMNI
The Father Norm Choate, C.R.,
Distinguished Graduate
Award Winners
Dr. David Morrell (2011)
Fr. Brian McCormick (2010)
Jeff Woodrow (2009)
Filomena Tassi (2008)
Dr. James ( Jim) Mitchell (2007)
Archbishop Thomas C. Collins (2006)
Eva Kmiecic (2005)
Peter Warrian (2004)
Richard Callahan (2003)
Michelle DiEmanuele (2002)
Joan Grundy (2001)
Rob Donelson (2000)
Brenda Kenyon (1999)
Judy Nairn (1998)
Chris Gadula (1997)
Mark Curtis (1996)
Paul Tratnyek (1995)
Greg Humbert (1993)
Rosanna Pellizzari (1992)
Christine Dominico (1991)
Terry & Margaret Downey (1990)
Tom Ciancone (1989)
Richard Dominico (1988)
Gail Young (1987)
Joe & Stephanie Mancini (1986)
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t. Jerome’s alumni are recognized for their outstanding contributions
to their professions and their communities. They also continue to
contribute to the University campus as they celebrate their history
with St. Jerome’s University.
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The Fr. Norm Choate, C.R., Distinguished Graduate Award is presented
annually to a St. Jerome’s graduate who has distinguished her-or-himself in
professional and community life. In 2011, the award was presented to Dr.
David Morrell (BA ’66). Dr. Morrell joined alumni and friends at St. Jerome’s
University, where he was honoured for his career as an award-winning
author of more than 30 books. His message was simple – that the St.
Jerome’s community provided a solid foundation for his career. His academic
studies with professors such as Dr. Laurence Cummings and his friendship
with fellow English students, gave him the support he needed during his time
at St. Jerome’s and he fondly reflected on his beginnings as an SJU English
graduate in 1966. Dr. Morrell’s
first novel, First Blood, featured
the character John Rambo, which
spawned the movie Rambo starring
Sylvester Stallone.
There are more than 18 million
copies of his work in print, and his
books have been translated into
26 languages. Dr. David Morrell
now lives in New Mexico with his
wife, Donna (BA ’65) – also a
SJU graduate.
David Morrell and David Perrin
“The reunion was a
wonderful opportunity to
celebrate SJU’s 145-year
history and connection
with the Congregation of
the Resurrection.”
n July 2010, 75 men who attended
St. Jerome’s in the 1950s and 1960s
returned to celebrate their connections
with one another and with the University at the
St. Jerome’s/Resurrection Reunion.
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Organizers John Mudd, John Devine and Tom
Sexton undertook the challenge of connecting with
fellow alumni and inviting them back to campus for
the reunion. The St. Jerome’s campus enjoyed the lively
presence of the men and their wives who travelled back to
Waterloo, primarily from their homes in the United States,
to fondly remember their time together and the time they
spent at St. Jerome’s University. Most of the attendees were
seminary students at Resurrection College who studied at
St. Jerome’s when it was located at the Kingsdale campus
in Kitchener. The reunion was a wonderful opportunity to
celebrate SJU’s 145-year history and connection with the
Congregation of the Resurrection. This group of alumni
embody the mission of St. Jerome’s University.
The SJU Alumni Advisory Group is redefining its
involvement with St. Jerome’s University by fostering
new opportunities beyond social events for the alumni
community to contribute to the lives of others
(e.g. mentoring students, helping recruit students,
developing international opportunities). We want to offer
alumni ways to get involved with SJU that bring growth
and learning opportunities, help them stay connected and
passionate about SJU, and also help further the mission of
St. Jerome’s University.
Reunion organizers (left-to-right) John Devine, Tom Sexton
and John Mudd
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R E -V I S ION I NG
OUR CA MPUS
oted in last year’s President’s Report, in spring 2010, the Board of Governors took another step toward
securing the future of St. Jerome’s University through its approval of the 2015 and Beyond Campus Master
Plan Proposal… a campus master plan that can accommodate the long-term needs of SJU and ensure that
its mission can be realized. Among many other exciting designs, the concept plan envisions a Library redeveloped
and expanded to provide a more inviting, contemporary student work/study space, additional progressive and
flexible teaching and learning spaces, sizeable hospitality and interactive community spaces, and a Student Hub.
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Since the Board’s approval of the concept plan, much work has been done in preparation of producing a
detailed financial plan to enable the realization of the campus renewal plan. This work is expected to be
completed in early 2012.
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ST. J E ROM E’S U N IVE RSIT Y
2010 - 2011
BOARD OF GOVE RNORS
Peter Naus, Chancellor
David B. Perrin, President and Vice-Chancellor
Myroslaw Tataryn, Vice-President and Academic Dean
Maureen O’Donoghue Rich, Chair
Jean Andrey, Community-at-large
Kieran Bonner, Faculty
Cathy Brothers, Community-at-large
s the titular head of the University, Peter Naus
brought prestige and distinction to
St. Jerome’s University through his four years
as Chancellor. Peter’s term as Chancellor concluded June
30, 2011. His personal and professional reputation was,
and is, without question. The University thanks Dr. Naus,
and his wife, Anke, for their commitment to St. Jerome’s.
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Kevin Burns, Community-at-large
Michael Coughlin, Community-at-large
Martha Fauteux, Staff; partial
Larry Gravill, Community-at-large
Marion Thomson Howell, Community-at-large
Steven Jennings, Student
Lauren Leech, Community-at-large
Pat Leicester, Community-at-large
Andrew Lessard, President, Students’ Union
Glen Lombard, Staff
Don McCutchan, Community-at-large
Judy Nairn, Community-at-large
Rev. Con O’Mahony, Bishop’s Representative
Elyse Redden, Staff; partial
Dr. Peter Naus, Chancellor of St. Jerome’s University
(2007 to 2011)
Rev. Sam Restivo, C.R., Provincial Superior of the
Congregation of the Resurrection
Dorothee Retterath, Community-at-large
David Seljak, Faculty
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ACCOU N TA BI LI T Y
ACCOUNTABLE TO
OUR COM MUNIT Y
TOTAL REVEN UE
$14,531,134
EN D OWMENT INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO
Endowment Funds provide ongoing revenue for
particular aspects of our mission, such as scholarships,
lectures, and the Master of Catholic Thought program.
7,500,000
6,000,000
7,661,996
7,285,291
6,792,168
7,075,480
6,817,832
6,766,372
Student Tuition 36%
Government Grants 35%
Ancillary Operations 20%
Investment Income 5%
Donations 2%
Other Income 2%
6,618,517
5,640,413
5,804,540
5,476,594
4,500,000
TOTAL E XPENSES
$13,173,699
3,000,000
1,500,000
0
2010/11
2009/10
2008/09
Investment, at market
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2007/08
2006/07
Investment, at cost
General Operating 42%
Academic 39%
Ancillary Operations 17% (Residences)
Scholarships and Bursaries 2%
Thank you to our
825 generous donors,
a total of $320,210
was donated to
St. Jerome’s University
in fiscal 2010/2011.
SUPPORT FROM
OUR COM MUNIT Y
GIVIN G: DESIGNATI O N
Donations received
were designated to
the indicated areas.
SCH OL ARSHIPS & BURSARIES
Thanks to our generous donors St. Jerome’s University
is able to offer financial support to students who excel
academically and to those who would otherwise not
be able to afford a higher education
300,000
250,000
(includes University Catholic Community)
Scholarships / Bursaries 32%
Unrestricted 15%
Centre for Responsible Citizenship 12%
(includes Beyond Borders and Lectures in Catholic Experience)
Building, Infrastructure and Collections 6%
Other .005%
281,800
258,700
236,450
220,380
200,000
202,530
GIVIN G: SO URCE
150,000
Percentages indicate
the amount of the
total donated by each
constituency.
100,000
50,000
0
Campus Ministry 35%
2010/11
2009/10
2008/09
2007/08
2006/07
$ From Endowed Interest
$ From Operating
$ From Restricted Funds
$ Total Paid Out
Friends - Individual 60%
Alumni 19%
Current Faculty, Staff and Board of Governors 10%
Businesses 8%
Foundations 1%
Friends - Organizations 1%
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T H A N K YOU TO OU R D ONOR S
THE CHANCELLOR’S CIRCLE
Annual Gifts of $5,000 or more
Bernie Howorth
Anonymous (2)
Mary Karn
Vera Golini
Alfreda Jarosz
Edward Beharry & Pam Beharry
Lori Betik
Ann Eperjesi & Stephen Eperjesi
Joseph Fedy
Jeff Fleming & Lesley Fleming
John Biggs & Amelia Biggs
Rhonda Flewwelling (BA ‘05) & Robert
Flewwelling
Terry Billo & Patricia Bergman-Billo
Stephen Flott & R. Frances O’Brien
Louise Leonard
Patrick Bishop & Judy Bishop
Anonymous (1)
William Brath (BMATH ‘76) & Patricia
Brath
Patrick Flynn (BA ‘68) & Noreen Flynn
Janice Long (BMATH ‘91)
& George Long
Dorothee Retterath & Ric Hewson
B. James MacKay (BA ‘75)
Conor Brennan
Hartman Krug & Brenda Krug
Anke Naus (BA ‘75) & Peter Naus
Douglas Brenner (BMATH ‘68)
Peter Quinn & Regina Quinn
Maureen O’Donoghue Rich (BA ‘76) &
David Rich
William Brown & Maria Brown
Laughlin Campbell (BA ‘91)
PRESIDENTS CIRCLE
Annual Gifts of $1,000 to $2,499
Jim Robson & Debbie Robson
Rio Caron & Marianne Caron
Murray Runstedler &
Sharon Runstedler
Mr. Sam Alfieri & Mrs. Marg Alfieri
David B. Perrin
THE GOVERNOR’S CIRCLE
Annual Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999
Anonymous (2)
Bernard Adlys & Sonia Adlys
Michel Anderson & Lucretia Anderson
Brian Beckberger & Trudy Beckberger
Nick Betik
Derek Brisland
Cathy Brothers & John Brothers
Wayland Chau (BMATH ‘96)
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