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Institutional Advancement

Greetings Friends of Cedar Crest College!

Since 1867, a small liberal arts college for women in Allentown has had big impact —

  • Impact on parents proud to watch their daughters grow and learn.
  • Impact on a community grateful for the opportunity to enjoy renowned speakers, artistic performances and share in volunteer service.
  • Impact on graduates achieving roles as leaders in their professional, personal and civic lives.

The Advancement Office strives to keep that impact growing each day. With great excitement, we welcome alumnae/i, parents, friends, Trustees, business partners and community members who wish to connect and care for Cedar Crest College. Through our web pages, you may:

  • Connect with Cedar Crest’s social communities on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Review resources and opportunities for alumnae/i.
  • Meet alumnae/i and friends who have provided for the College through a lasting financial gift.
  • Or support the Cedar Crest Fund now.

Your interest demonstrates important support to keep Cedar Crest thriving today while ensuring a great impact in the future.

Thank you for joining us.

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“Thank you so much for the opportunity to be awarded this scholarship and for allowing me to further my education. With the financial aspect of my education not being stressful, I was able to focus more on my schooling and academic priorities compared to worrying about providing another income for my mother. Thank you so much for your support, your time, and your generosity because it has made a significant difference in my life.”

Elayah Toney ’26
Major: Biology (Pre-Veterinary Track)
Donor Stories
  • Megan Stauffer Solt ’08 M’19 Leadership Prize:

“I remember one student told me that I taught her more about accounting in her 3-month internship than she felt she learned in her four years of college. That made me realize my purpose. As a leader, I would not be doing my job if I were not supporting, mentoring, or educating others on my team. I want students to realize their potential as leaders and to be recognized with this prize during their pivotal college years. Cedar Crest has been a part of my life since I was a little girl, and I wanted to leave my legacy at Cedar Crest through this prize for years to come.”

Donor Stories
  • Dr. Megan Kees ‘05 Annual Scholarship:

“I have been fortunate enough to be successful in my career and a part of that is due to the foundation and education I received at Cedar Crest. This scholarship allows me to give back to students that are walking the same path I did back then. Volunteering and giving back are both very important to me; from APO and the Lutz Center at Cedar Crest to the Wildlife Medical Clinic and Veterinary Student Outreach Program at vet school. This scholarship is a way for me to continue to do that,” shared Dr. Kees.