of their important commitment, the Paul K. Scott Loyalty Society honors various levels of loyal giving to Cornell — from our
Charter members who are just beginning their lifelong commitment to
annual giving to our Lifetime supporters who have given to the college
for 20 or more years.
Loyal donors are the cornerstone of Cornell's success. Paul Kenmore “Scotty” Scott ’29, the namesake for Cornell's Loyalty
Society, dedicated most of his life to working for and promoting Cornell
College--as coach of Cornell's 1947 NCAA championship wrestling team and alumni director from 1954 to 1976.
- Gifts of any amount to all areas of the college are counted
towards Loyalty Society membership.
- Consecutive years of giving are
counted by fiscal year, which runs from July 1 to June 30.
- Benefits vary
as alumni reach new and important levels in their commitment to Cornell.
How to Become a Member
Simply make a gift
two years in a row. To sustain your membership and
reach new recognition milestones, make a gift every year. Click here to learn about different ways to give and to make a gift.
2–4 years of consecutive giving
5–19 years of consecutive giving
20 or more years of consecutive giving