The Florida State University Foundation recognizes University supporters through various donor recognition societies based on type and level of giving. These societies provide us with an avenue to thank donors for their generosity and to show, in concrete terms, how their gifts make a positive impact in the lives of individuals and entire communities.
With deep gratitude, we present the donor honor rolls for the 2015–2016 fiscal year as of June 30, 2016.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information presented on these Web pages. Please accept our apology for any errors or omissions. Should you have any changes, corrections or questions, please contact the Donor Relations department at (850) 645-0798.
The Presidents Club honor roll recognizes donors in five different societies named for historically significant dates, benefactors and former University presidents. Gifts that count toward Presidents Club recognition include gifts of cash, stock or property, corporate matching gifts, gifts-in-kind, pledges and irrevocable planned gifts.
1851 Society Honor Roll—$5 million or more in total lifetime giving
Francis Eppes Society Honor Roll ($1 million–$4,999,999 in total lifetime giving)
Edward Conradi Society Honor Roll ($500,000–$999,999 in total lifetime giving)
Doak Campbell Society Honor Roll ($100,000–$499,999 in total lifetime giving)
Robert Strozier Society Honor Roll ($10,000-$99,999 in total lifetime giving)
The James D. Westcott Legacy Society honor roll recognizes all alumni and friends who have designated contributions to Florida State University academic programs in their estate plans.
The GOLDEN RING Society honor roll recognizes graduates of the past 10 years who annually contribute $250 or more to support academics at Florida State University.