$4.15 Million Commitment to Monmouth College to Support Students and Global Engagement

Monmouth College elevates global education with a $4.15 million commitment from alumna Karen Krueger, fostering cultural understanding and enriching student experiences.

Monmouth College secures a significant $4.15 million commitment from alumna Karen Krueger (Class of 1972) for the establishment of the Krueger Center for Global Engagement. The generous contribution will fund the Karen Krueger Chair in Global Engagement and an endowed fund supporting study abroad programs, internships, research projects, language instruction, and campus events. Krueger, a retired U.S. Department of State veteran, aims to broaden students’ global perspectives and foster understanding among diverse cultures. Monmouth President Clarence Wyatt applauds Krueger’s dedication, emphasizing the transformative impact on students and the college’s commitment to shaping well-rounded, globally aware citizens.

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Founded in 1853 and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Monmouth College provides a transformative educational experience within a caring community of learners. A residential liberal arts college that is the birthplace of the women’s fraternity movement, Monmouth College empowers students to realize their full potential, live meaningful lives, pursue successful careers, and shape their communities and the world through service and leadership.

***Courtesy of Duane Bonifer, Monmouth College***


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