The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society
Named for Lebanon Valley College's first president, The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society is comprised of donors who have shown generosity and leadership in their support for the College by contributing $1,000 or more annually.
Members of The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society provide financial aid to deserving students, keep library and laboratory resources current, and ensure that every student receives the best that Lebanon Valley College has to offer.
LVC is grateful for the contributions made by Vickroy members each year. The support of this prestigious group sustains the mission of the College by preparing young people for a life of service and achievement in their communities.
Your membership in The Vickroy Society ensures that each new challenge will become another success story for Lebanon Valley College. Your gift will be used wisely and well, and will have a direct impact on the students and faculty of LVC.
2013 Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society Dinner
The Laurel Wreath
Benefits of Membership
Members of The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society are recognized with a lapel pin in the shape of a laurel wreath. The laurel wreath is an important element of the College seal, representing honor and excellence. It has been chosen as the symbol of The Vickroy Society to honor the achievements of this special group and the exceptional generosity that they have shown to Lebanon Valley College.
- Vickroy Society members are invited to special College events throughout the year and exclusive Vickroy events.
- Vickroy Society lapel pins are given to members so they can proudly display their Vickroy level support of LVC.
- Members' names are listed in a special Vickroy Society section of the annual online Honor Roll of Donors.
Membership in The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society
Membership in the Vickroy Society is open to all alumni, parents, and friends of the College on an annual basis and is available at the following levels:
—Gifts of $10,000 and above
Five Founders' Circle—Gifts of $5,000-$9,999
President's Circle—Gifts of $2,500-$4,999
The 1866 Circle—Gifts of $1,866-$2,499
Society Associate—Gifts of $1,000-$1,865