Giving to Lehigh Accounting
The Accounting Department continues to positively impact the professional lives of students and graduates. We take great pride in the fine education that we provide and the preparation for careers in professional accounting that we offer to our accounting majors. We recognize that students’ education and training occurs “holistically” both in and out of the classroom. Accounting Department activities, and the university as a whole, benefit from donations by alumni, friends, and employers. These contributions add to the university’s budget allocation to support us in innumerable ways to deliver on our mission. Increased financial support of exceptional MSAIA students through our research assistant program allows gifted Lehigh Business students to succeed and receive an improved educational experience. Your generosity also allows accounting faculty to engage in research and scholarship that informs accounting policy and practice, and enriches our students’ classroom experience. All gifts, large or small, uphold the people and programs that make Lehigh’s Accounting Program exceptional. We need your help. Contributions of any amount to the Accounting Department will assist us in continuing to be nationally recognized by offering a distinctive learning experience to our students and enabling our faculty to be the thought leaders in research and scholarship.
To make a donation through the web form, please click here. When making a contribution to support Lehigh's Accounting Department with a check, or transmittal letter please designate the gift as restricted to the "Endowed Lehigh Accounting Alumni Fund." If you or your employer (for matching gifts) does not indicate that your gift is intended to the “Endowed Lehigh Accounting Alumni Fund,” the gift will not directly benefit the Accounting Department and we will not even be informed of your generosity. Gifts of $1,000 or more are recognized with membership in the university’s Asa Packer Society. You can also mail donations directly to the Accounting Department at the following address: Professor C. Bryan Cloyd, Joseph R. Perella and Amy M. Perella Chair; Department of Accounting, Rauch Business Center #37, 621 Taylor Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015.
Thank you very much - your gift is greatly appreciated!