Recommitting to the Reh Challenge was an obvious choice for Sue and Dave Reh prior to Dave’s passing in August 2018. As we reflect on the impact each donor has made on the University over the past four years, we are encouraged, once again, to honor Dave Reh’s legacy with the continuation of the Reh Challenge 2.0.
The Reh Challenge 2.0 offers you the same challenge — pledge your support over four years and, upon your fulfillment, the Reh family will make an additional gift of $500 to the University. Dave’s legacy for Clarkson doesn’t end there. For the Reh Challenge 2.0, the Reh family is committed to doing more. For those of you who increase your support by 50% from what you pledged four years ago, they will also give 50% more upon completion of your four-year pledge.
Let us honor Dave’s memory and the commitment Sue and Dave have shown over the years and continue to invest in the great experience we all know as Clarkson.
— in honor of Dave Reh ’62, H’17
The money you gift and the matched amount from the Rehs will go back to Clarkson students in need of financial support to attend the University. With more than 96% of our enrolled students needing financial aid, your loyal contributions to Clarkson continue to provide support to 2,900+ students each year.
Simply put, with donations like yours, Clarkson is able to admit and retain scholars of the highest caliber. On behalf of the entire Clarkson community, thank you for your generous contribution and your philanthropic commitment through the Reh Challenge.
Director of Donor Relations
We are able to enroll the best of the best at Clarkson as a result of the additional scholarship support you provide.
Clarkson University awarded nearly 800 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees to students from 34 states, 26 countries and 60 New York state counties at its spring 2018 commencement held on Saturday, May 12.
Clarkson University engineering & management major Brianna Malczewski ’19 is one of 10 students who will travel to Poland as part of the Student Culture, Economic and Diplomacy Immersion trip.
The Clarkson University Chem-E-Car SPEED (Student Projects for Engineering Experience & Design) team placed first at the 2018 American Institute of Chemical Engineers Eckhardt Northeast Regional Student Conference in April hosted by the Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester.
“We owe a lot of our personal growth to Clarkson. We understand that Clarkson programs cannot be sustained with only the tuition and fees paid by students.
We want to see these programs continue long into the future, and they need financial support from alumni like us. Our gifts have allowed the University to pursue strategic initiatives that keep Clarkson marketable and attractive to future students and employers.”
– Ryan ’06 and Maggie ’06 Joy