1907 Society

The 1907 Society, named in honor of the founding year of the University of Central Arkansas, gives special recognition to those individuals and organizations that have a cumulative giving level of $50,000 or above.

The 1907 Society consists of five levels, with those levels being named in recognition of many of the former names and symbols of the university. The levels are:

UCA Society — $50,000 – $99,999
SCA Society — $100,000 – $249,000
ASTC Society — $250,000 – $499,999
Normal Society — $500,000 – $999,999
Founders Society — $1,000,000 and above

President’s Club

Membership in the President’s Club is extended to those who contribute $1,000 or more during a calendar year. There are five levels within the President’s Club that are used to recognize the commitment of each members. The levels are named in honor of many of the past President’s of the University of Central Arkansas. The levels are:

Farris Club — $1,000 – $2,499
Snow Club — $2,500 – $4,999
Irby Club — $5,000 – $9,999
McAlister Club — $10,000 – $24,900
Torreyson Club — $25,000 and above

Doyne Society

Members of the Doyne Society have indicated they have left the UCA Foundation as a benefactor of their estate or through one of the many options of planned giving. If you are a member of this honorable club, please let Jan Davis, Director of Planned Giving, know, so you can be properly recognized.

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