Named after the Founder of Hanover College, John Finley Crowe, this cumulative giving society recognizes donors who have given $100,000 or more.

When he founded the academy that would ultimately become Hanover College, he did so with the belief that a "good classical education is essential to a full development of the human mind and to that discipline of its powers." So strong was his conviction of its advantages, as well as the desire to make it available as widely as possible, that he set the tuition "at the unusually low rate of five dollars per session, or ten dollars per year."

More than 180 years later, our Founder's dream of an exceptional education for everyone lives on. His vision is a reality because of the faithful support of our donors. Over a period of time, often years, these individuals and corporations have demonstrated their belief in the College’s mission and their understanding of the importance of a Hanover College education.

In addition to the benefits provided under the Moffett Society, members of the John Finley Crowe Society will receive the following:

  • Special invitations to on and off campus events with the President of Hanover College
  • Participation in discussions with the President of Hanover College about the institution
  • Subscription to the President’s Quarterly Newsletter
  • Name recognition within the John Finley Crowe Room within the Campus Center

For more information contact: Miranda Maxwell, Senior Director of Development, 812-866-7034, or maxwellm@hanover.edu

Advocates ($5,000,000 +)

Patrons ($2,500,000 to $4,999,999)

Founders ($1,000,000 to $2,499,999)

Benefactors ($500,000 to $999,999)

Fellows ($250,000 to $499,999)

Ambassadors ($100,000 to $249,999)