GO: The Campaign for Lehigh

Provost Pat Farrell presented Witt with a Lehigh medallion during a dinner at the President's House.

Faculty and staff gathered at a town hall to learn about Research Futures, a plan to invest significantly in research throughout the university.

Members of the Lehigh community gathered at a reception to welcome Witt and hear her vision for the College of Health.

As inaugural dean, Witt will oversee the continued development of the College, which will launch in Fall 2020. 

Frank Ingrassia ’75 ’16P and his wife, Elizabeth McCaul, establish The Ingrassia Family Men’s Head Soccer Coach Endowed Fund.

The 720-bed residential facility will bring new vitality, greater collaboration to the center of campus.

Seven alumni panelists shared their experiences as first-generation college students.

Lehigh continues to move forward with plans for new College of Health.

The first major gift of the public phase of GO: The Campaign for Lehigh is from Chair of the Board of Trustees Kevin L. Clayton ’84 ’13P and his wife, Lisa A. Clayton ’13P.

Lehigh kicks off GO: The Campaign for Lehigh and announces a $20 million gift from Kevin L. Clayton ’84 ’13P and Lisa A. Clayton ’13P to support the renovation and expansion of the University Center.