Annie May Swift Society at the School of Communication
The Annie May Swift Society is named in honor of Annie May Swift, the daughter of businessman Gustavus F. Swift; in 1895, Mr. Swift provided the funding for Annie May Swift Hall, an important center of activity for the School of Communication.
Funds from the society support a wide range of needs and initiatives at the School — from faculty to scholarships and fellowships to facilities expansion. The society includes donors who contribute $1,000 or more to the School of Communication.
Members also receive the benefit of joining the Northwestern University Leadership Circle, a University-wide giving society.
For more information, contact the School of Communication's director of development.