College of Architecture, Design & Construction

Circle of Excellence

The Circle of Excellence is a family of alumni and friends whose unrestricted annual gifts enable the college of Architecture, Design and Construction to address immediate priorities and important investments.

With the establishment of a curriculum in 1907, Auburn was one of the first universities to offer a degree in architecture. To honor CADC's rich history and vast, impressive accomplishments, members of the 1907 Circle are in the highest level of annual giving and provide gifts totaling $3,000 or more each year.

 

Members of the 1907 Circle have the opportunity to lease season-long home football game parking spaces on an annual basis. Donors whose gifts are recieved by May 1 prior to each upcoming football season qualify. Parking is guaranteed for 1907 donors who request by May 1. 

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In 1927, the architecture department became the School of Architecture and Applied Arts under the direction and leadership of its first dean, Frederick Biggin. Members of the Biggin Circle are recognized through gifts totaling $1,000 - $2,999 annually.

 

Members of the Biggin Circle have the opportunity to lease season-long home football game parking spaces on an annual basis. Donors whose gifts are recieved by May 1 prior to each upcoming football season will qualify. For Biggin Circle members, parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Circle 10 recognizes the generosity of alumni and friends who graduated within the past 10 years. Circle 10 members enjoy many benefits of the Circle of Excellence by making an annual qualifying gift based on years since graduation.

 

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Dara Hosey

Dara Hosey

Development Manager

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