Elizabeth Kunz

Elizabeth Kunz

DeForest, Wisconsin
Child Life Education and Religious Studies
I am the oldest of 5 children and the first in my family to attend college. Scholarships allow me to focus less on the finances, and more on my studies. I love being a part of a service based community and because of scholarships – because of you - I have time to give back to the community. I’m proud to say that after my third Bonner Leader/Americorps term, I’ve completed more than 900 hours of community service with 30 different organizations. Your gift has opened up my mind, my time and my heart to pursue my passion of giving to others – it’s pushed me to grow both in my faith and knowledge of diversity. Simply put – I wouldn’t be here without you.

Kimberly Knauf

Kimberly Knauf

Savage, Minnesota
I’m a mom – a wife – a returning adult student – an employee – a scholarship recipient. Like a lot of us, finding time to balance all that life brings is tough. Your support means I can go to class and study hard, work a little less, and still have time to throw off my scrubs and make it to the 4:00 football games for my sons. In May, I will graduate with the skills, confidence, and compassion I need to provide for my family and the patients and families I will serve. On behalf of my family, my boys, and the thousands of families I will serve as a nurse, thank you from the bottom of my heart. I hope to someday be able to follow in your footsteps by providing scholarships to deserving students – just as you have done for me and my family.

Jorge Zuniga

Jorge Zuniga

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Theatre Arts and Business Management
Going to a private college wasn’t my first choice. My thinking was college is expensive and I didn’t want to burden my parents. When my dad lived in Mexico, he was only able to finish middle school. My mom received her high school degree. Because of your gifts and the hard work of my family, I am breaking the cycle and will graduate with a college degree. I am the oldest in my family. I am hoping I will lead my two brothers and one sister with the good choices I am making. I know I will leave here with the leadership skills I need to be an active citizen of the world. Edgewood College wasn’t my first choice – it was my best choice.

Your Impact

Sr. Mary Nona McGreal Society

Alumni, friends, and visionary leaders who make an annual investment in Edgewood College.

The Sr. Mary Nona McGreal Society recognizes alumni, friends, and visionary leaders who make an annual investment in Edgewood College. The Society not only remembers one of the College's most dynamic leaders, but also honors our benefactors who bring distinction to the College through their dedication to providing our students with a meaningful education focused on both personal and professional growth. 


Membership Levels

Sr. Mary Nona McGreal Society membership levels are based on cumulative giving during the College's fiscal year running July 1 - June 30. Benefactors retain membership status for the fiscal year following their initiation year.

  • Platinum - $10,000+
  • Gold - $5,000 - $9,999
  • Silver - $2,500 - $4,999
  • Bronze - $1,000 - $2,499
  • Member - $500 - $999


  • Invitation to special events
  • Special recognition on the website, in publications, and on the Benefactor Wall on campus
  • Subscription to the Edgewood College Magazine

2016-2017 Members

2016-2017 Members

Previous Members

2015-2016 Members
2014-2015 Members
2013-2014 Members
2012-2013 Members
2011-2012 Members
2010-2011 Members

Magazine, Financial Statement, & Benefactor List

View the Edgewood College Magazine, Financial Statement, and Benefactor Listing online.

Fall 2016 Edgewood College Magazine Cover

Edgewood College Magazine

Fall 2016 (current issue) Spring 2016
Fall 2015
Winter 2015
Spring 2014
Fall 2013
Spring 2013

Financial Statement 2015, 2016 Cover

Financial Statement

Years Ended June 30, 2016 and 2015

Benefactors List Cover

Our Benefactors