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  • Centennial Circle
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Still Society

This elite donor circle is composed of a diverse group of alumni and friends who are the pillars of philanthropic support for ATSU. Still Society members embrace the University’s mission to train highly skilled healthcare providers, and through their philanthropic spirit and charitable gifts, members advance the future of healthcare education.

Why should I become a member?

A.T. Still University is a private, not-for-profit institution and therefore relies upon the philanthropic spirit and gifts of our donors. Through their charitable investments, Still Society members ensure the future of the University by:

  • Assisting in the recruitment/retention of highly skilled healthcare education
  • Sustaining ongoing programs and academic departments
  • Maintaining existing structures, expanding facilities, and integrating advanced technology in medical education
  • Ensuring financial resources to allow the University to capitalize on new opportunities

How do I become a member?

Annual membership is attained by making an annual gift of $5,000 or more within one calendar year.

Lifetime membership is attained by establishing a lifetime giving record of $50,000 or more through outright or future gifts.

Recognition for members

Still Society members are offered exclusive opportunities to become well informed about the University. Members are honored during a Founder’s Day reception on the Kirksville Campus and a luncheon held in conjunction with the AOA Convention. These events provide members the opportunity to learn firsthand of the University’s new advancements in healthcare.