Rhodes State Family, "Leave Your Mark" (LYM) Campaign

eci-logo.pngBecause YOU are at Rhodes State College, it is unlike any other place, connection, or entity in the world. Your presence makes it unique, and your impact makes its potential boundless.

This has been true since you came to the College on your first day of work. It is true of each of your colleagues and friends that you've met here. And, it is why we chose this truth as the theme of our Rhodes State Family Capital Campaign. We believe you have left your mark at the College and that you'd like to leave your mark for future generations of Rhodes State College staff, faculty and students. 

So, today, you are invited to, once again, Leave Your Mark (LYM), as we Educate, Collaborate and Innovate together. Explore the Borra Center for Health Sciences, the Emerging Workforce Innovation Center, our goals, milestones, event dates and ways to participate below. If you have questions, please contact us at Development@rhodesstate.edu


How Will You Participate Today?

The Educate Collaborate Innovate Case for Support contains data, testimony, and clear visions for the two capital projects underway: The Borra Center for Health Sciences and the Emerging Workforce Innovation Center at Rhodes State. You can download your copy below.

Case for Support

Fill out the Form below and Leave Your Mark today. Your gift may be pledged and paid via payroll deduction over a period of up to five years/60 months. You can also contact the Rhodes State Development Office with questions by emailing Development@rhodesstate.edu or calling 419-995-8081.


Your pledge or gift will help educate students in collaborative learning spaces, leading to abundant opportunities to innovate with new and continuing partners. Your pledge may also be paid over a period of up to five years/60 months.

All gifts and pledges to the Educate Collaborate Innovate Major Gifts Campaign are deeply appreciated and will be acknowledged. As Rhodes State Employees and a part of the Rhodes State Family, those who commit to contributing 1% or more of their salary will be recognized as members of the Imprint Society. The Imprint Society will be recognized at the openings of the Borra Center for Health Sciences and the Emerging Workforce Innovation Center at Rhodes State.

In addition, there are giving levels that will be open to all contributors. Donors who commit $2500 or greater will be recognized in a permanent display. You can explore all of the giving levels below.

Imprint Society—1% or more of Rhodes State Annual Salary 

Friends—$2,500 to $14,999

Ambassadors—$15,000 to $24,999

Collaborators—$25,000 to $49,999

Partners—$50,000 to $99,999

Innovators—$100,000 to $249,999

Fellows—$250,000 to $499,999

President’s Circle—$500,000 to $999,999

Rhodes Society—$1,000,000+






lmm.pngShow your pride and impact at Rhodes State by adding our Facebook frame to your Profile Picture. Go to your profile at Facebook.com, click the camera next to your profile picture to edit, and select "Add Frame." In the search box, type, "Rhodes State Leave Your Mark" to find and add our frame to your profile picture.

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Click the link below to upload a short video, image or a few sentences about why you chose to "Leave Your Mark." Look for your testimonies on this website and our Facebook page!

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Meet the "Leave Your Mark" Campaign Committee

Ann Best, Assistant Dean, Health Sciences and Public Service
Dave Bruns*, Controller
Nicole Dittman, Senior Director, Student Success
Andrea Goings, Executive Director, Human Resources
Kitt Horn, Dean, K-12 Partnerships
Pam Hughes*, Director, Financial Aid
Kathy Keller*, Project Coordinator, Small Business Development Center
Ahmad Mehmood, Instructor, Mechanical Engineering Technology
Kim Miller, Director, Alumni Relations & Development
Pam Mooneyhan, Administrative Assistant, Business and Administration
Dr. Jeanette Passmore, Dean, Student Services
Kevin Reeks, Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Cara Hurd, Chair and Assistant Professor, Business, Marketing, and Accounting
Paula Siebeneck*, Director, Marketing & Public Relations
Scott States, Technology Specialist
Chad Teman, Director, Adult & Traditional Enrollment