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Division of University Advancement

Where Passion, People and Purpose Unite

Winthrop continues to distinguish itself as a university of first choice, grounded in a student-centered education provided by a faculty committed to prepare students for successful and fulfilling lives. Individually and collectively, Winthrop University donors and philanthropists have an immediate impact upon the sustained quality of education provided to our students. Winthrop continues to receive national recognition, including its eighth-place ranking among Southern public universities by U.S. News & World Report, due in part to the private support of our donors.

To learn more about how you can make more of an impact, please contact University Advancement at 803/323-2275.

Thank you for your continued interest and philanthropic support of our students and their aspirations.

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Reasons to Give

Reasons to Give
Donor support enables our students to maximize the benefits of their Winthrop experience.

Giving Options

During this season of giving, the Winthrop community is grateful for the support of alumni and friends. Your gifts help create a model learning community that produces successful graduates prepared for a lifetime of leadership and service in an increasingly global society. Please consider making a gift to the Winthrop Fund this season. There are several ways to make a gift to Winthrop.

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Rock Hill, South Carolina

Rock Hill, South Carolina
Winthrop's Hometown

Rock Hill, South Carolina

Winthrop is located in Rock Hill - a booming suburban city in South Carolina. There's so much to see and do - from unique local restaurants and shopping to a plethora of entertainment and recreation opportunities. Just 20 minutes north, you will find all the big city amenities of Charlotte, North Carolina.

Carra Lyons '18

My Winthrop Experience

More than a decade ago, Carra Lyons ’18 had a life that looked very different than it does today. She had to abruptly stop her K-12 education at the age of 12 for family and financial reasons. She obtained her GED at 17, started at York Technical College at 21 and then transferred to Winthrop, where she would graduate from the honors program.



    Last Updated: 1/7/20