John W. and Rosemary Kopel Brown received the inaugural Arts Champion Award from the Association of Performing Arts Professionals for their landmark gift that helped establish the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center.
Elizabeth Hobbs always thought she was destined for community college. Auburn seemed financially out of reach until her ACT score opened the door to merit scholarships. But a scholarship from a planned gift is what has made her Auburn Experience truly possible.
Since Congress made IRA Qualified Charitable Distributions permanent in 2015, they have become an increasingly popular way for those 70 ½ and older to give back to the Auburn Family. See why they are a win-win for IRA owners and Auburn.
Arts enthusiast Laura Young Palmer ’70 is a loyal patron and supporter of Auburn University’s Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center. Her current and future support ensures the arts are available to everyone – now and for generations to come.
Invoking the example of legendary figures from Auburn’s past, President Roberts challenges the current generation of the Auburn Family to create its own legacies – allowing Auburn to dream the biggest dreams.