Lory Society

Transformational Impact

The Lory Society is named in honor of Charles A. Lory, president from 1909 to 1940, who oversaw the transition from Colorado Agricultural College to Colorado State College of Agricultural and Mechanic Arts (Colorado A&M).

Lory Society members share a sense of stalwart community with the University, a profound commitment to the University’s land-grant mission, and have transformed Colorado State University. Because of these members, we are able to seek answers to global questions, support the communities that we exist to serve, and provide students with the knowledge, experience, and insight to become our leaders of the future.

Lory Society Members:

• Are celebrated for total cumulative lifetime giving of $1M or more
• May designate their gifts to areas of the donors’ choosing at CSU
• May be an individual or couple, corporation, foundation, or organization

Benefits Provided to Lory Society Members Include:

• Additional connection opportunities with CSU leadership
• Those with fulfilled commitments of $1M or more will have a brick placed in the heart of the Oval in their honor
• Invitations to key CSU events, such as the 1870 Dinner and the members-only President’s Gala
• Preferred seating and special recognition at select University events
• Priority communications regarding University initiatives and programs

The Lory Society at Colorado State University is managed by the Office of Donor Relations and Stewardship.
For more information, please contact:
Colleen Meyer, Managing Director, at (970) 491-3110 or Colleen.Meyer@colostate.edu