Senior Class Gift Unveiled

Members of the Senior Gift Committee unveiled the 2019 Senior Class Gift, a new entrance sign to the College, on the eve of their Commencement.

A beautiful new sign at the campus entrance was unveiled on Saturday, May 18, 2019.  The sign, which features the College logo in raised letters on a bright red background, was a gift from the Class of 2019.

The Senior Class Gift has become an annual tradition at Dominican College and is a way for graduating seniors to show their appreciation to the College. “Each senior class leaves a legacy at the College,” said Sal Pennino, Sr. Advancement Officer, who advised the student members of the Senior Gift Committee. “The students also learn about giving back to the College, which is important because the College relies upon the generosity and involvement of its alumni.”

Past senior gifts include the Charlie the Charger statue, the Hennessy Center flag pole, the Alumni Book of Remembrance, the Student Life Wall Mural in the Granito Center, and the Flame Art Sculpture.

The members of the 2019 Senior Gift Committee were Autumn Rogers-Vazquez, Bryanna Pimienta, Byany Vasquez, Christine Ditzel, Cliona Smith, Courtney Sakosits, Jovana Jones, Julissa Jones, Kelvin Rosario, and Stephanie Denis.