Office of Advancement
A gift to Coker is more than just a gift.
By providing much-needed financial assistance through scholarships, your gift brings the benefits of the Coker experience to many of our best and brightest students. Every contribution provides immediate support for scholarships and programs that make rich, transformative experiences everyday life on Coker’s campus. Your gift is an investment that makes it possible for Coker students to build lifelong friendships and launch amazing life stories that will be a source of pride for generations to come.
IT’S ALWAYS A GOOD DAY TO GIVE, but due to the events that have affected our campus community in recent weeks, Coker’s annual day of giving has been rescheduled for March 17-18, 2020. As we mentioned, it’s always a good day to give to Coker University and we’ll gladly accept any gifts today, tomorrow, or March 17-18. Thank you for your continued support.
Annual Scholarship Fund
Gifts to the Annual Scholarship Fund support Coker students, especially those who would not be able to attend Coker without financial assistance.
Your gifts make it possible for students to excel in the classroom, learn from leading faculty, be surrounded by beautiful facilities and enjoy a college experience that is second to none.
Donations to the Annual Scholarship Fund, our most important fundraising program, help provide access for every student admitted to Coker’s academic community.
Without your investment and that of other loyal supporters like you, a college education would be out of reach for many exceptional students interested in Coker.
Being a student-athlete at Coker University requires discipline, dedication, and character.Both on and off the field, the court and the mat, our Cobras give their best to the University and to our community.
At Coker, our home crowds are not just cheering for a championship – we are rallying behind these remarkable student-athletes and letting them know their hard work matters.
The excitement is contagious. The loyalty lasts a lifetime.
We appreciate your support of Coker and our more than 450 student-athletes. Your generous gift will allow us to attract and develop academic and service-minded leaders for our community and nation and around the world.
Kalmia Gardens of Coker University is a public botanical garden containing the Thomas Hart historic house built in 1820, and the Joslin Education Center.
The Gardens provide visitors the opportunity to experience unique woodlands, wetlands, and nature trails. Our thirty-five acre garden supports a great diversity of plant and animal species including “Kalmia latifolia,” mountain laurel, namesake of the Gardens.
This unique living museum is part of the scenic S.C. Cotton Trail and gateway to the Segars-McKinnon Heritage Preserve.
We offer educational programs, picnic areas, a place to relax and reconnect with nature, a beautiful setting for photography, and a green space that adds value to the properties in Hartsville and the surrounding areas.
Visual and Performing Arts
The arts are fundamental to our humanity. They inspire us and foster creativity, goodness, and beauty. They bring us joy, help us express our values, and build bridges between cultures. The arts are a fundamental part of a healthy community – strengthening them socially, educationally, and economically.
The visual and performing arts at Coker have long been a source of pride on the campus, in Hartsville, and throughout the region.
A tradition of excellence has come to be expected in our students and faculty involved in visual art, dance, music, and theatre.
Your gift today to the arts will make a difference in the lives of the young, aspiring artists and performers at Coker. Your financial support
today will help prepare these students for the next stage of their educational journey.
Thank you for your support!
Please take a moment today to make your gift to Coker. We are very grateful for the trust you place in us to use funds wisely. Know that you are a valued member of the Coker University community and your generosity is appreciated.