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Quadrangle Oaks Society

There are many ways to support Delta State University (DSU), but when you plan a gift to the Delta State University Foundation as part of your long-term estate and financial plans, you will support DSU students and programs far into the future while still ensuring your loved ones are taken care of. A gift of any amount, no matter how small or large will help go a long way to assist students who are pursuing their passion. Please consider joining the Quadrangle Oak Society to make this possible.

The Quadrangle Oak Society was named after the majestic oak trees planted by Dr. William Kethley that have graced the quadrangle of Delta State University for over eighty years. Through these years the oak trees have provided beauty to the landscaped entrance at Delta State and provided a feeling of entering honored ground. Just as these majestic oak trees have provided a sense of stability and beauty to the Delta State landscape, your membership in the Quadrangle Oak Society will provide stability for the future of Delta State students and teachers. By joining the Society, the University will be able to bloom and grow as majestically as these oak trees.

The Quadrangle Oak Society recognizes alumni and friends who ensure the future strength of Delta State University by including the University as a direct beneficiary in a planned gift. Members of the Society provide a source of support that DSU can count on, year after year.

Future gift assets in the Quadrangle Oak Society, from well over 45 loyal Alumni and Friends, now exceed $5 million. Planned gifts may be made in the form of a bequest through a will, life insurance policy, charitable trust, stocks and bonds and other forms of appreciated assets.

For additional information about planned giving and joining the Quadrangle Oak Society, please contact Amber Kincaid, Development Officer | Planned Giving Officer, University Advancement by emailing her at [email protected] or calling her at 662-846-4132.