Sherman Field Renovation
The Michigan Tech Football program has developed a master plan for improvements to Sherman Field. The project is broken down into two phases. Phase 1 includes new seating for 2,100 fans and accessible parking along with concrete for the VIP Pavilion. Phase 2 includes an expanded press box, coaching boxes, restrooms and concessions. The total project cost is $3 million. We are at a critical juncture in the life of the Michigan Tech Football program. The university and alumni have invested in the past to improve facilities and generate more financial support for our student athletes. These investments have provided a solid base for building a program that you can have significant pride in. The football facilities are the last area that must be addressed.
We seek your support. Please consider your year-end giving for 2018 and make a gift before December 31 to assist with Phase 2 of the Project. Then we ask you to escalate your giving plans for 2019 by making a second gift by June 30, 2019. This allows you to take advantage of tax deductions over two years and helps us reach our financial goal so we can complete the entire project in time for the 2019 football season.
- Please contact Darcy Way to discuss a significant gift/pledge of more than $10,000
- $5,000 - $9,999
- $2,500 - $4,999
- $1,000 - $2,499
View the master plan drawings here.
Unrestricted operating funds for Football where the needs are greatest.
Your gift will help with the $100,000 needed to update the weight and locker room.
Major Gift Opportunities
Contact Darcy Way, Advancement Officer, Michigan Tech Athletics, at 715-577-0642 or email@example.com, to learn how you can make transformational gifts to the Football Program.
Current Major Gift Needs
Head Coach Endowment Fund
A gift of $1 million establishes an endowment to supplement and/or cover the coach’s salary, to provide stability for the coaching position, and to enable the University to recruit and retain the very best coach.
Program Endowment for Equipment
Your gift of $500,000 creates a sustainable funding source of annual income that may be used to purchase new equipment and/or replace equipment that has exceeded its useful life. This annual income also could be saved over a few years to fund a major equipment investment.