The Sustaining Members of the Veterinary Quadrangle
The Sustaining Members of the Veterinary Quadrangle is a gift club created to recognize those who have made a significant investment in ISU's College of Veterinary Medicine. Its members are alumni, friends, businesses and foundations who have contributed a minimum of $7,500 to the college. The club is named after the Veterinary Quadrangle, which served as the college's major facility for 64 years (1912-1976).
The Society of the Gentle Doctor
The Society of The Gentle Doctor is another level of recognition for those who have contributed $2,500 or more to college-related funds. This society is named for the unique statue created by ISU sculptor Christian Petersen.
The Order of the Knoll
The Order of the Knoll acknowledges three giving levels for donors to Iowa State University — the President's Circle, the W. M. Beardshear Society, and the Campanile Society. Membership in the President’s Circle and W. M. Beardshear Society is determined by cumulative giving. Contributors with cumulative outright gifts or pledges totaling $100,000 to $999,999 qualify as members of the President’s Circle, and donors of $1 million or more qualify for the W. M. Beardshear Society. The Campanile Society recognizes and encourages annual giving, and includes individuals who make annual outright gifts of $2,500 or more; young alumni and friends (those under the age of 40) will qualify with annual gifts of $1,500 or more. Many donors are members of more than one Order of the Knoll group, as they understand the importance of both lifetime giving and annual support.