Have you named St. John’s University in
your will, trust or otherwise included us in your estate
If so, we are pleased to welcome you as a member of The
McCallen Society, our legacy society.
What is the McCallen Society?
The McCallen Society was named after Reverend Thomas J.
McCallen, C.M. whose progressive vision for St. John’s University
included the purchase of the site that would become the Queens
campus. Members of the McCallen Society share Father McCallen’s
foresight and dedication to ensuring the ongoing stability of the
University through their estate plans.
How to Become a member?
Please let us know that you’ve included St. John’s
University in your estate plans. We look forward to properly
thanking you and expressing to you the importance of your gift to
the future of our University. We respect your wishes to remain
anonymous, if you so choose and any details of your gift that you
disclose are held in confidence.
How do we thank you?
When you become a member of the McCallen Society, we thank
you by extending these lifetime benefits:
- Invitations to special events
- Invitation to the Annual McCallen Society Recognition Luncheon
hosted by President, Donald J. Harrington, C.M.
- Selective University publications like the McCallen Message
Newsletter, McCallen Society yearly calendar and Alumni
- Recognized in the St. John’s Honor Roll of Donors
- Access to the St. John’s University Alumni Community
- McCallen Society pin