#CampbellTAGDay is Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018
Every year on the Thursday before Homecoming, more than 400 tags are placed on buildings and items — including offices, campus landmarks, sports equipment, and classrooms — to serve as a visual reminder that donor generosity has helped make Campbell what we know and love.
TAG Day, or Thank A Giver Day, allows students the opportunity to share their appreciation to our donors through social media and written thank you notes. Join us and show your appreciation for donors who made the Campbell experience possible.
A video for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship.
Record a short video thanking donors with an item tagged around campus and post it on your Instagram or Twitter feeds with the #CampbellTAGDay hashtag.
The student who creates the most innovative video will receive a $1,000 scholarship. Second- and third-place winners will also receive a prize.
Email your video to email@example.com if your account is private or you want to confirm we saw your post. Deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. on TAG Day. All videos are subject to being posted online.
A photo for a chance to win Beats by Dre headphones.
Take a selfie with a tagged item on campus that you’ve benefited from and post it to your social media feeds with a short note of thanks and the #CampbellTAGDay hashtag.
The student with the most creative and sincere selfie will be named the winner by the Office of Stewardship & Donor Relations.
Stop by Academic Circle from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to enjoy music, a photo booth and sweet treats from famously delicious food trucks.
The first 1,000 students will receive a free T-shirt by taking a few minutes to write a thank you note to a donor and showing us their tagged video or selfie posted on social media.
This year, we’re introducing the Wall of Thanks and we need your help decorating it with thoughtful messages of gratitude.
Don’t forget to tag other students when you post your #CampbellTAGDay selfie.
Click each tag to learn a little bit about the names and stories behind some of the most prominent buildings on campus. Supporters impact nearly every aspect of campus life from capital projects to enrichment opportunities like study abroad. Last year, nearly 10,300 gifts made an impact of more than $21 million. Alumni contributed about 2,400 of those gifts and 96 percent of University employees donated.
The University’s Campbell Leads campaign seeks support to provide opportunities for students to continue to develop quality leadership skill and experiences. Campaign gifts can be made to support the construction of a state-of-the-art student union or increase the endowment to provide more scholarship opportunities.