Office of Gift Planning
M—F, 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m. PST
Lone Mountain Rossi,
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080
Anne Dolan was a trailblazer. In 1943, she was among the first women to enlist in the U.S. Navy. She then went on to earn a doctoral degree in education from Northwestern University. And in 1964, shortly after the University of San Francisco became fully coeducational, Anne Dolan became the first dean of women.
Anne retired in 1987, but she continued to support USF every year for more than 20 years, paving the way for others as she always did. Anne established an endowed scholarship to help student athletes complete their degrees and also planned a gift for USF's future.
Her planned gifts included a life income gift, which provided her with monthly payments until her death last fall, and a gift through her will designated for her scholarship. That gift continues the legacy Anne established during her lifetime.
Read more about Frances Anne Dolan's legacy and the impact her gift has had on students at USF.
We provide this information to illustrate the potential financial benefits of supporting USF. These illustrations should not be viewed as legal, accounting or other professional advice. We encourage our alumni and friends to consult with their own legal and tax advisors before completing a gift.