During the 1920s and early ‘30s, the University of Miami was just beginning to establish its roots in what was then rural South Florida. At the heart of the developing campus was the Anastasia Building – the hub of campus life and scholarly study. Over the years, the Anastasia Building, also known as the “Cardboard College,” served many purposes as both the tangible and symbolic foundation of the young and growing University.
With contributions totaling more than $100 million, Anastasia Society members support the University’s quest to accelerate progress, empower learning, intensify its impact on our world, and continue this momentum for future generations.
For more information, please visit the University of Miami’s Donor Recognition website.