Tennis Facility Renderings Unveiled
Sept. 8, 2022 — Artists’ renderings of the Lummis Family Tennis Center were unveiled as Fred and Claudia Lummis, both BA’76, and their sons—Fred III, Dan, BA’05, and Ben, BA’08—have made the lead gift with the goal of inspiring and facilitating gifts from other alumni and donors to champion state-of-the-art tennis facilities to benefit both the Vanderbilt and greater Nashville communities.
Stadium Naming Rights
Aug. 29, 2022 — Vanderbilt University and FirstBank have signed a 10-year football stadium naming rights and campus collaboration agreement.
About Vandy United
The largest undertaking of its kind in school history, Vandy United represents a bold step for Vanderbilt Athletics.
A $300 million investment in student-athletes and athletics programs, the Vandy United Fund will support major facilities and operational enhancements. Vandy United will elevate each sport at Vanderbilt, transform the athletics footprint on campus, build the best student-athlete experience in college sports and create an immersive gameday experience for Commodore Nation.
Vanderbilt will invest $100 million toward the campaign and has secured an additional $100 million in donor gifts, including a $10 million gift from John R. Ingram, a Board of Trust member and longtime supporter of Vanderbilt Athletics. Now, Vanderbilt is reaching out to the entire Commodore Nation to help support the future of Vanderbilt Athletics.
“Each of these projects is a significant undertaking in its own right; taken together, they catapult Vanderbilt’s ability to enhance success on and off the field for all of our student-athletes.”
– Candice S. Lee, Vice Chancellor for Athletics and University Affairs and Athletic Director
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