Giving to USF
560Student with Arms Outstretched

Frank Noonan '56


I started at USF with the class of 1956. At that time I was working two jobs as well as being involved with school activities. My grades were coming in third place. So I decided to join the Army in order to get the G.I. bill. It was during that process of deciding that the professors were very supportive and encouraging. That made a great impression on me and that is part of the reason I support USF today. After my military service I went back to USF and graduated with the class of 1959 and went on to become a CPA. I feel very strongly about the importance of Catholic education. In our world today you need the spiritual guidance that a Catholic education offers. I hope my contributions to the university help USF give more students the gift of a Jesuit education.