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Support the College of Arts and Sciences

Gifts of any size, large or small, have a huge impact on the College of Arts and Sciences. You can give online by choosing one of the College of Arts and Sciences funds below.

If you prefer to make a donation by check, mail your check directly to the UO Foundation at:

University of Oregon Foundation, 360 E. 10th Avenue, Suite 202, Eugene OR 97401-3273

Your check should be made payable to the UO Foundation. Include “College of Arts and Sciences” on the memo line.

GIVE ONLINE
Click here to give now to: College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Excellence Fund
This fund is used at the discretion of the Dean, in areas of highest need or highest impact in the College. Funds may be used to support innovative programming, attract and retain nationally recognized faculty, or financially assist talented students.

Click here to give now to: Arts and Sciences Scholarship Fund
Your gift can help the College of Arts and Sciences attract the best and brightest undergraduate students, regardless of their financial circumstances, and help them see their academic program through to completion.

Click here to give now to: Arts and Sciences Graduate Support Fund
Graduate students play a vital role at UO in conducting original research and teaching undergraduate students. The availability of financial support is frequently the decisive element in a student’s choice of a graduate school. Your gift can inspire a graduate student to study at UO.

You can also contact a College of Arts and Sciences fundraiser to discuss gifts of securities, real estate, planned gifts, or arrange a personalized campus tour.

David Welch, Senior Director, (Seattle, Portland, East Coast)
(541)346-3950, dtwelch@cas.uoregon.edu

Mary Ann Ayson, (Southern California, Hawaii, Southern Oregon, Oregon Coast)
(541)346-3903, ayson@uoregon.edu

Renee Gordon, (Northern California, Eugene)
(541)346-2119, rsgordon@uoregon.edu

John McGrath, (Portland)
(503) 412-3726, mcgrathj@uoregon.edu



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