Support the College of Urban and Public Affairs
Gifts of support from alumni, community members, businesses and philanthropic foundations are greatly appreciated. Your gift can make an impact on the life of a student in the classroom or on a research or service project. There are many ways to help and a gift of any size makes a difference.
"Being awarded scholarship funding encouraged me to know that others believed in my potential enough to invest in my education. This support not only provided me with inspiration and accountability, but allowed me to fully focus on my studies, rather than worrying about making ends meet or massive debt upon graduation. I am so grateful for this opportunity to pursue my passion."
-- Cary Watters, Master of Urban and Regional Planning
The Dean's Opportunity Fund
Funds ensure that the Dean can continue to nurture and support student travel, visiting scholar programs, faculty research, the expansion of our academic programs, and academic innovation.
The Nohad and Dirce Toulan Memorial Fund
Nohad and Dirce, forever the first couple of the College of Urban and Public Affairs, passionately supported the students in the College. The Nohad and Dirce Toulan Endowed Scholarship provides needed resources to graduate students in the Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning.
The work of the College of Urban and Public Affairs would not be possible without the generosity of our alumni, donors and friends.
To inquire about making a gift or to contribute to one of the College's other funds, contact Crystal Froembling, Development Director at 503-725-4044 or firstname.lastname@example.org.