Give Now to Art + Design

In the School of Art + Design more than 1,200 students engage and create. Your support helps grow students' creative minds, their confidence, and builds artistic leadership for tomorrow.

Give Now button School of Art + Design General SupportThese gifts support unexpected student and programatic needs, prizes, scholarships and special student opportunities.

Give Now button SCHOOL OF ART + DESIGN SCHOLARSHIP: These gifts directly support our talented students.

Give Now button GRAPHIC DESIGN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: This fund has been created by donations from friends, faculty and alumni to support scholarship for graphic design students in the School of Art & Design.

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Justin Eyerly Memorial Endowed Scholarship: This fund was established with generous gifts from the Portland Trail Blazers and the Eyerly family in honor of Justin Eyerly, who was killed in action in 2004, serving with the Oregon National Guard in Iraq. Justin was an art student and an intern with                         the Portland Trail Blazers.

Give Now buttonROBERT AND NORMANDIE HOLMES ENDOWED TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP: The Holmes created this fund in 2010 to provide an art history student(s) with a travel stipend to engage in academic research related to art history outside of the Portland, Oregon area.

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RICHARD LOUIS BROWN TRAVEL AWARD IN ART HISTORYCreated by Richard Louis Brown, gifts to this fund support the essential student experience of traveling to view original art works outside of the Portland metro area. 


Give Now buttonVISITING ARTISTS Endowed FUND: This fund was established with original donations from School of Art + Design faculty to bring in visiting artists, art historians and architects to give lectures, master classes, create exhibitions and provide students with the essential experience of interacting with                               working professional artists.   


For more information on how your gift can support students in the College of the Arts, please contact Katharine Reed, director of development, at 503.725.3396 or