Colleges and programs

Each of the university's colleges and schools has needs that exceed funding provided by the state. Alumni support can range from unrestricted school- or college-based programs to specific departmental projects. These funds focus on scholarships, academic programs, technology upgrades, and support for student organizations.

College of Business Administration expanding section

Gifts to the UWL CBA will support:

• Student development: study abroad opportunities
• Student development: national association meeting and competition attendance
• Faculty and staff professional development, data bases, and software

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College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities expanding section

Gifts to the College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities 

  • Affordability - to support non-tuition related costs such as books and living expenses for students
  • Hands-on learning - in support of those experiences that allow students to practice what they learn in the classroom through activities such as unpaid internships and study abroad
  • Scholarships in the Arts - in support of competing for high-talent students in programs like Art, Music and Theatre
  • Community Partnerships - in support of students, staff, and faculty seeking seed funding to support collaborations between business, non-profits, and the College of Liberal Studies
  • Faculty Excellence - funds to support faculty in innovating for their work with students (collaborative research with students)

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College of Science and Health expanding section

Gifts to the College of Science will support:

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School of Education expanding section

Gifts to the School of Education will support:

  • Advancing the mission of the School of Education (SoE) in supporting students, advancing programs, and impact/outreach activities that directly benefit the schools and communities served and that communicate SoE’s mission.
  • International/Urban Education: To provide opportunities that allow SoE faculty and students to grow globally by working with ethnically, culturally, linguistically, and socioeconomically diverse learners. 
  • School Of Education Annual Scholarship Fund: To support SoE students in the School throughout their college career through funding full or partial tuition costs or other academic needs.
  • Grow Our Own Teacher Diversity Scholarship Program: To partner with local school districts to increase the number of qualified and culturally diverse educators in our communities’ PK-12 classrooms by providing SoE students of color the opportunity to earn an education degree tuition free.

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