Types of Giving
The College of Education and Human Services at UW Oshkosh helps produce increased numbers of teachers, counselors and human services professionals through increased support in the following areas:
As the cost of education increases, so do our students' needs. Your gift to any of the college’s existing scholarship funds creates a pool of financial resources for promising scholars. Learn more about how your support of the college’s scholarships benefits students. Interested in starting your own scholarship fund? Call (920) 424-3380 for additional information.
Savannah Busnelli (center) , 2011 recipient of the Carla Roberts Special Education Teaching Scholarship, with Carla Roberts and Chancellor Richard H. Wells.
Graduate fellowships provide resources to recruit future educators seeking graduate degrees and to support innovative research conducted by graduate students.
Faculty support provides endowment funds for professorships that help recruit and retain distinguished teaching and research faculty.
Program development funding allows us to provide innovative educational outreach and engagement programming and to respond quickly to community needs or opportunities not provided for in our on-going academic budget.
Facilities and Equipment
Facilities and equipment funding or gifts-in-kind provide support for innovative educational and technological facilities and equipment that helps develop and teach skills necessary for 21st century teaching and learning.
We can assist donors with many different types of planned giving. You can remember the College of Education and Human Services in your will or make us the beneficiary of a charitable remainder trust, a life insurance policy or a gift annuity. Contact Janice Stark at (920) 424-3380 for assistance.
Unrestricted gifts allow Dean Fred Yeo and those who know the school best to respond to the most pressing needs of the College of Education and Human Services. They are particularly valuable because they can be used where they are most urgently needed. These areas may include faculty and student initiatives, equipment for teaching, curriculum and program enhancement, student services, and required matching monies for federal grants.
The possibilities are virtually endless when designating a living legacy/planned gift. Many donors choose to leave a bequest, insurance policy, charitable lead trust, charitable remainder trust, or leave a legacy through the Rose Legacy Society. Others opt to create an original fund or endowment in their own name or in honor/memory of another. Learn More.
Please contact Janice Stark at (920) 424-3380