Ways to Give
- College of Liberal Arts Annual Fund
Gifts to the Annual Fund provide a way for that are either unforeseen or outside the scope of annual budgets to be met. In the past, annual fund dollars have helped prepare new faculty for the classroom, garner support from alumni, and have helped honor outstanding students and faculty. This fund also helps us bring guest lecturers to campus. Every gift makes a difference.
- College of Liberal Arts Corporate Partner Program
Local businesses and corporations from across Edmond and Oklahoma City are partnering with the UCO College of Liberal Arts. This program helps provide support for student and faculty orientated programs. Partners receive recognition at selected LA events throughout the year. For more information, contact Lea Ann Chandler, Development Manager at (405) 974-3782 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- College of Liberal Arts Departments
Alumni may designate their gift to the academic department of their choice. To make a gift to a Liberal Arts Department, contact the department chairperson or Lea Ann Chandler, Development Manager at (405) 974-3782 or at email@example.com.
Endowments are gifts that keep on giving. The funds are invested by the UCO Foundation, and the interest generated by that investment is used for the purpose you wish to support--scholarships, research, faculty support, and more. A portion of the income is re-invested each year, enabling the endowment to continue to grow and provide a predictable, stable stream of income over time.
- Planned Giving
Smart philanthropy is about making a deliberate decision to redirect money and property away from taxes to institutions of your choice. By including the UCO College of Liberal Arts in your retirement and estate planning, you can diminish your tax burdens while supporting students, faculty, programs, and facilities of the College.
- Corporate and Foundation Gifts
Forming partnerships with industry will enable the College to strengthen its investment in students and foster new opportunities for companies. The College Development Office facilitates mutually beneficial relationships between the College and corporations, foundations, and other non-governmental philanthropic organizations.