Campaign Progress – August 2016

Major Gift Announcements 

The Department of Athletics received a $1.5 million regular active pledge in support of the CSU Stadium.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $1.2 million outright cash gift in support of quantifying multiplexed RNA.

The College of Agricultural Sciences received a $1 million gift in support of the Global Food Innovation Center in honor of Gary and Kay Smith ($900,000) and the Animal Sciences Building Maintenance Endowment ($100,000).

The Office of Enrollment, Academic, and Student Affairs received a $1 million outright cash gift in support of the Fostering Success program.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $1 million revocable commitment bequest in support of the College of Natural Sciences.

The College of Health and Human Sciences received a $403,434 outright cash gift in support of Department of Human Development and Family Studies community outreach.

The Department of Athletics received three $105,266.59 regular active pledges in support of football premium seating.

The Department of Athletics received two $148,304.55 regular active pledges in support of football premium seating.

The Office of Enrollment, Academic, and Student Affairs received a $283,092.30 outright cash gift in support of the Sean “Ranch” Lough Memorial Scholarship.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $255,000 outright cash gift in support of Herbert Allen Innovation Equine Orthopaedic Therapies.

The Department of Athletics received a $218,911.12 regular active pledge in support of football premium seating.

The College of Health and Human Sciences received a $205,191 outright cash gift in support of Department of Human Development and Family Studies community outreach.

The College of Agricultural Sciences and the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences shared a $202,000 regular active pledge, with Agricultural Sciences receiving $172,000 to support the National Western Stock Show Scholarship ($135,000), National Western Stock Show Graduate Scholarship in Animal Sciences ($33,000), and National Western Stock Show/Jim Henry Scholarship ($4,000), and CVMBS receiving $30,000 to support the National Western Scholarship in the Professional Veterinary Medical Program.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $200,000 revocable commitment bequest in support of the Carol L. Baird Memorial Scholarship Endowment ($100,000) and the Walter C. Wittich Memorial Scholarship Endowment ($100,000).

The Office of Alumni Relations received a $150,000 outright cash gift in support of the Micheal & Iris Smith Alumni Center.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $150,000 regular pledge in support of the Jerry Deffenbacher Scholarship in Psychology.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received two $75,000 regular active pledges in support of Companion Animal Health/Nestle Purina Small Animal Resident in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.

The Department of Athletics received two $55,471.82 regular active pledges in support of football premium seating.

The College of Health and Human Sciences received proceeds of $107,000 from the CM Career Fairs to support the Phelps Internship Placement Program Endowment.

The Department of Athletics received a $105,255.59 regular active pledge in support of football premium seating.

The College of Engineering received a $100,000 outright cash gift in support of the Atmospheric Science Hurricane Research program.

The College of Engineering received a $100,000 outright cash gift in support of research focused on groundwater contamination and remediation.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $100,000 outright cash gift in support of the Leslie Cavarra Buttorff Scholarship.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $100,000 regular active pledge in support of Elliott’s Long Paw Scholars ($75,000) and One Cure ($25,000).

The Department of Athletics received a $92,453.06 regular active pledge in support of football premium seating.

The Department of Athletics received a $79,562.42 regular active pledge in support of football premium seating.

The College of Agricultural Sciences received a $75,000 outright cash gift in support of research on drought adaptation.

The College of Engineering received a $75,000 outright cash gift in support of advancing research and development in the area of groundwater contamination and remediation.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $75,000 outright cash gift in support of One Cure.

The Department of Athletics received a $73,962.42 regular active pledge in support of football premium seating.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $61,000 outright cash gift in support of the Harmonious Software Scholarship Endowment ($59,000) and the Harmonious Software Scholarship ($2,000).

The College of Business received a $60,000 outright cash gift in support of the Hicks Family Scholarship.

The Department of Athletics received a $59,496.82 regular active pledge in support of football premium seating.

The Department of Athletics received a $58,709.62 regular active pledge in support of football premium seating.

The CSU Todos Santos Center received a $55,280 regular active pledge in support of community language instruction programs.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $55,000 outright cash gift in support of the Magnetics Program.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $50,895 gift of securities in support of the Denise Rutherford and Maurice Kuypers Undergraduate Scholarship in Chemistry and for the scholarship expendable account.

The College of Engineering received a $50,000 outright cash gift in support of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Professorship in Groundwater Endowment ($25,000) and groundwater engineering ($25,000).

The College of Health and Human Sciences received a $50,000 regular active pledge in support of the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $50,000 outright cash gift in support of the Center for Companion Animal Studies.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $50,000 revocable commitment in support of the CSU Radiation Health Scholarship Endowment.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $50,000 outright cash gift in support of a research project – “Defining the Immunological Landscape of Canine Cancer” – for One Cure.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $50,000 active revocable commitment in support of the Sisinyak Legacy.

The Warner College of Natural Resources received a $50,000 outright cash gift in support of the Katharine E. Compton Field Experience Scholarship Endowment.

Campaign Progress *

NUMBER OF GIFTS RECEIVED:
200,987
NUMBER OF DONORS:
83,318
PERCENTAGE TO GOAL:
64.4%

* As of Aug. 19, 2016