Campaign Progress – June 2017

Major Gift Announcements 

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

The Office of Alumni Relations received a $719,394.62 regular active pledge in support of the Iris and Michael Smith Alumni Center.

The College of Agricultural Sciences received a $300,000 revocable commitment bequest in support of the Fred and Margaret Ricks Scholarship.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $300,000 revocable trust commitment in support of the Sumner M. Morrison Memorial Scholarship Endowment.

A $244,000 gift was received with allocations of $202,000 to the College of Agricultural Sciences in support of graduate scholarships in animal sciences ($44,000), Jim Henry scholarships ($8,000), and undergraduate scholarships ($150,000); and $42,000 to the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in support of scholarships in the Professional Veterinary Medicine Program.

The Warner College of Natural Resources received a $182,106.60 outright cash gift in support of the Jack S. Barrows and John H. Dieterich Scholarship in Fire Science Endowment.

The Office of Research and Interdisciplinary Programs received a $180,000 outright cash gift in support of the Center for the New Energy Economy Program.

The Division of Student Affairs received a $100,000 gift in support of construction of the Health and Medical Center Building.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $75,072 outright gift-in-kind in support of the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences received a $75,000 outright cash gift in support of the Canine Performance Fellowship.

The Department of Athletics received a $50,000 regular active pledge in support of the new CSU stadium.

The Department of Athletics received a $50,000 regular active pledge in support of the Ram Legacy Scholarship.

The College of Business received a $50,000 regular active pledge in support of the Moore Family Scholarship Endowment.

The College of Natural Sciences received a $50,000 outright cash gift in support of the Kathleen, Thor, and Kara Juneau Fellowship in Chemistry Endowment.

A $50,000 outright cash gift was received with allocations of $30,000 to the Office of Research and Interdisciplinary Programs in support of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability and $20,000 to the College of Natural Sciences in support of the School of Advanced Materials Discovery.

Campaign Progress *

NUMBER OF GIFTS RECEIVED:
249,355
NUMBER OF DONORS:
98,856
PERCENTAGE TO GOAL:
80.19%

* As of June 16, 2017