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Support the Division of Student Affairs

 

Student centered and learning focusedInspiring Student Success

Student Affairs at Tulane University works closely with our students, faculty and staff colleagues to create a rich living and learning environment for our students. Students are the center of our work. As our first and foremost priority, they deserve the greatest educational opportunities and the highest levels of support and quality service. Learning in and outside of the classroom involves helping students make meaning of their academic, social and campus experiences. Student Affairs provides distinctive experiences that engage students in their own learning and in giving back to the community, in turn, this prepares Tulane students to learn and lead in a global society.

In order to expand the classroom and the overall Tulane experience, we depend on the generosity of supporters like you. There are many ways that you can actively contribute to initiatives in Student Affairs. These are unique and timely giving opportunities to connect with, and invest in, the development of Tulane students.

 

Make a Difference….Make a Gift to Student Affairs

Make a difference in the Tulane community by giving to any of our priorities or by giving to any department within the Division of Student Affairs. We depend on supporters like you to expand the rich array of programs and services, and leadership and learning opportunities. Your gift will help us to support our students and contribute to creating a vibrant campus life.

 

What Your Gift Can Do

Your gift to the Division of Student Affairs can:

  • Provide for General Support
    A Tulane Fund gift designated for General University Support helps us address our most pressing needs. To provide for general support, make a Tulane Fund gift designated to General University Support:
  • Create an Endowed Fund
    An endowed fund can provide lasting support for the Division of Student Affairs. We are seeking endowments for scholarships, Professor in Residence Endowed Chair, Multicultural library support, Direction Distinguished Lecture Series, the Wave Wellness Center, and many others. The income from endowed funds is used to support such programs in perpetuity, and can be established at various levels.

  • Support a Capital Project
    The Division of Student Affairs is also seeking funding for a number of one-time capital projects such as upgrading or renovating McAlister Auditorium and supporting the development of Residential College III.

  • Support a Specific Need
    Your gift can be designated for a specific purpose or need. For more information about donating to a specific need, please contact Katie Acuff at kacuff@tulane.edu or 504-314-7334.

    Katie is the Senior Director of Development for Newcomb-Tulane College, the academic home for all of Tulane’s undergraduate students. Katie works with alumni, parents, and friends interested in supporting programs and initiatives geared toward enhancing the undergraduate experience. She received her Bachelor’s degree in International Economics and Finance, as well as her J.D., from The Catholic University of America. She joined the Tulane development team in 2010.

Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188 studnaff@tulane.edu