An education in the College of Arts and Sciences equips students for a lifelong experiences.
These experiences will inform and define their perspective, their work and their lives. However, the financial burden of attending college can prevent these students from unlocking their full potential.
An Arts and Sciences education is important now more than ever. Technology and business industries are demanding more liberal arts graduates, and national studies continue to show that a versatile set of skills and experiences produces productive careers and long-term fulfillment. But when students struggle to pay for tuition, they can’t make the most out of their Arts and Sciences education. Heavy amounts of student loans and financial stress can inhibit academic success, discourage students from pursuing research and internships, and can delay or prevent them from entering graduate school.
When you give to scholarships, you empower Arts and Sciences students to make the most of their education. With lower student loans — or no loans at all — they can focus on the experiences that will enrich their academic and future professional lives. At the College of Arts and Sciences, this means a student-centered environment, top-tier faculty, a wide variety of majors and minors, and access to world-class research opportunities, study abroad programs and career-accelerating internships. Your generosity today will ensure our students have everything they need to pursue any opportunity and succeed.
Give to scholarships to support Arts and Sciences students — and to equip the next generation of artists, scholars and research scientists.
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