Celebrate GSU's birthday and the Day of Giving this year by donating a gift to the areas you are most passionate about. 

Click on the various giving options below to learn how your contribution will make a difference.


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    Many of our students face food, housing, and technology insecurities, which have only worsen due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With your donation to the COVID-19 Student Assistance Fund, you can help our students receive the resources they deserve to live a safe and healthy life.



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    Your contribution to the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) will help students' creativity flourish and improve the technology they need to advance their professional skillset. Here are just a few ways your investment in CAS will benefit students: 

        - Writing Fellows
        - STEAM Camp
        - Art Gallery
        - Dance Company



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    Giving to the College of Business (COB) will make sure our programs nurture aspiring entrepreneurs to succeed in the business careers. Your gift will help fund some of these resources and networking opportunities for COB students:

        - Business Week
        - Trips to national conferences for professional development
        - Access to modern software tools that enhance the educational experience and develop imperative       skills for the future



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    Support the next generation of leaders in the fields of education, counseling, and psychology by providing a gift to the College of Education (COE). Your donation will ensure some of the following resources stay available for COE students:

        - Counseling Lab
        - Student teaching opportunities and other field experiences for future teachers
        - Psychology Club



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    Devoting your funds to the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) will guarantee our future nurses, social workers, healthcare providers, occupational therapists, and physical therapists will take care of our community. Here are some of the areas your gift will provide aid for:

        - Educational and professional networking opportunities at campus symposiums and conferences
        - State-of-the-art tools and labs for hands-on learning experiences
        - Opportunities to practice in a real-life, clinical setting



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    Since the implementation of GSU's Athletics Program, our students have thrived academically and athletically. In order to ensure our student athletes will always have the opportunities to showcase their talents in the sport they love, we need your help. Your contribution to GSU's Athletics Program will provide student athletes the equipment, facilities, and programs they need to continue succeeding in the classroom and winning championships.



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    Before GSU broke ground, the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park was established–captivating appreciators of art for over a half-century; now, it is regarded as one of the top ten sculpture parks in the world.

    As entrance into the park is free, we need your help to ensure the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park can preserve its beautiful works of art and surrounding landscape for years to come. No matter the amount, your donation guarantees that visitors will always be able to revel in the beauty the park has to offer.



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    The Center for Performing Arts (CPA) is a cultural hub for all forms of artistic expression; it gives GSU students a chance to present their talents to the community, as well as the privilege to experience the exciting events that frequent the theatre. Make a donation to the CPA today to support its legacy of showcasing diverse and innovative acts.



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    GSU offers many types of scholarships to make sure the exceptional education we provide is accessible to all students. With your financial assistance, we can guarantee that no student is excluded from the education they deserve.



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    Remember, no matter the amount, any contribution to GSU will help the university flourish. By giving to GSU's General Fund, you will be guaranteeing that all of our students receive an exceptional and accessible education.