THE WORLD NEEDS VICTORS
The College of LSA’s largest-ever fundraising campaign is ambitious, visionary, purposeful—worthy of the name “Victors.” Our $400 million goal is built upon the cornerstone of the liberal arts: the idea that a powerful, pragmatic, broad education can transform hearts and minds, can solve problems in an ever-changing world, and can yield ideas and innovation across every discipline. The College’s fundraising efforts are focused on three areas: students, Michigan, and the world. The College has also developed priorities for each of its departments. Please click the buttons at right for more information on investing in the next victory for LSA.
Tyler Barrett and Kelly McGill-Barrett have been lifelong cheerleaders for U-M—sometimes literally.
Professor Emeritus John Jackson and wife Gretchen are leaving a legacy of scholarship—and giving—to the University of Michigan.
For staff member Marysia Ostafin, giving back is in her blood.
How Jim Gartenberg’s Family is Keeping His Memory Alive Through an LSA Scholarship
Alumni Larry and Susan Kessler Honor U-M Experiences by Funding New Institute in Psychology
After the tragic death of their daughter Riley, Ian and Mackenzie Sandler have established a scholarship to honor her life and spirit.
How Giving Blueday—and a crazy ’80s graduation bash—inspired a group of friends to give back, by paying it forward.