You can invest in education at ASU New College and provide opportunities to students and faculty through either planned giving or outright gifts that often carry special tax incentives. There are four broad areas that private giving supports, and we invite you to explore meaningful opportunities with College staff to meet your needs, as well as the College’s.
Students - Providing financial assistance to good students who demonstrate financial need is a priority for ASU and New College. Scholarships for undergraduates and graduate students help keep ASU affordable.
Faculty - Our outstanding faculty often become targets for recruitment from other schools across the country. Endowed professorships and chairs provide funds sheltered from changing economic times and allow us to retain your favorite professors here at ASU. On a more modest level, faculty can be rewarded with funds that support technology, participation in professional conferences and awards to recognize outstanding teaching, research and service.
Programs - Funds to enhance programs benefit students and faculty through enrichment opportunities, including international study programs, student academic support services and special research and outreach programs.
Facilities - As technology changes at a seemingly torrid pace, it is imperative that students and faculty are working in dynamic and contemporary spaces. Upgrades to laboratories, classrooms and computer systems are now a never-ending process.
For more information about how you can invest in education, contact Herschel Fink, at 602-543-5308 or email: Herschel.Fink@asu.edu