Division of Student Affairs

Giving to Student Affairs

 

Your gift makes a difference!

Outside financial support helps to ensure that the Division of Student Affairs is able to continue its work shaping leaders and fostering the development of students. Through our programs, services, and partnerships, we help enrich the education of every student and assist in their transformation.

Please consider making a gift to a program or department in support of this important work.

Giving Opportunities

There are many ways you can give to the Division of Student Affairs:

Student Organizations

A fulfilling student experience is more than just time spent in the classroom. With 120+ student organizations that represent an eclectic mix of academic, social, international, recreational, religious, professional, and special interest groups, making a gift to an UMSL student organization helps ensure that our students graduate with a well-rounded college experience.

Click here to view a complete list of UMSL student organizations. To make a gift to a student organization, please contact Dr. Brenda McPhail, Associate Vice Chancellor of University Advancement, at bmcphail@umsl.edu or visit Online Giving at UMSL

Non-monetary Donations

Help us to sustain our high quality programming, which creates memorable experiences and learning opportunities for all students, by providing gifts in the following areas:

Programmatic Gifts

Donate to one of our signature student programs. These time-honored events make us Tritons–what better way to give than to help bring life to the future of a tradition? Some events include:

Departmental Gifts

Donate to the department of your choice. Each area is working diligently to serve our students. The Division is grateful for any kind of assistance helping us to further sustain our offerings.


To make your gift or to speak with us about giving opportunities, please contact:

Dr. Brenda McPhail
Associate Vice Chancellor of University Advancement
314.516.6503
bmcphail@umsl.edu

or visit Online Giving at UMSL