Monday, October 16, 2017

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The Campaign for SDSU was launched to create new opportunities for student success and to help SDSU continue to develop as a leading public research university. The Campaign for SDSU was launched to create new opportunities for student success and to help SDSU continue to develop as a leading public research university.
 


Gifts of the Week

The Campaign for SDSU has reached $475 million.
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The Campaign for SDSU is the university’s first-ever comprehensive fundraising campaign. It was launched to create new opportunities for student success and to help SDSU continue to develop as a leading public research university.

The Campaign for SDSU has reached a new milestone, with $475 million raised of the $500-million goal.

Following are a few select gifts to the campaign from this week:

The following are some of the gifts received in addition to many others that support all areas of the SDSU campus.

KPMG Foundation has made a gift of $12,000 to support the renovation project for the College of Business Administration.

Alumnus Gilbert Harrison has made two gifts to support an endowed scholarship for veterans and an endowed scholarship for nursing students.

Long-time supporter and community leader Malin Burnham has made a gift to support the Basketball Performance Center.

SDSU has received yet another pledge toward the Confucius Institute in the College of Arts and Letters. This pledge is for $2 million to support programs in the institute.

Campanile Foundation board member Susan Salka, '89, has made another generous gift, this one to the Guardian Scholars program.

About the Campaign 

Since it launched in 2007, more than 45,000 donors, including alumni, friends, faculty, staff, parents and community partners, have contributed to the Campaign for SDSU.

The Campaign aims to create new opportunities for student success and to help SDSU continue to develop as a leading public research university.

To make a gift to SDSU, visit the Campaign for SDSU website