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Friday, March 24, 2023

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Gifts of the Week

The Campaign for SDSU has reached the $492 million mark.

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

Alumna Joanne Lane has established an endowment for computer science scholarships with a gift of $116,000.

A bequest for $155,000 from alumna Dorothy Shumway will also establish an endowment for computer science.

Project Lead the Way, Inc. donated $31,000 for the SDSU Project Lead the Way Program.

Alumna Dorothy Peirera pledged $7,000 to support Love Library.

Professor Emeritus Lindsay Carter donated $25,000 for a scholarship endowment in the College of Health and Human Services.

KPMG made a gift of $13,000 for the College of Business Administration Renovation Project.

Two members of the SDSU Los Angeles Regional Council have given $3,000 to launch a scholarship endowment.

Campanile Foundation Board member and alumna Susan Salka has made a bequest commitment of $1,000,000 to support capital and educational program development at SDSU.  

With these new gifts, The Campaign for SDSU has reached the $492 million mark. 

About the Campaign

Through The Campaign for SDSU, the university will move forward with strategic investments in people and programs.

Private funding is needed to attract and retain top faculty, support innovative programs and assist talented students through scholarships.