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Every gift received by the College of Arts & Sciences can make a difference in the lives of our undergraduate and graduate students.
MAKE A GIFT
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In laboratories, museums, state houses and non-profit offices, students in CAS learn the lessons that will help them pick and pursue future careers. Our students rely on internships and hands-on learning experiences to build their resumes, expand their knowledge and broaden their horizons. Your gift makes a difference by providing critical support to help students access these life-changing opportunities.
SUPPORT EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
Faculty in CAS are problem-solvers, creators, artists and leaders. They are experts in their fields and curious researchers, while also serving as inspiring mentors and dedicated teachers. Faculty are critical to the success of our students and the University as a whole. Your gift can help CAS recruit, retain and recognize its outstanding faculty and continue to bring in the minds that will cultivate our students and tackle the challenges of tomorrow.
SUPPORT OUR FACULTY
CAS is uniquely positioned to help students pursue their passions and learn to translate their skills across many industries, so that they ultimately find a rewarding future after graduation. Through mentorship, instruction and access to unique resources and learning opportunities, CAS helps students turn their ambitions into opportunities.
SUPPORT CAREER READINESS
CAS is committed to creating a transformative learning experience for all students, engaging them with new ideas, new environments, new technology and new perspectives. Your gift to establish an endowed scholarship or support an existing one can help the college and UD fulfill its mission of providing a world-class education for all.
Every day, CAS alumni and friends continue to make a difference for current and future Blue Hens by supporting their academic passions and creating opportunities to pursue their dreams with the support of a scholarship.
"As an educator, I really know the unlevel playing field that many students are faced with. I know the students who are going to benefit from this scholarship have jumped through a heck of a lot of hoops even to qualify for college. So, if we can do our little part to make that happen through the creation of a scholarship to help first-generation students pursue their goals at UD, that to me is a significant difference."
Marybeth Auletto, AS87, who established the Auletto Scholarship with her husband, John
Philanthropic support helps connect students with incredible mentors and unique learning opportunities, like the ones created when students have the opportunity to learn from visiting scholars through the National Agenda speaker.