Thank you for your interest in giving to the Division of Student Affairs and supporting the departments and programs that enrich the lives of our students. With your private funds and contributions, you help us improve the overall quality of student life and enhance the student experience at the University of Kentucky. When you consider making a gift to Student Affairs, you are truly making a difference for today's students. Each dollar advances the valuable programs we offer and the important services we provide.
The Student Affairs Development Office is dedicated to establishing new gift programs and supporting the current initiatives of the Division of Student Affairs. The office is charged with the Division's private fundraising activities and is responsible for the development efforts of the Division's eight departments. The office also works closely with parents, alumni, student groups, corporations, and the campus Development Office to promote and enhance the programs and activities available to all UK students.
Cash Gifts ~
A gift of cash is the most commonly used method of giving to Student Affairs. Most cash gifts are directed to special projects or made through the Student Affairs Annual Fund.
In-Kind Gifts ~
Individuals and corporations can make in-kind donations of products or services that are useful to the Division of Student Affairs.
Gifts of Securities ~
Gifts of common stocks, bonds, mutual funds or other appreciated securities may be made to Student Affairs. Depending on the circumstances, the securities will either be managed or liquidated to achieve the donor's goals. A popular benefit of such a gift, beyond the charitable income tax deduction, is that in most cases, capital gains on the appreciation of the securities can be avoided.
Gifts of Property ~
Gifts of real estate and other properties of value may be given to Student Affairs as well. These gifts can often receive the same tax treatment as gifts of securities.
Matching Gifts ~
Many companies match gifts their employees make to Student Affairs. Your employer's human resources department will be able to provide you with additional details.
Active participation in leadership experiences enables UK students to meet their personal, academic and professional goals. By enhancing existing programs and developing new programs and resources, we can help more students find leadership opportunities through the following programs: 1) the Emerging Leader Institute, a 3-credit hour course for freshmen and sophomores interested in advancing leadership skills; 2) the Peer Resource Team, for all things in involvement; and 3) the Leadership Summit, a weekend program for current UK student leaders.
Dr. Larry Crouch, Asst. to Vice President &
Director of Student Affairs Development
112 Frazee Hall
Lexington, Kentucky 40506
Division of Student Affairs | University of Kentucky
103 Frazee Hall | Lexington, KY | 40506-0031
ph (859) 257-1911 fax (859) 323-1067
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