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Thank you for considering a gift to the UO Graduate School. University representatives are available to assist you with structuring a gift that is right for you. Please contact the Interim Dean of the Graduate School, Janet Woodruff-Borden , to get started.

Do you have a passion for graduate education? Click here, to support graduate student excellence, and the services and programs that enrich the graduate student experience.

Would you prefer to support graduate student scholarships and awards? You can visit the UO Foundation Giving website, select "I want to view additional options," and select "Graduate School Student Support Fund," which is under the "Scholarships" category.

You can also contribute to the Sandra Morgen Public Impact Graduate Fellowship, which recognizes and supports graduate students whose research has the potential to have a significant impact on society. We are pleased that this award is now endowed in the name of former Graduate School dean, Sandra Morgen. We hope to continue to grow this program. To contribute to this graduate student award, give here.

If you prefer to make a donation by check, mail your check directly to the UO Foundation (Gift Services, University of Oregon Foundation, 1720 E 13th Avenue, Suite 410, Eugene OR 97403-2253), payable to the UO Foundation, noting Graduate School on the memo line. Thank you so much!


About this photo: The research of master's student Adhiraj Vable, 2011-12 UO Public Impact Fellow,
has made possible the creation of a solar-powered computer lab in a school in rural India.
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