School of Arts & Sciences
- Philanthropic support through continues to help defray costs for students. The $146M of institutional support that will be provided to our undergraduates in fiscal year 2020 includes membership support designated for scholarships and other forms of student aid.
- Members provide support for diversity programming in the School of Arts & Sciences, including a series of workshops in Restorative Justice to help both faculty and students repair harm and rebuild trust and enhance our efforts towards transparency, open communication as well as equity and inclusion.
- Funding helps foster the goal of creating engaged global citizens through support of our Education Abroad programs and by enhanced programming on campus.
- Member contributions provide support for initiatives in various departments and programs within the School of Arts & Sciences. These include inter-disciplinary funding for many different projects across the whole of the School.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2018