Be Part of the Senior Class Giving
The Senior Class giving campaign our way of saying "thank you" for the education and memories we take with us. It helps provide others with the same opportunities we've had. And it means that we’re part of the great CSU Stanislaus tradition of giving back.
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Whatever you give, you'll make a difference.
The Senior Class Fund will be presented at Commencement, which will be here before you know it.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Senior Class Gift?
The Senior Class Gift is a tribute from the graduating class—a gift from seniors to CSU Stanislaus. In the past, the Senior Class Gift has paid for benches, trees and signage on campus. The 2013 Senior Class Gift will go to the Trans-California Pathway, an outdoor classroom, located on the south east corner of campus, that features native trees and plants of California. The gift will support this young project and help us plant more trees, and increase signage for the plants and trees.
Why should I give?
The generosity of those who’ve experienced CSU Stanislaus firsthand is a vital part of what makes this a great university. Many of your experiences during the past four years were possible because other classes, alumni of all ages, parents and friends have made gifts of all sizes to CSU Stanislaus. The gift you make as a senior this year—and as an alum next year and in years to come—help make it possible for future students to share in the same experiences you had.
What if I can only give a little?
That’s OK! Your participation is what matters most. And every gift counts—remember, lots of small gifts add up to make a big difference. If you’re looking for a suggested gift amount, $20.13 is a fun way to commemorate your graduation.
What counts toward the Senior Class Fund?
Any gift made by a senior or by senior parents in honor of a graduating student counts toward the Senior Class gift.
How do I make a gift?