We welcome your visit to the office of University Advancement in Suite 300 of the Mary Stuart Rogers Gateway Center to make a gift in support of Stanislaus State. We can also be reached at 209-667-3131 or via email at email@example.com if you have any questions about how to make a gift in support of the University.
Gifts of cash must be delivered in person to the University Advancement office.
Checks should be made payable to the CSU Stanislaus Foundation and can be submitted to the office of University Advancement in person or sent via mail to:
ATTN: Gifts and Records
One University Circle, MSR 300
Turlock, CA 95382
Please be certain to note the specific purpose of your gift in the memo line of your check.
Gifts by credit card can be made in person or via phone with the office of University Advancement or through our online giving portal.
Like many of our CSU sister campuses, Stanislaus State offers faculty and staff the opportunity to enroll in payroll deduction for charitable giving to the University. Faculty and staff are able to designate their gift toward a variety of funds managed by the University to further support Stanislaus State as we advance the region and support student success.
Electronic Funds Transfer
If you would like to make either a one time or recurring gift via an electronic funds transfer, please contact the University Advancement office for bank account and routing instructions.
Please contact the University Advancement office prior to making a gift of securities so we can ensure proper crediting of your contribution. Your gift of securities for the University can be made to the Stanislaus State Foundation brokerage account via DTC by contacting our Wells Fargo account representative:
1549 McHenry Avenue
Modesto, CA 95350
Account Representative: Tim Bloemhof
Should you prefer to gift securities in certificate form, these can be directed by mail or courier to the University Advancement office; it is critical that the stock power form be sent under separate cover from the certificate(s).
Visit our planned giving site for information and options relating to estate gifts.
Contact the Development Office for guidance on contributing gifts of personal property or services.