Tuition and endowment do not cover all of the School of Architecture’s operating expenses. Annual gifts from generous donors have a direct impact on a student’s educational experience. Annual Fund gifts to the School of Architecture assist in sustaining the initiatives of the school including providing support for students, faculty, to advance classroom technology and promote innovative research and learning strategies.
DEAN’S INNOVATION FUND
The Dean’s Innovation Fund keeps the School of Architecture at the cutting edge of architecture, design, and building sciences to assist both faculty and students to achieve academic excellence. Your contribution will help shape the future of architecture for our students, faculty and school.
The School of Architecture's most important resource are our students. Student scholarships provide an opportunity to contribute and help the next generation achieve their goals.
Friends of the Gamble House
The Gamble House in Pasadena, California, is an outstanding example of American Arts and Crafts style architecture. See Gamble House Membership for a full list of membership and giving opportunities.
Freeman House Restoration Gifts Fund
The Samuel Freeman House is a Frank Lloyd Wright house in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles built in 1923.
A planned gift is one of several types of gifts that permit you to provide future benefit to the School of Architecture while meeting your current financial, personal and philanthropic goals. Planned gifts may provide significant tax benefits as well as lifetime income for the donor and even the family of the donor. For more information, please click here.
Many companies offer employees a matching gift benefit that can double (or even triple) your gift to the School of Architecture. Send your contribution and include your company’s matching gift form (available from your human resources office or website) and send it with your gift.