University Advancement

 

SUU Annual Fund

Annual support of alumni, friends, business and industry is critical to Southern Utah University's future. Private gifts enable the University to enhance its programs and facilities; providing a margin of excellence not possible through state assistance. Your gifts help the University go beyond what is possible with its tax-based budget alone.

SUU Annual Fund

The ultimate measure of a university is the caliber of its graduates, and those graduates often are judged by the current reputation of their alma mater. SUU alumni can take pride in their University's quality and image, and the value of their association with its being enhanced each year.

Private annual gifts help support excellence in every area of the University:


OUR MISSION

To promote a commitment to annual support of Southern Utah University through consistent giving and involvement among the broadest audience of T-Birds and Friends. To this end we identify, recruit, and nurture future generations of contributors and leaders for SUU.


Phonathon Students

PHONATHON

Each year, students are recruited to be the voice of SUU to our alumni. They spend their nights during the school year calling alumni and parents in support of the SUU Annual Fund, the University’s Recruitment & Retention Scholarship Fund, The President’s Club, and our academic departments,


SUU EMPLOYEE GIVING CAMPAIGN

The faculty and staff are strong supporters of SUU. Each year a special fundraising effort is launched to support those areas of special interest to the faculty and staff. SUU values the contributions and support of this loyal group. Give Now


YOU THINK YOUR GIFT WON'T MATTER? THINK AGAIN!

Your commitment and annual participation – at any level – are vital to SUU’s continued success. Our unique environment for learning depends on the support of Everyone, Every Year. It has never been easier to make a gift.


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Last Update: Thursday, August 15, 2013