Support the College of Ethnic Studies

 

The College of Ethnic Studies extends its gratitude to SF State Alumna Juanita Tamayo Lott and to everyone who participated in the matching gift challenges in Spring 2018. With your generosity, we successfully met the $20,000 challenge in commemoration of the College's 50th anniversary and raised over $49,000 to endow the James Akira Hirabayashi Person for All Seasons Scholarship.

Join the College of Ethnic Studies Friends Circle

Become a Friends Circle Member ($100 monthly Donation)

Every gift helps, but leadership gifts are especially important to the College. Join the College of Ethnic Studies Friends Circle with a gift of $1,200 ($100 monthly) or more in the same fiscal year (July to June) and receive special acknowledgements and invitations. You may designate your gift to the College of Ethnic Studies General Fund, Community-University Empowerment Fund, or a department, initiative or scholarship in the College.

Make a One-Time Online Donation

One-Time Online Donation Form

Make a tax-deductible online donation to the College of Ethnic Studies or to your favorite department, initiative or scholarship!

Make a Donation by Mail

To make a donation by mail, please send a check payable to University Corporation San Francisco State with your gift's designation (e.g., Ethnic Studies General Fund) on the memo line to:

Office of University Development
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue, ADM 153
San Francisco, CA 94132

Make an Estate Gift

When most people think about making a charitable gift to the College of Ethnic Studies, they think of giving cash from a checking or savings account. While we appreciate gifts of any kind to help support our cause, there are many ways that you can give and benefit through making a gift of other assets to the College. To include a gift in your will or trust, contact Alex Sanchez, Director of Development, at 415-338-1032 or alexsan@sfsu.edu.

Learn about SF State's planned giving options.

Join the SF State Alumni Association

We encourage you to become an active member of the SF State Alumni Association which offers many benefits to alumni. Click here to join the SF State Alumni Association.

Additionally, there are several SF State Alumni Groups that provide provide a fun mix of social, cultural, athletic, and academic activities for alumni. Sign-up to receive information from each alumni group, including the:

  • Black Alumni: Established on December 12, 2008, and led by Ms. Monika Brooks (BA Africana Studies '03).
  • Raza Alumni: Established on January 19, 2012, and led by Mr. Mario Flores (BA Latina/o Studies '05).