How can I make a gift to the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (formerly
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders)?
Giving back to the School is easy. Visit the University’s on-line giving page. For more information, contact Connie E. Thiemonge, Senior Director of Development,
at 901-678-3149, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why is giving back important?
As state support of higher education continues to decline, your investment in the
School becomes increasingly important. Partnerships with individual alumni, friends,
businesses, corporations and foundations provide valuable support to the School’s
annual operating and programmatic budgets. By giving to the School through the University’s
Annual Giving Campaign or through special campaigns for buildings and scholarship
programs, you help the School continue as a top graduate program!
Why should I support the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (formerly
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders) annually?
Annual giving supports our “everyday needs.” Gifts are used to help support students
and faculty, expand the programs we offer alumni, and provide for guest lecturers
and programs that enhance our School’s service in the community. Your annual gifts
can be designated to support the students, faculty, or a specific program within the
School. Large or small, it’s your participation that counts!
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