Support Arts & Sciences students on Giving Day March 12

By: Kathy Hovis,  A&S Communications
Wed, 02/26/2020


The College of Arts & Sciences is gearing up for Giving Day on Thursday, March 12 and we hope you'll join in the fun!

Your gifts to our annual fund, undergraduate scholarship fund or any of our departments and programs help our faculty and students reach their full potential.

Thanks to the generosity of our alumni, parents and friends, the College of Arts & Sciences Annual Fund helps us expand our support for first-generation students; increase student opportunities for advising, research and career experiences; and recruit and retain world-class faculty, who pursue frontline research while teaching and mentoring our undergraduates.

Your gift to the Arts & Sciences Annual Fund for Undergraduate Scholarships allows us to offer critically important support to more than 2,000 students each year and helps us meet the financial aid commitment we make to our increasingly diverse student body.

You can also support your favorite department or program on Giving Day. Whether your interest lies in the arts & humanities, social sciences or physical & natural sciences, you can help our departments prepare students to become innovators, entrepreneurs and civic leaders. On Thursday, March 12, join the Cornell community to make a difference for students on Cornell Giving Day.


   students on the arts quad

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