|Click here to join the Dean's Circle by making a secure online contribution of at least $1,000 to the College of Liberal and Fine Arts (matching gifts accepted).|
The Dean’s Circle recognizes the extraordinary generosity of alumni, friends, faculty, and staff who make unrestricted gifts of $1,000 or more to the College. As a member of the Dean’s Circle, your investment will help the college meet the educational needs of our students, take advantage of extraordinary opportunities as they emerge, and meet new challenges in teaching, research, and service.
Through the Dean’s Circle alumni and friends have provided:
To join the Dean's Circle, please complete the membership form and return it to the following address:
The University of Texas at San Antonio
College of Liberal and Fine Arts, Dean’s Circle
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
Alternatively, make a secure online contribution of $1,000 or more by clicking here.
If you'd like to make a larger impact, please consider pledging your support with a 5 year commitment to the college. With your pledge, the college will know that your contributions can be expected and future plans can be made with the certainty of your financial support. Simply check the pledge box on the membership form and return it to the above address.
For more information on giving to the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, please contact:
Director of Development
Dean’s Circle members receive invitations to special events including Dean’s receptions and other COLFA events and lectures. In addition, Dean’s Circle members are recognized on the COLFA website and in Ovations, the College’s magazine.
Most importantly, members know their generosity has a direct, positive influence on the phenomenal faculty and students of this great college.
Matching gifts are accepted to determine giving level:
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