- Guide to Giving
Guide to Giving
When Ronelle “Roni” Woolston attended The University of Arizona in the late 1960s, she had to follow strict school rules. In addition to having a rigid dress code, students had early curfews. They had to be in by 10 p.m. on weeknights and by the extended hour of midnight on weekends.
Gift Planning allows you to make significant gifts to The University of Arizona either during your lifetime or as part of an estate plan. Our professional staff has the tools and resources available to make the process as easy as possible. Learn more.
Vital, unrestricted support that helps the University respond to emerging needs and opportunities.
The gift of a scholarship provides needed assistance to bright and deserving students and prepares them to become the leaders in our communities.
Gifts of appreciated securities, such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, can provide special tax advantages.
Gifts of real estate are sold quickly and converted into cash or used directly in connection with an existing University program.