Giving to the College of Arts and Sciences
It starts with your gift. The UAB College of Arts and Sciences is home to academic disciplines that include the arts, humanities, and sciences. The college’s unique structure advances research and learning in both K-12 and higher education, and its courses are taught by a world-class faculty. Committed to the UAB spirit of independence and innovation, the college enables students to design their own majors, participate in undergraduate research, or complete graduate degrees on a five-year fast track. Through productive partnerships, flexible curricula, and a bold, interdisciplinary approach to learning and teaching, the college is preparing students for success in the ever-changing global marketplace of commerce and ideas.
The College of Arts and Sciences was founded in 2009 as an integration of the schools of Arts and Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Natural Sciences and Mathematics, as well as the School of Education, which retains its distinct identity under the auspices of the college. This unique configuration is emblematic of UAB’s interdisciplinary, collaborative culture, strengthening cooperation between departments and programs for excellence in research and scholarship where students can thrive in an open environment with a bold, innovative approach to education.
Traditional revenues such as tuition, fees, federal grants, and state funds provide for daily work, but they often vary with the level of state revenues and enrollments. Gifts from you create a secure, concrete foundation for our future success.
The UAB College of Arts and Sciences still relies on community support. Your gift to the College of Arts and Sciences will benefit not only students and faculty but also the community as a whole. Make your donation using our online giving tool.
For more information about giving to the College of Arts and Sciences, contact:
Jennifer H. Ellison, CFRE, Executive Director of Development and Strategic Planning
Jennifer C. Morthland, Development Officer