Giving

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Ways to Give

Gifts to the College of Pharmacy are tax-deductible, and there are many ways you may make your contribution.

Give Online

Give to the UT College of Pharmacy Area of Greatest Need fund or search for a specific program or endowment that is most meaningful to you.

Give by Mail

Mail a check made payable to The University of Texas at Austin to the address listed below. Please note your gift’s designation to the UT College of Pharmacy in the memo line. Download a gift form.

Mail all checks and documentation in support of the UT College of Pharmacy to:

College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas at Austin
ATTN: Development and Alumni Relations
2409 University Avenue, Stop A1900
Austin, TX 78712

Give by Phone

1-866-4UTEXAS (488-3927)

Types of Gifts

Beneficiary Designations

Maximize your support and minimize taxes through gifts of IRA distributions, retirement plan assets or life insurance.

Endowment Gifts

Endowments are gifts that keep on giving. They provide perpetual support for the College and our students and are an investment in the future of pharmacy education. Your gift is invested—never spent—and the original gift amount is protected while distributions support the endowment’s purpose.

The current minimum funding levels to establish an endowment at The University of Texas at Austin are:

  • Chair: $2 million
  • Professorship: $500,000
  • Endowed Presidential Graduate Fellowship: $250,000
  • Faculty Fellowship: $250,000
  • Graduate Fellowship: $100,000
  • Endowed Excellence Funds: $25,000

You can also support one of the following established endowments:

Estate and Planned Gifts

Leave a legacy of generosity with gifts that can help meet your financial and philanthropic goals.

Gifts of Stock

Gifts of appreciated securities are easy to make and provide great tax benefits.

Matching Gifts

Your donation can make double—possibly even triple—the impact if your employer offers a matching gift program. Some employers will even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. Search for your employer to see if your company participates. If they do, request their matching gift form. Include the signed, completed form with your gift and we’ll take care of the rest.

Sponsorships

The College of Pharmacy is proud to have such strong connections to its business partners, including corporations, small businesses, foundations and associations. We recognize that a large part of the excellent education we offer includes providing experiential experiences and professional development opportunities to our students. To this end, we rely on our business partners to provide financial and in-kind support to make these opportunities possible.

There are many ways companies choose to support the UT College of Pharmacy:

  • Providing scholarship support to offset the financial burdens our students experience is a fantastic way to support students. You may set up a pass-through scholarship or endowment in your company’s name to support students.
     
  • Sponsoring a student organization activity or initiative is a great way to support our pharmacy student professional development and connect with our student leaders. These functions include Project Collaborate, professional speakers, New Student Orientation and award banquets.
     
  • Offering opportunities to apply for grants to fund activities and scholarships.

Interested in one of these opportunities or have other ideas for ways your business could partner with the College of Pharmacy? Please do not hesitate to contact our Development team.

UT Employee Gifts

Your work is the foundation of everything we do on campus. Build on it with an easy payroll deduction.

UT College of Pharmacy Dean’s Advisory Council

Because of the dedicated leadership, service and financial support of our Dean’s Advisory Council, the College continues to maintain its reputation as one of the preeminent schools of pharmacy in the nation.

The College of Pharmacy Advisory Council is comprised of distinguished alumni and friends under the leadership of our chair, Marissa Schlaifer.

Dean's Advisory Council Members