Support Arts & Sciences
You Can Make a Difference!
There are multiple ways that alumni, friends, faculty, businesses and corporations donate to aid the College of Arts and Sciences programs and research. Many people give each year when they receive an Annual Fund request by phone or in the mail.
Some wish to remember a classmate, faculty member or loved one with a memorial or honorary donation. Others choose to support research, establish a named scholarship or create a fellowship. Examples include the Martha C. Page Study Abroad Travel Fund, the Dr. Steel R. Hunt Memorial Scholarship and the Orville and Darlene Menard Political Science Scholarship. Named, endowed Chairs and Professorships are significant gifts that enable the College to attract and recruit the outstanding educators that prepare our students. Examples include the Blizek Professorship in Religion and the Charles W. and Mary C. Martin Professorship in American History. Gifts to the UNO College of Arts and Sciences Fund for Excellence create new possibilities for UNO's College of Arts and Sciences for many years to come.
The Foundation is a non-profit organization established by the Board of Regents that raises and manages private gifts for the College. If you have questions about establishing a new fund or scholarship, making long-range plans or giving through a different vehicle, please contact Randall Roberts. (Contact information below.)
UNO College of Arts & Sciences402-502-4137 (direct)
800-432-3216 (toll free)
Randall joined the foundation in July 2015. She has a Bachelor of Arts
in Journalism and Mass Communication, a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic
Design from Drake University, and a Master of Arts in Technology and
Communication from the University of North Carolina. Randall believes
higher education should be affordable and accessible and is passionate
about connecting donor passion with faculty and student needs.
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