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The University of Iowa's most important stakeholders are the dedicated people who work here. You understand the value of the work being done on this campus better than anyone. By giving yourself every day through your work, you make Iowa a remarkable institution. When you give back to the university financially, you demonstrate—to students and their parents, alumni, friends, donors, corporations and foundations, public officials, and others—that faculty and staff believe in the university’s mission and its impact of higher education.
In fiscal year 2019, more than 2,600 University of Iowa faculty and staff members gave back to the university areas they're passionate about. Whether a gift benefits scholarships, a specific school or program, research that leads to breakthrough discoveries, or a beloved athletic program or library collection—your decision to financially support Iowa makes a difference.
Please consider annually supporting the University of Iowa causes you believe in.
*If you prefer to mail your gift, complete the faculty/staff contribution form with your check.
You can give to any University of Iowa area(s) or program(s), including to the colleges and departments where you work.
The University of Iowa Center for Advancement is a 501(c)(3) organization and the preferred channel for private contributions that benefit the University of Iowa. You will receive a receipt for tax purposes.
You can find basic information about your options for planned giving on our website. If you have questions about including the university in your long-term plans, or would like to inform us about a bequest, please call 319-335-3305 and ask for Susan Hagan or another member of the planned giving team.
Administrative Services Coordinator
Parking and Transportation
Associate Professor of Instruction and Program Director
Sport and Recreation Management program, Department of Health and Human Physiology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
As a young alumnus and proud employee of the University of Iowa, I see the impact that philanthropy has on campus each day. I choose to support The Daily Iowan, UI Dance Marathon, and Hancher Auditorium because they have all positively affected my life as a student and graduate. I cut my teeth as a journalist at The Daily Iowan and it provided numerous opportunities for which I will be forever grateful. I've been involved with Dance Marathon since high school—and its impact and magnitude have stuck with me ever since. Having grown up in Iowa City, I give back to Hancher so new generations can experience and enjoy its world-class programming, just like me.
Constituent Relations Coordinator
UI Office of Governmental Relations