Annual Giving is the cornerstone of our fundraising efforts. Each year alumni, friends, parents, students, faculty and staff are asked to support and enhance the colleges, departments and programs at the University. Annual Giving can be unrestricted or restricted to a specific college or academic unit.
Academic Program & Scholarship Support
The support of alumni, friends, foundations and corporations is critical to ensuring our students receive the education they deserve.
Annual gifts provide the university with the resources to fund innovative programs, bring guest lecturers to campus, fund scholarships, invest in faculty and staff, help pay for campus improvements and furnish more resources to maintain a high caliber university.
Harborwalk Paver Program
An engraved paver can honor someone special to you or allows you to leave your own mark. Pavers encircle the Sembler Family Fountain, the centerpiece of Harborwalk.
If you are an alumnus, your brick can commemorate the time and effort you invested to earn your degree. Learn more about the USFSP Harborwalk Paver Program.
Graduating Class Gift
The Graduating Class Gift starts a tradition of alumni giving back to the university. We ask each graduating class to participate by giving whatever amount they can. These contributions are put toward a graduating-class bench listing all the participating graduating classes and will be located on our gorgeous waterfront for all to enjoy.
Faculty & Staff Campaign
Faculty and staff contributions in the classroom, community, and through the Faculty & Staff Campaign enhance the quality of our university and its programs. Every gift to the Faculty and Staff Campaign makes a difference.
Gifts by faculty and staff can be seen and felt across our university, within our colleges, departments, and in all aspects of USFSP life. More doors are open to more students, our faculty have the necessary tools to put them on the leading edge of research, and our faculty and staff work in an environment that allows for personal growth and development.
To learn more about making contributions to the Faculty & Staff Campaign, click here.