USCB is fortunate to have the support of some very generous donors. These individuals have chosen to make a major gift to this university with the knowledge that their names will go down in posterity. They have created a lasting legacy.
Among them: the Helen and Brantley Harvey Fountain Plaza, the Walter and Lillian Hartung Cyber Café, the Palmetto Electric Trust Conference Room, the Morgan C. Haynes Memorial Scholarship, and the Heritage Classic Foundation Art Studios.
To support the development of a new degree program, a named endowment or professorship in the field may be established. Such support for faculty and academics begins at $250,000.
We have naming opportunities in capital projects- name an oak tree for $1,000, a general classroom for $25,000 or $100,000 for the public lobby in the Hargray Building.
We have many community partnerships and programs which need support such as the Festival Series, Lunch with Authors and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Endowments may be established or annual giving in amounts of $100 and above is encouraged.
To improve student life at USCB counseling, advisement and career planning centers are needed. Support for the development of sports and performance programs and facilities for both are being sought. Needed furnishings and equipment for student activities are also on our wish list.
While we recognize that many in our community have come from other places and have degrees from other universities thinking and acting locally will make a big difference in what we can provide for our students and our region. Our naming opportunities come with a much smaller price tag and much greater recognition than at other institutions. Gifts that might be insignificant for more established schools will have an immense and immediate impact here and now.Please contact Michael Bonnette, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Development at 843-208-8236, 843-540-4885, email@example.com.