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Make a Difference Giving to Michigan State University
  • $4,585 RAISED
  • 35 PARTICIPANTS

HONOR ROLL

  • Anonymous $50
  • Richard Petersen $100
  • Anonymous $30
  • Dustin De Felice $500
  • Austin Kaufmann $100
  • Emily Uebel $100
  • Clare Galicia $100
  • Elizabeth Wheeler $50
  • Lori Pemberton $25
  • Christine Radtke $100
  • Deborah Weir $100
  • Katherine Downes Lewis $100
  • Alan Pearlstein $100
  • Bonnie Phemister $1,000
  • Anonymous $50
  • Melissa Woo $100
  • Danielle Nicole DeVoss $150
  • Andrew Murray $25
  • Anonymous $50
  • Deric McNish $65
  • Christopher Long $200
  • Jarrod Bradford $50
  • Anne Violin-Wigent $250
  • Anonymous $200
  • Anonymous $200
  • Gilbert Johnson $50
  • Steven Leiby $125
  • Desiree Qin $100
  • Anonymous $15
  • Anonymous $50
  • Mark Wilson $50
  • Tonya Collier $100
  • Shannon Gillespie $100
  • Penny Shanks $100
  • Mary Robb $100

College of Arts & Letters Emergency Fund 

Current Resources for Students

The College of Arts & Letters Emergency Fund provides short-term financial assistance to students who are in danger from withdrawing during a semester due to unanticipated, temporary financial hardships resulting from an emergency or crisis situations (e.g., accident, illness, death of a family member).

Your Support Will Make a Difference

Donations will be used to assist students who encounter an unforeseen financial emergency which would otherwise prevent them from continuing their education. Funds may be used for books and other essential academic expenses, safety needs, travel costs related to a family emergency, etc. Your gift is directly helping students receive the assistance they need in order to continue their education. If you are looking for a way to help from afar and have the means to do so, we encourage you to consider a donation to this fund.

Make a Gift by Mail:

University Advancement
Spartan Way
535 Chestnut Road, Room 300
East Lansing, MI 48824

*Make check payable to Michigan State University and write “Appeal 20OOPCF1CALCVID” in the note section.

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