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Are you interested in supporting a specific school or program at UAS?

  • Alaska College of Education - UAS Education Programs & Scholarships
  • School of Arts & Sciences and Department of Business and Public Administration
  • School of Career and Technical Education funds

No contribution is too small – You can give securely online at https://engage.alaska.edu/UAS and indicate the area of your giving to one of the funds below.

Make an Impact for the

Alaska College of Education at UAS

No contribution is too small – You can give securely online at https://engage.alaska.edu/UAS and indicate the area of your giving to one of the funds below.

Below is a listing of funds that benefit students and programs of the School of Education.

Gerald W. Butts Memorial Scholarship Endowment (80196)

A permanent endowment to provide financial assistance for tuition and other related educational expenses to students whose ultimate goal is to seek a teaching degree at UAS.  This fund is available to either students seeking a bachelor’s degree with the declared intent of becoming a future teacher, or students enrolled in the MAT program. 

UAS School of Education Scholarship (20400) A fund to provide scholarships for students within the UAS School of Education.

Education Departmental Support (20219) — A fund to provide support for the UAS Center for Teacher Education. 

PITAAS Program Support (20413) — A fund to provide support for the PITAAS Program: Preparing Indigenous Teachers and Administrators for Alaska Schools.

Delta Kappa Gamma Carol Koski Memorial Scholarship Endowment (80119) — A permanent endowment to reward academic excellence and to support women students choosing a career in education.

John Rutherford Noyes Memorial Scholarship Endowment (80577) — A permanent endowment to provide scholarships for full-time students attending UAS who have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate motivation, plus academic and leadership potential. Preference will be given Science and Education majors as well as to members of the Alaska National Guard.

Make an Impact for the  

Department of Business & Public Administration

No contribution is too small – You can give securely online at https://engage.alaska.edu/UAS and indicate the area of your giving to one of the funds below.

Below is a listing of funds that benefit students and programs of the School of Management.

School of Management Support (20203) — To support the College of Business, Public Administration & Information Systems at the University of Alaska Southeast.

KeyBank Scholarship for Business and Economics (80871) — To provide scholarships for University of Alaska Southeast Business and Economics majors.

Southeast Roundup Scholarship (80583) — To create financial incentives and opportunities for Southeast Alaskans to attend the University of Alaska Southeast and pursue business/vocational/technical related programs.

W. Lloyd Gallagher Memorial Endowment (80550) — To support baccalaureate and master degree students majoring in Public Administration at the University of Alaska Southeast.

Jean Kline Memorial Scholarship (80452) — To provide assistance to women in an undergraduate or graduate program in the School of Business at the University of Alaska Southeast.

George Masek Memorial Scholarship (80101) — To provide financial assistance for Business students at the University of Alaska Southeast.

Wells Fargo Bank Scholarship - UAS(20519)

Give to the UAS

School of Arts & Sciences!

No contribution is too small – You can give securely online at https://engage.alaska.edu/UAS and indicate the area of your giving to one of the funds below.

Below is a listing of funds that benefit students and programs of the School of Arts & Sciences.

PROGRAM SUPPORT

Environmental Sciences Support (20198) - To provide general support to the UAS Environmental Sciences program including, but not limited to, the purchase of new technology such as the GEOWALL.

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Support (20220) - To provide support for Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences programming.

Bald Eagle/Coastal Rain Forest Ecology Endowment (80817) - The purpose of the program is to enhance the knowledge of Bald Eagles and their related ecology in the Coastal Rainforest through research, education and conservation at the University of Alaska Southeast.  It is the ultimate goal of this program to fund an endowed chair related to Bald Eagle Ecology.  However, until the principal has grown sufficiently for this purpose, the initial annual spendable income of the fund will be directed by the Chancellor for the University of Alaska Southeast Bald Eagle activity.  Please see Administrative Agreement for details on preferences for expenditures outlined by the donor.

Emma Marks Endowed Memorial for Alaska Native Languages (80197) - To provide financial support for the study of Alaska Native Languages, including, but not limited to: student scholarships, tuition, teaching assistants, adjunct faculty, curriculum development and materials.

Connie Boochever Endowment for Theatre (80154) - To provide financial support to the Theatre Program at the University of Alaska Southeast.  Expenditures from this fund may include, but are not limited to: special program support and equipment grants, student scholarships, performance underwriting, and the sponsoring of guest performances and cultural events on campus.

SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS:

Ron Seater Math Award (20872) - For students majoring in math. This fund is building to endowment.

PEO Sisterhood Chapter D Scholarship (20143) - To provide financial aid to women in performing arts, vocational/technical, and general programs at UAS.

Juneau Garden Club Scholarship(20144) - To provide financial support for UAS students in a biology or liberal arts degree program.

Roger Boyden Scholarship(80435) - To assist undergraduate student(s) majoring in Biology.

Mike Miller Endowed Scholarship(80503) - To assist undergraduate student(s) pursuing a bachelor of liberal arts degree and majoring in communications at the University of Alaska Southeast.

John Rutherford Noyes Memorial Scholarship (80577) - To provide scholarships for full-time students attending the University of Alaska Southeast who have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate motivation, plus academic and leadership potential. Preference will be given Science and Education majors as well as to members of the Alaska National Guard.

Wards Cove Scholarship(80584) - To establish an endowed scholarship program to benefit students attending the University of Alaska Southeast who are pursuing an education in the field of science.

Selina Peratrovich Memorial Endowment for Native Arts (80847) - To provide financial assistance to students interested in learning traditional native art regardless of cultural background.

Coeur Alaska - Kensington Gold Mine Environmental Science Award (80877) - To provide financial assistance to Marine Biology and Environmental Science students.

Clarence and Verle Kramer Memorial Endowment (80918) - To support the academic disciplines at the University of Alaska Southeast involved in training future generations of Alaska’s forest resource managers.  While the ultimate intent of the fund is to provide a named Professorship, until such time the spendable earnings may be used for student scholarships and environmental and/or future forestry program support.

Emma Marks Endowed Memorial for Alaska Native Languages(80197) - To provide financial support for the study of Alaska Native Languages, including, but not limited to: student scholarships, tuition, teaching assistants, adjunct faculty, curriculum development and materials.

Connie Boochever Endowment for Theatre(80154) - To provide financial support to the Theatre Program at the University of Alaska Southeast.  Expenditures from this fund may include, but are not limited to: special program support and equipment grants, student scholarships, performance underwriting, and the sponsoring of guest performances and cultural events on campus.

Invest in career and vocational learning through the

UAS School of Career and Technical Education!

No contribution is too small – You can give securely online at https://engage.alaska.edu/UAS and indicate the area of your giving to one of the funds below.

Below is a listing of funds that benefit students and programs of the School of Career Education.

UAS Career Education Support(20408) — To support activities and programming of the University of Alaska Southeast School of Career Education.  Expenditures from this fund may include but are not limited to equipment, training, curriculum development.

Carroll Fader Maritime Scholarship(20199) — To provide scholarships for UAS Ketchikan campus students who are full or part-time with a minimum of 60 days seatime and who have completed at least 20 credits of the UAS Maritime program.

Icicle Seafoods Career Ed/Dual Enrollment Scholarship(20433) — To provide scholarship assistance for Petersburg High School students who are enrolled in Career Education or dual enrollment classes at the University of Alaska Southeast.

KeyBank Outreach for Workforce Development (20168) — To support regional workforce development and business education program outreach and development activities.

Paul Wingren Memorial Vocational Scholarship Endowment(80578) — To assist students with financial need in any vocational program on the Ketchikan campus, including degree and certificate programs and courses leading to industry certification.

Southeast Conference/Coeur Alaska/Hecla Greens Creek Vocational Education Scholarship(20847) — To provide financial assistance for tuition and other related educational expenses to full-time students at the University of Alaska Southeast, who are enrolled in a technology-related program.

Vo-Tech Programs Endowment(80023) — To provide financial assistance for Southeast Alaskan students enrolled in Vocational or Technical programs at the University of Alaska Southeast.

 
 

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