Levels of Support

 

At the general level of the Board of Visitors, each member contributes a minimum gift of $1,000 annually, which provides direct scholarship support to a deserving student. Multiple scholarship levels of giving are available with additional benefits for higher levels of giving:

Board of Visitors: General Level - $1,000 a year for a 4 year commitment

In addition to contributing directly to the success of a CSU student through the BOV Scholarship Program, Board of Visitors members receive special communications and invitations to exclusive events throughout the year including:
  • President’s Club Dinner
  • Quarterly community networking breakfasts
  • Annual spring Scholarship Luncheon to meet your student
  • Semiannual Board of Visitors meetings
  • Spouse trips in conjunction with Board of Visitors meetings
  • Invitations to home football games
  • Each member serves a four-year term and contributes a minimum gift of $1,000 annually, which is directly applied to the BOV Scholarship Program for a deserving student.

    Board of Visitors: Leadership Council - $2,500 a year for a 4 year commitment

    Board of Visitor Leadership Council members help more students reach their educational goals. In addition to the Board of Visitor membership benefits Leadership Council level Board of Visitors receive:

    • Formal recognition in University publications
    • Invitations to selected campus events

    Each member serves a four-year term and contributes a minimum gift of $2,500 annually, which is directly applied to the BOV Scholarship Program for deserving students.

    Board of Visitors: Executive Council - $5,000 a year for a 3 year commitment

    In addition to the benefits listed at the Board of Visitor and Leadership Council levels, the Executive Council Board of Visitors members have opportunities to:

    • Support a particular college or school of his or her area of interest (College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Science and Mathematics, School of Business, School of Education, College of Nursing, College of Health Sciences or College of Adult and Professional Studies)
    • Special opportunities to interact with the dean and faculty in member’s areas of interest and, if appropriate, speak to students or serve on discussion panelsServe as a guest lecturer for a class
    • Each member serves a three-year term and contributes a minimum gift of $5,000 annually, which is directly applied to the BOV Scholarship Program for deserving students

    Board of Visitors: Presidential Council - $10,000 a year for a two-year commitment

    In addition to the benefits listed above, Presidential Council Board of Visitors members have opportunities for:

    • Title sponsorship at BOV scheduled activities, President’s Club Dinner, Scholarship Luncheon and Networking Breakfasts
    • Periodic meetings with the president and senior university cabinet members to discuss key issues
    • Invitation to private social gatheringsHighlighted in the CSU Magazine annually
    • Each member serves a two-year term and contributes a minimum gift of $10,000 annually, which is directly applied to the BOV Scholarship Program for deserving students
    • Gifts may be paid on a monthly, quarterly or semiannual basis, if desired

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