Give to the UW
Senior Class Gift
Over the past century, UW classes have united to give back to the University in a variety of ways. From Sylvan Grove to the Yoshino cherry trees in the Quad to the numerous scholarships and endowments available to students across our campus, the mark of past generations of students is evident and everlasting. Becoming part of this tradition shows that the Class of 2015 is a class of Real Dawgs who:
- Value the education they’ve received.
- Carry the same spirit and Husky pride of past UW classes.
- Believe in reaching out in order to give back and help future students.
Purpose: The 2015 graduating class created this endowed fund to support the University of Washington Counseling Center, to tackle mental health stigmatization and to spread awareness of the mental health resources available to students.
Purpose: Created by the Class of 2015, this fund provides unrestricted emergency support for UW Bothell students who are experiencing unexpected financial crises and otherwise could not continue school.
Purpose: To design, build, and maintain a W monument on the Tacoma campus.
Contributions from graduating seniors will be counted toward their Senior Class Gift whether they choose to support this year’s project or give to any other fund. Huskies are united both by their collective Husky Experience and their shared commitment to ensuring that the UW continues its mission of creating outstanding educational opportunities for future generations.
Contact / more information
Project Manager for Special Markets
Annual Giving, University Advancement
UW Tower 4333 Brooklyn Ave NE, Box 359504 Seattle, WA 98195