Private donations play a major role in supporting the university's mission of teaching, research, and public service. Donors like you contributed more than $214 million in new commitments in FY2015, demonstrating confidence, enthusiasm, and affection for the university. Here are the stories of how your gifts are making an impact.
University of Oregon junior Manju Bangalore has been selected as a finalist for the nationally competitive Harry S. Truman Scholarship.
Scholarship recipients reflect on their first year at the UO, their hopes for the future, and the rewards and challenges of college life.
Dean of the Charles H. Lundquist College of Business will have additional resources, thanks to a $5 million naming gift from Cynthia and Edward Maletis
Oregon's college students who graduated in 2015 took on an average debt load of nearly $27,000, about 5 percent less than the national average.
A $10 million gift from Gwen and Chuck Lillis enables build-out of volcanology cluster of faculty excellence
Inspired by admiration and friendship, the Fred Petri Scholarship provides aid for middle-income students.
PathwayOregon, honors college student hopes to start a career in writing after she graduates with an advertising degree
A new gift from dedicated Ducks will secure stability for the Finance and Securities Analysis Center (video)
UO Psychology Professor Phil Fisher starts fall 2015 as a Philip H. Knight Chair
Mary Corrigan Solari, BS ’46, celebrated with recipients of the Mary Corrigan and Richard Solari Scholarship in the Cheryl Ramberg Ford and Allyn Ford Alumni Center this October.