Give to the College of the Sciences

Through the generosity of our supporters, the Central Washington University College of the Sciences continues to invest in student scholarship, faculty development and program support. With the help of alumni, donors and friends, Central can improve opportunities for our faculty and students, while building momentum to have significant impact for generations to come.

Become a member of one of these CWU Annual Giving Clubs with your gift today!

To give to the general COTS Scholarship Fund or the COTS unrestricted fund for program support, please select the appropriate fund from the dropdown menu below.

The CWU Department of Chemistry has three foundation accounts to assist with a variety of activities. Contributions can be made online or by check.

· David Lygre Scholarship Fund This fund underwrites scholarships for undergraduate chemistry students. Please note “account 01130900” on the subject line of the check or in the “Comments” section of the donation page.

· Chemistry General Fund This fund is designed to enhance student experiences at CWU including, but not limited to, a student appreciation barbeque and special events. Please write “account 01044800” on the subject line of the check or in the “Comments” section of the donation page.

· Chemistry Scholarships This fund is specifically for chemistry students. We currently use it to recognize graduating seniors who have given outstanding service to our department. Please write “account 01045100” on the subject line of the check or in the “Comments” section of the donation page.

 

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Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent provided by IRS regulation.  Thank you for supporting the CWU Foundation. As required by law, the CWU Foundation is registered with the Washington State Charities Program and financial information may be obtained by calling 800-332-4483 or 360-725-0378.