For my monthly gift to the NASPA Foundation, it's to give back to the profession I love. When I give to Pillars of the Profession, it is to celebrate and honor a specific colleague's work.
Make A Gift
When you make a tax-deductible contribution to the NASPA Foundation, you make a difference. You invest in innovative research. You provide scholarships for NASPA members of all levels. You advance excellence in our field.
Do you want to:
- GIVE back to the profession you love?
- REWARD young Student Affairs professionals with scholarships?
- CELEBRATE the outstanding work of colleagues?
- VALIDATE Student Affairs as a significant force on campus?
- CONTRIBUTE to best practices in our field?
- INVEST in innovative research?
You can do that!
The goal of the NASPA Foundation 100th Anniversary Campaign is to raise $1,000,000 by the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference. Help us meet this goal so that we can support the future of the student affairs profession beyond our wildest dreams.Donate Now
How would you like to give?
You can give in whatever way is most convenient for you – monthly, quarterly, annually, checks, bank account withdrawals, and more.
You can make your gift in any amount at any time. The NASPA Foundation celebrates all gifts, no matter the size. Every dollar you give impacts the future of our profession.
Each year that you give, your name will be listed on the NASPA Foundation website. You will also receive special recognition during the NASPA Annual Conference.
Recurring gifts are affordable, convenient and green. Choose what works for you - simply designate an amount, frequency and payment method. You may also choose to donate through open-ended recurring monthly payments.
The NASPA Foundation's top investors (5-year pledge to one of our giving societies) are additionally recognized at the time of their pledge and are presented with a lapel pin reflecting their commitment to the future of student affairs. When you become a member of the Diamond Club (or higher) you will also be celebrated at the NASPA Annual Conference. Any donor whose lifetime gifts reach these categories will also be recognized.
Need to update your existing pledge? Please use our update payment method form.
Pillars of the Profession
Tuck a little something away for the NASPA Foundation in your estate plans - guaranteeing the future vitality of Student Affairs. Contact the Foundation Office for easy ways to leave your legacy to the NASPA Foundation, in addition to family. Once your plans are complete, please consider submitting our deferred gift letter of intent. This allows us to recognize and thank you now, as well as plan for the future.
Are you published? Congratulations! As an author, you can designate a portion of your royalties from publications as a gift to the NASPA Foundation. Contact the Foundation Office for more information.
What would you like to support?
When you give, you can choose from the following opportunities for investment:
NASPA Excellence Fund
Unrestricted gifts to support NASPA’s highest priorities in research and scholarship
Supporting research and scholarship to add to the knowledge base of the profession and ensure that data informs practice
Provides scholarships for students to attend national and/or regional BACCHUS programs
NUFP Scholarship Fund
Supports the cost of the GRE for undergraduate students pursuing a master's program in higher education, offers five $200 scholarships
Melvene Hardee Fund
Underwrites the Dissertation of the Year Award
Zenobia Hikes Scholarship
Supports a stipend for a NASPA member who otherwise would not be able to attend the Alice Manicur Symposium due to the fact the applicant's institution cannot support her attendance financially
George Kuh Award Fund
James Rhatigan Fund
Provides NASPA Annual Conference scholarships to graduate students
Robert H. Shaffer Fund
Supports a stipend for the tenured faculty member who receives the annual Robert H. Shaffer Award for Academic Excellence as a Graduate Faculty Member
Ruth Strang Award
Supports and recognizes individuals for outstanding contributions to the body of literature concerning women in higher education
Supports the long-term objectives of a given Knowledge Community. Currently available Knowledge Community funds accepting personal donations are:
Asian Pacific Islander KC
Enrollment Management KC
Gender & Sexuality KC
Women in Student Affairs KC
Legacy SocietyDocumented planned gifts of $15,000 or more
I stand on the shoulders of mentors who have come before me, administrators in our field that have helped me find my voice. I honor and thank these individuals by giving back, not only in time and talent, but also financially. This is why I give to the NASPA Foundation and the NUFP Fund—I am helping support our field that creates agents of change.
I think it is important to contribute to what you believe in. I have been in the Student Affairs profession full-time since 1988 and I have been a NASPA member for almost that long. The more involved I have become, the increased knowledge I have gained on the importance of being engaged and the role of contributing to the advancement of my profession.