Professor Emeritus Lois Youngen, a former professional baseball player, creates a legacy to support female student-athletes in three sports at the UO.
Victor Martinez Garcia’s UO scholarships helped him go further than he ever imagined, but his ultimate plan is to come home to Oregon as a nurse practitioner.
Portlander Semeredin Kundin is a prime example of the incredible potential that you unlock and nourish with gifts supporting scholarships
Carol Yetter discovered her professional calling as a UO undergraduate. Now she is leaving a legacy to help others do the same.
Carol Yetter shares why supporting the UO has been so important to her and her late husband Richard.
Rubby Marquez reveals how she is able to pursue two majors and a minor while helping lead several student organizations.
Susan and Pat Coan are using an appreciated property to create a future professorship in the Lundquist College of Business.
Cost nearly became an insurmountable hurdle between two-time All American Ofuma Eze-Echesi and her goal of earning an MBA with honors. Then, UO came through with three big scholarships.
Wade Garber is applying his expertise as a certified financial planner to provide future support to the Lundquist College of Business.
A scholarship sealed Christina Calvin’s decision to come to UO for her MBA. Now she and a classmate are launching their own company.
After a lifetime spent teaching, Dan McGuire is funding honors college scholarships for Oregonians who otherwise could not afford to come to the UO.
The chance to work as an undergraduate researcher helped Jakob Hollander see there is always more to learn, even about topics that seemed closed decades ago.
Nelly Nouboussi says knowing that strangers were willing to invest in her through the gifts that fund her scholarships has motivated her to work hard and excel.
Peggy and Dan Neal wanted to make a bold gift that reflects their values and aspirations so they made a pledge that combines an outright gift with a gift through their estate.
Basketball phenom Sabrina Ionescu wanted to make the most of her scholarship, so she earned her bachelor’s in three years. Now she is working on her master’s degree.
Violet Fox’s honor thesis shows the needs of homeless women differ significantly from those of homeless men.
Mel and Carol Mead increased the impact of their gifts thanks to advice from the UO’s gift planning team.
A timely scholarship helped Laurel stay at the UO. Now she is a speech language pathologist.
Scholarships funded by gifts help UO students gain national opportunities.
John H. Steinberg wants future law students to have the same opportunities that he had.
A scholarship allowed Lily Gordon to finish two degrees in four years.
Thanks to scholarships, Autumn Moss-Strong will be debt-free when she enters grad school this fall.
Colleen and Joel McCloud.
Dalyn Stram sees many parallels between catching fish and becoming a teacher.
A scholarship made Jailah Keller’s decision to come to the UO much easier.
Amy and Ross Kari are excited about helping students afford to come to the UO.
Haley Case-Scott became the first person in her family to go to college thanks to supporters of the UO’s PathwayOregon program.
Miguel Hernandez is moving on to grad school thanks to PathwayOregon.
When Steve Dimeo, BA ’67, faced an unexpected tax bite, he discovered the benefits of supporting the UO with a charitable remainder trust.
North Star, a new UO project supported by endowment gifts, helps students stick with science majors.
Adeline Fecker will enter medical school debt-free thanks to scholarships funded by UO donors.
Christina and Ron Friberg leveraged the sale of their rentals into tax savings, income for life, and a larger gift to the UO than would otherwise have been possible.
A beloved professor’s estate gift is helping make things happen in the Knight Library.
She’s the first in her family to come to college, and scholarships helped her complete three majors.
A special fund rewards great teaching and allows new courses to take flight.
Morse Scholars form strong bonds despite being on opposite sides of the political divide.
Gifts for scholarships give Katie Lor time to focus on career options.
Steve Raymund wants to help boost the UO’s overall excellence.
Fellowships send UO students to Oxford for human rights workshop.
Your gifts allow students like Najeer Patil to pursue ambitious goals.
Former national security advisor’s new career inspires gift for cinema studies.
Donor-funded endowment brings film industry experts to campus.
Scholarships boost Charity Woodrum’s quest to become an astrophysicist.
Best-selling author supports writing program, Pine Mountain Observatory.
Scholarship gifts helped honors student win a full ride for graduate school.
Devon Allen’s dreams are coming true thanks to his scholarship.
Stephanie LeManager, a leader in the field of environmental humanities, helps attract graduate students to the UO.
Recent UO retirees, Ernie and Greta Pressman feel strongly about the importance of universities and are supporting the UO through estate planning
Scholarships allowed Annika Hearn to explore her passion for health care and international studies.
Laura Sampson grew up hearing that she “wasn’t college material,” but fortunately, she didn’t listen.
Even though she doesn’t benefit personally from scholarship support, she is grateful to UO donors.
Like her scholarship’s namesake, Meredith is at the UO to forge a new path. For her master’s thesis, she’s pursuing a mix of psychology and the arts
He was born nearly 100 years ago, but the late Wilbur M. Watters ’39 will be helping students like Elizabeth Lytle from now on.
Fulbright Fellow uses fossils to predict earthquakes.
It feels rewarding to give.
Your generosity transforms lives.
Gloria and Roger Hunt say giving to the UO was an easy choice.
Iraq veteran Paula Barreto takes nothing for granted about the scholarships helping her achieve a long-delayed dream.
Giving back to help others succeed.
Endowed a need-based fellowship for graduate students that emphasizes giving back through communication and writing.
Jim Shephard has become a champion of strengthening the UO’s standing as an international university.
Lindy Mabuya is the first in her family to graduate high school, move to a different country, and pursue a university degree.
Jim and Donna Anderson have arranged to support several scholarships for PathwayOregon students.
One of his essential qualities was a deep and abiding sense of responsibility.
Ann Brewer of Medford carries on a lifelong connection to the University of Oregon that she shared with her late husband, Fitz.
Scholarships brought Evan Baechler to the UO; an internship led to an offer for his dream job.
Katie Thomas spent a summer studying at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, thanks to a generous visitor.
Charitable gift annuities are a key part of Bill and Mary Triska’s investment strategy for retirement.
Longtime UO supporters Ginny Clark Reich and her husband, Roger, want to help provide for future generations of UO students.
A Duck-loving pair from Portland plans to help future generations of University of Oregon students achieve the American dream.
When Donald Mickelwait sold his company, he took advantage of the opportunity to save taxes by making a substantial gift to the University of Oregon.