$ 308,543 raised 1,077 gifts
College of Environmental Design has raised $ 28,925 from 39 gifts!
College of Environmental Design

The College of Environmental Design (ENV) connects people, places and the environment in an effort to improve communities and resolve pressing problems facing society. With a unique integration of the arts, architecture, landscape architecture, regenerative studies, and urban and regional planning, as well as a "learn by doing" approach grounded in the polytechnic tradition, ENV is a leader in design excellence and innovative problem-solving for communities in Southern California and around the globe.  This leadership is demonstrated by ENV’s nationally ranked educational programs and award-winning research, scholarship, creative activities, and outreach.

 

 

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You Make A Difference!  Your investments play a critical role in the lives of our students, the strength of our college, and our ability to make advances in the planning and design fields that impact society. The College of Environmental Design and its departments rely on the generosity of alumni and friends to help us sustain our standards of excellence as a learn-by-doing institution.

 

We invite you to be a part of our future!

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Early Bird Day 2
The next $5,000 raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Bronco Fund.
$5,000 MATCHED
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Early bird donors
The first $10,000 raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar courtesy of the Bronco Fund.
$10,000 MATCHED
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Reunion Giving: Gifts in honor of 25 and 50 year reunions
Thank you classes of '94 and '69!
Is this your 25th or 50th reunion?
Rank Answer Amount
1 Class of '94 (25th Reunion) $662.50
2 Class of '69 (50th Reunion) $200.00
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URP 50th Anniversary Endowed Scholarship Match
The first $2,000 given to the URP 50th Anniversary Endowed Scholarship will be matched by Urban and Regional Planning alumna Cynthia Nelson '82.
$1,200 MATCHED
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$1,000
Parent Match
The first $1,000 given by parents will be matched by an anonymous parent donor. (Matching funds will support the Basic Needs Initiative.)
$1,000 / $1,000 Raised
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Lyle Center Match
The first $2,000 given to the John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies will be matched by alumna Elizabeth Zangenberg, '18.
$185 MATCHED
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