Welcome, Alumni and Friends!

The University of Akron is grateful for the generous support of alumni, friends, corporations and foundations it receives to achieve its goals. The support enables the University to fund scholarships, fellowships, professorships, campus renovations, new facilities and much more.

The department mission is to strengthen and advance the relationships between the University and its alumni, friends and students. It is through these connections that the University and its constituencies are enriched and supported.

Support of the University's mission, whether in the form of a gift or by continued involvement with UA, yields an unparalleled return on investment for our many benefactors. Often, through these lasting relationships, alumni and friends of the University deepen and enrich their ties to UA and to the students the institution serves.

We invite you to explore the many opportunities that UA has to offer to our alumni and friends!

Featured Stories

Dominion

Dominion Foundation awards grant to UA

Corrosion Engineering Technology students to benefit from new equipment. Read more


A-Day

Alumni help bring prestigious science lecture to UA campus

Drs. Fu-Tyan and Fu-mei C. Lin, proud of their UA education, are instrumental in Pittcon's selection of UA as the site for one of its world-renowned chemistry lectures. Read more


Alex Guthrie

Donations fund innovative program for kids with hearing loss

Gifts from alumni and friends are propelling ZipsHear, the UA-led program that delivers onsite – or remote – therapies to children with profound hearing loss. Read more


Cummings

Putting a name on history

Thanks to the generosity of Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings, the Center for the History of Psychology has a bright future — and a new name. Read more


Finance professionals

Bequest from UA family member demonstrates that giving never grows old

Lifelong educator and centenarian Geraldine Robinson may have saved her best lesson for last. Read more


Story Archives

 Read how others support UA and learn how you can do the same.


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