Welcome, Alumni and Friends!

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

The mission of Development is to strengthen and advance the University’s relationship with its alumni, friends and students. It is through these connections that both the University and its constituencies are enriched.

Whether in the form of a gift or through involvement, supporting the University yields an unparalleled return on investment for many benefactors, creating deep and lasting ties to the University – and to the students the institution serves.

You are invited to explore the many opportunities that UA offers alumni and friends to get involved and make a difference!

Featured Stories

CFP

Judge Harold White ’52 ruled in favor of supporting UA

For nearly five decades, Judge White and his wife, alumna Jeanette Murie White, were UA benefactors, establishing scholarships to help students succeed. Read more


A-Day

Grateful alumnus establishes scholarship to honor retired UA professor

A gift from Richard A. Ciccarone honors the legacy of beloved professor Dr. Yong H. Cho – and assists students and programs in PAUS. Read more


Taylor

Local students to showcase skills at UA-hosted Science Olympiad

Time Warner Cable is funding the March 14 competition, which will bring nearly 600 students to the UA campus for science, math, technology, and engineering contests. Read more


Cummings

Matching gift programs make giving ‘twice as nice’

Companies across the country match employee gifts to UA, significantly increasing scholarship monies. Read more


Hennessy

UA Foundation receives $260,000 in IRA rollovers

Alumni and friends from across the country took advantage of the extended Charitable Tax Rollover in 2014. Read more


Story Archives

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


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