Join fellow Vandals in supporting the many different programs that make the University of Idaho a welcoming, supportive and accessible community for our students.
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) Gifts
CAMP assists students who have qualifying migrant/seasonal farm work backgrounds by providing financial and academic support services.
Dan Button Student Veterans Endowment
The Veteran Affairs office exists to help students apply for and receive VA education benefits whether they are veterans, guardsmen or reservists, on active duty, or dependents of veterans.
Friends of the Women's Center
The Women’s Center provides opportunities for education, connection, and support around women’s and gender issues. Your donation helps us to provide a safe and confidential space for survivors of interpersonal violence; create exciting and innovative co-curricular engagement activities; educate our community on issues that affect women and other underrepresented populations; and alleviate financial needs for students in a variety of different and important ways.
Greek Life Leadership Fund
The Greek community has been a cornerstone of U of I's legacy since the university was founded in 1889. Our community consists of 33 Greek organizations whose members make up more than 20 percent of the student population.
LGBTQA Office Programs
The LGBTQA Office Program Fund provides extra resources for cultural enrichment events and student support efforts to benefit all students at the University of Idaho. Money donated to the fund goes directly into the operation of the LGBTQA Office and to the implementation of social and educational events targeted to LGBTQA students. This includes supplies for weekly student meetings, our LGBTQA Scholars program, and more!
Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
OMA seeks to broaden the University of Idaho's commitment to cultural enrichment and academic excellence by maintaining an environment that supports multiculturalism and promotes inclusion. OMA believes each member of the U of I community makes a valuable contribution to the intellectual and social culture of the university.
Violence Prevention Programs
Success in college demands much from your body, mind, and spirit. It's tough to focus on studies when problems with relationships and other people get in the way, especially when violence is involved. The Office of the Dean of Students is here for students when they need guidance regarding issues of violence.
Native American Student Center (NASC)
NASC empowers Native American students by meeting their academic, social and cultural needs as they navigate the college experience. The NASC serves as a supportive foundation for students to help ease the transition from home to campus life.
Raven Scholars Program
The Raven Scholars Program is an individualized, supported-transition program for U of I students on the autism spectrum. The program is funded solely through philanthropic support and there is no additional cost for student enrollment.
Center for Disability Access and Resources
We adhere to the core understanding that disability is diversity and intrinsic to society. We provide equitable access to students with permanent and temporary disabilities for educational and college experiences. We promote self-advocacy by fostering an inclusive campus culture through collaboration and mutual respect for diverse learners.
Dr. Bruce M. and Kathryn Ann Pitman Student Success Endowment
The Dr. Bruce M. and Kathryn Ann Pitman Student Success Endowment provides support to U of I students who wish to pursue leadership development opportunities and student service learning projects that impact their lives and help create a better world.
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