Our alumni and friends provide integral support for our students, faculty, and programs. We are grateful for their generosity and commitment to nurturing the arts and design community at Penn State.


Total College Endowment


Endowments + Annually Funded Accounts


Endowment Income + Current Year Gifts Available for Awarding FY2021


Undergraduate Student Aid (181 accounts)


Graduate Student Aid (12 accounts)


Graduate or Undergraduate Student Aid (42 accounts)


Endowed Faculty Positions (10 accounts)


Endowed Academic, Museum, Performing Arts Programs (153 accounts)

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Ways to Give

A career in the arts is giving without limits. Your gifts – in their many forms – create opportunities. Giving to the Penn State College of Arts and Architecture is a commitment to helping our students, faculty, and programs thrive. It’s a demonstration of your faith in what we are doing – and what we hope to do in the future. No matter how you give, your support and participation are essential. Thank you.

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Interested in Volunteering Your Time?

From our departmental alumni groups and college alumni society, to guest lectures and networking events, there are so many ways to get involved.

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When you give you power the constant creativity of students and faculty, you ensure opportunity, and inspire extraordinary endeavors.

Endowments and Awards

Endowments provide essential support for our students, faculty, and programs. We are grateful for the generous donors who established endowments that help the College of Arts and Architecture to thrive.

A&A students interested in available scholarship opportunities can visit our Scholarships page.

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