Click on the links to the left to open a secure web site in a new window where you may make a tax-deductible donation to the SI program of your choice using your check or credit card.
If you have problems with the online donation system, or if you would like to discuss other donor options, please call the SI Business Office at (520) 621-3565 and we will work with you personally to assure your wishes are accommodated.
School of Information General Fund
The SI General Fund is used for general operations, funding special operations, funding special events such as graduation ceremony, the awards ceremony, commencement speaker dinner, strategic planning, travel to special events and other activities.
School of Information Scholarship Fund
The SI Scholarship Fund supports general scholarships for students enrolled in one of the SI degree and certificate programs.
Knowledge River Funds
Knowledge River is an educational experience within the School of information (SI) that focuses on educating information professionals who have experience with and sensitivity to Latino and Native American populations. Knowledge River fosters an understanding of library and information issues from the perspectives of Latino and Native Americans and advocates for culturally sensitive library and information services to these communities. Scholarship funds will be used to support Knowledge River Scholars, which as selected each year to participate in the program.
For more information on these named scholarships, or if you are interested in creating a named or endowed scholarship with the School of Information, please contact the SI Business Office at (520) 621-3565 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Digital Society and Data Studies: http://cdsds.arizona.edu/
This fund is used to kick start new research projects in particular areas, and to fund public/scholarly events and discussions, such as the recent Apple/FBI/Privacy discussion. For information on how to best donate for a project or event about such topics as privacy, digital literacy and access, digitizing artifacts, data use in and for particular populations, educational technologies, or child development in these mediated times, please contact Catherine Brooks, Ph.D., Director of the Center and a member of the SI faculty, email@example.com.
New Building Fund/ Other Gifts to the School of Information
To discuss SI's new building fund or any other gift opportunities for SI, please contact Bryan P. Heidorn, Ph.D., Director of the School: firstname.lastname@example.org, (520) 621-3565.