College Giving Circles
College Giving Circles honor those who give to colleges to support what matters most to them.
When you join a college giving circle you become a partner in helping that college fulfill their vision through support to unrestricted funds which provides vital and flexible support to their areas of greatest need.
da Vinci Circle
Named for the great innovator Leonardo da Vinci, the College established the da Vinci Circle in 2005 to recognize and nurture 21st-century renaissance in science and engineering powered by discoveries in microtechnology, nanotechnology and biotechnology.Learn More
The Galileo Circle is a community of engaged individuals whose support is vital to the continued excellence of the College of Science at the University of Arizona. Through seminars, lectures and scientific excursions, Galileo Circle members embark on journeys to understand our scientific past, and to imagine the profound possibilities for our future.Learn More
The Erasmus Circle, named for the Renaissance scholar whose work in education changed humanity, is a society that provides significant financial support for the College of Education to advance the initiatives of the dean in scholarship and faculty research. Erasmus Circle Scholars are high-achieving undergraduates and graduate students.Learn More
The Magellan Circle is a society for donors who contribute $1,000 a year or more to the Dean's Fund for Excellence to support the academics of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences' 30+ departments and research centers.Learn More
Public Health Dean's Circle of Excellence
The Dean of the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health has created the Dean’s Circle of Excellence as a membership of people who want to make a difference in the health of individuals and communities within the southwest and around the globe.Learn More