Alumni and friends made the University of Arizona's first Giving Day a huge success. Learn which class made the highest number of gifts and which challenges were met. And hear from students on why these gifts truly matter to their Wildcat Journeys.
Andrew and Kirsten Braccia have made a gift in support of the College of Nursing, COVID-19 initiatives and student-athletes whose eligibility has been extended. The largest portion of the gift was in support of the College of Nursing.
The University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine is ensuring students will focus on their health and well-being, thanks to a private gift. The Mary Jane McMillen Crowe Student Success & Wellness Center is a resource-rich place where students can learn how to manage and maintain wellness.
Sundt Construction, a longtime UArizona partner, is supporting the Construction Engineering Management program with a $250,000 endowment. Sundt has been supportive of the program since it was first established in 2015.
The Wildcat community has come together to Fuel the Response to the challenges of COVID-19. This means funding COVID-19 research and testing as well as supporting students and staff during this critical time.
Before anyone realized that 2020 would mark the first-ever virtual Design Day, it was clear the event would be special: It was the first year the day was celebrated as part of the college’s new Craig M. Berge Engineering Design Program.