University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

 

 

FY 2014 Participation

 

 63%  Nursing

 57%  UWM Foundations

 51%  Athletics

 34%  Freshwater Sciences

 31%  General Ed Admin

 29%  UWM Libraries

 20%  Health Sciences

 18%  Public Health

 15%  CEAS

 12%  Business

 11%  SARUP

 11%  Social Welfare

 11%  Letters and Science

 11%  Continuing Ed

 11%  Info Studies

   9%  Academic Affairs

   9%  Arts

   8%  UITS

   6%  Student Affairs

   5%  Education

   5%  Finance & Admin

   2%  Graduate School

 

THANK YOU!  More than 800 active and retired UWM employees contributed $582,000 in fiscal year 2014.

 

 

Open A Door 2014


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How to

Make a Gift

 

Payroll
deduction

 

Credit card (webpage)

 

Cash or check

 

 

UWM Doors

Are Amazing

 

Have fun and

test yourself.

Take the door quiz @

uwm.edu/doorquiz

UWMGives 2014 

Faculty and Staff Campaign

Thanks to you, thousands of doors open wide every day at UWM and say, "Come in!" Behind our doors are the people, knowledge and ideas that students need to achieve their goals.

Open doors and people like you--dedicated faculty and staff--make UWM successful. We teach smarter, in greater numbers, retain higher percentages and graduate more students than ever before.

Thanks to you our University flourishes.

Employees also contribute to our success by supporting the UWM Gives to UWM campaign. Employees who make a gift support initiatives that help the University make strides toward a better education for our students, provide meaningful experiences for our employees and create a powerful presence in our community.

 

Reasons to Give

  • Support university-wide or school-specific programs that aren't completely covered by tuition.
  • Create scholarship and fellowship opportunities for deserving students.
  • Enhance resourses at the UWM Libraries, Panther Athletics or any number of University centers.

Professor and alumnus Chuck Konkol on why he gives...

Dr. Konkol

Planned Giving

You can have a lasting impact on UWM and future generations of students and faculty when you plan to make a gift to UWM as part of your long-term estate and financial plans. With your help, we can ensure the UWM programs that are important to you will continue after your lifetime. For information contact Gretchen Miller at (414) 229-3067 or email gemiller@uwm.edu

For more details or to answer any questions, please contact UWM Annual Giving (414) 229-3298 or bjornsta@uwm.edu