Areas of Greatest Need | 2014
Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences encompasses many programs:
Elliott School of Communication
Hugo Wall School of Urban and Public Affairs
Mathematics and Statistics
Modern and Classical Languages and Literature
School of Community Affairs
School of Social Work
Women's Studies and Religion
Undergraduate scholarships to support more Fairmount College of Liberal Arts & Sciences students.
Money is anticipated to support Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, Debate, Biology and the Center for Combating Human Trafficking, among other areas.
Money for student, faculty, program and project support critical to the success of the college is expected to make up the remainder of the academic priorities, but is not necessarily currently envisioned by academic and Foundation leadership in the detailed format as the priorities listed above.
Flexible Field Study, Geology
This money would begin to convert the traditional Rocky Mountain-based, six-week field camp into a series of smaller field experiences based upon
current events and issues in geology.
Named Center for Combating Human Trafficking
This proposed endowment would support faculty research, assessment and data management, visioning for future programs, and capacity building.
Audio Production Facility
The proposed laboratory in the Elliott School would advance students’ capabilities with media focusing on audio, and would build partnerships to advance relationships in the recording industry.
For further information about how you can help the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, please contact:
Director of development for the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences