Director of Development
Give to the Diversity Student Emergency Fund
Student retention rates, money management programs and campus community involvement will measure the success of this funding. Committee will meet frequently to ensure a long-term strategy is set in place for each student.
To maximize resources, create a network and strengthen partnerships, these funds are a collaborative effort with various student services across campus. Pools of funding and resources will help students navigate long-term financial goals. There are currently two ways to contribute to the Diversity Student Emergency Fund. Thank you for your support!
METHOD 1: ONLINE GIFT OR PAYROLL DEDUCTION
DOES YOUR EMPLOYER HAVE A MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM?
Please check with your employer to see if your gift could qualify to receive a matching gift and make your donation go even further!
METHOD 2: MAIL-IN CHECK
Please make checks payable to The Office for Equity and Diversity
The Office for Equity and Diversity
Attention: Feleti Matagi
The University of Utah
201 South Presidents Circle, Park 120
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108-1238
Additional Student Emergency Programs
Feed U Pantry
The University of Utah food pantry provides non-perishable, nourishing food for our students, their families, faculty and staff. Why? Because there are times when we all have struggles: Loss of a job, paying tuition, medical emergencies. The basic demands of life sometimes makes us have to choose between food or bills. We don’t want any member of our Campus Community to have to choose between having some food on the table and keeping up with the emergencies that come up.
Women’s Resource Center Emergency Fund
The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) seeks to be a primary network of resources for all women on campus. As a Student Affairs office they work to collaborate with offices on campus in order to have the necessary knowledge to assist student, staff and faculty with appropriate resources. The WRC offers scholarships and financial assistance, counseling for individuals and couples (for U of U students, staff and faculty), support groups for women on and off campus as well as opportunities to volunteer and get involved.
Contact Nicole Wobbe-Espinoza, Administrative Assistant of the Women’s Resource Center, for how to apply for their emergency fund.
LGBT Resource Center Emergency Fund
The LGBT Resource Center seeks to provide a safe environment for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to promote, educate, and develop programs centering on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. The center provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services, and works to create and maintain an open, safe, and supportive environment for LGBT students, staff, faculty, alumni, and the entire campus community. Fill out their emergency fund application here!
Dreamers Support Fund
On November 17 2016, President Pershing sent out a letter announcing the new DREAMers Support Fund—a fund designed to support undocumented & DACAmented students at the University of Utah. Click here if you wish to contribute to the DREAMers Support Fund, managed by the Office of Engagement.