Whether you serve on a volunteer board, become a member of one of our Donor Societies, join via life membership or engage in student philanthropy, there are many ways to get involved at UH! Every time you give of your time, talent or resources, you increase opportunities for today’s students and tomorrow’s leaders.
OPPORTUNITY DEFINES A UH EDUCATION
When you invest in UH, you enable opportunity to take root and thrive. It grows first for our students, who bring a special grit and determination to their studies, and next for our schools, colleges, faculty, and region.
In Tempore Legacy Society Members “Get in the Game” at Spring Luncheon
Howard “Howie” (’66, M.Ed. ’68) and Jamie Lorch were among the guests at the In Tempore Legacy 2017 Spring Luncheon at TDECU Stadium. Although there wasn’t a game going on at the stadium during the event, the exemplary support of Society members present is certainly something to cheer about. Their contributions to the University of Houston have made it the powerhouse it is today – and will become in the future.
The Power of Public Service: Mickey Leland’s Transformative Legacy at UH
During six terms in Congress, six years as a Texas state legislator and Democratic National Committee official, Mickey Leland focused much needed attention on issues of health and hunger. He passed away too soon, but his legacy lives on in the accomplishments of the Leland Fellows: UH students who complete internships in Washington, D.C. that transform their lives and careers in public service.
All the World’s a Stage for Scholarship Recipients
Endowed scholarships created in the memory of a great professor or mentor make a difference in the lives of students for generations to come. The pride that Shunté Lofton (’15) felt when she was awarded a Cecil J. Pickett Endowed Scholarship inspired her to work even harder in her acting studies at UH.