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.
Donor Societies are one example of how you could be involved with the University.
You give to UH for so many reasons. You’re expressing thanks to former mentors. You’re giving back to the institution that gave you your start. You’re increasing opportunities for today’s students and tomorrow’s leaders. You want to change the world.
Eloise Dunn Brice
Vice President/Vice Chancellor for
University Advancement, UH/UH System
Student Philanthropy at the University of Houston is a program that gives students a better understanding of the role philanthropy plays at the university. It is intended to educate, engage and excite current Coogs about the importance of supporting UH after we graduate.
Our goal is to build a culture of philanthropy on campus so that we may continue to support UH as young alumni and into the future. By educating and engaging current students from freshman to senior year, students will leave UH with a better understanding of the importance and impact of giving back.
Corporate & Foundation Relationships
Corporate & Foundation Relations serves University of Houston students, faculty and administration by raising charitable funds from private organizations, including corporations, corporate foundations and private grant-making foundations. To this end, CFR collaborates with UH leadership, deans, faculty and development staff to match and position priority projects with suitable donors. CFR also serves an external constituency role by helping corporations and foundations work with UH more easily.
Our volunteers contribute valuable time, talent and treasure to further the mission and programs of the University of Houston. Whatever your passion, there is a way for you to get involved.
Volunteer boards serve as a unique way to advance the mission and programs of the University of Houston. Volunteer boards are significant to our university – volunteers contribute their time, talent and treasure to further UH.