Giving

We believe education has the power to change lives, and in the School of Education, our core purpose is to change lives through advancing access to life’s opportunities. Our students and faculty have the vision….you have the resources for their mission. Please help us help them change lives through your gifts.

Why Give?

You may support the School of Education for a variety of reasons. You are a proud graduate. You believe in education and the work we’re doing. You want to make an impact. What inspires you? Support the School of Education and change lives for generations to come.

Make an impact and support the School of Education

Your Gift in Action

See how it feels to Leave Your Legacy by supporting the School of Education.

How to Give

Annual GivingEndowmentsPlanned Gifts
Annual gifts support the greatest needs of the School of Education, individual departments, and programs.

Donors making annual gifts of $1,000 or more become members of the Cook Society.
Gifts of $15,000 or more can change the lives of students and faculty in a transformative way by providing access to scholarship, financial support, research, experiential education, leadership opportunities, and more.

Naming endowments and other funds begin at this level. These gifts may be pledged and fulfilled over a period of years.

Learn more about Endowments
Leave a legacy at the School of Education and change lives for generations to come.

Financial or estate gifts allow you to make lasting impact now or after your lifetime while enjoying current financial benefits for yourself and your family.

We Are Grateful

  • Recognizing New Members of the John H. Cook Society – October 2019 (10/3/2019) - We are honored to thank the following members of the John H. Cook Society, all of whom are making an impact on the lives of others through their gifts to department funds or scholarships: Mr. Thomas L. Armstrong and Mrs. Karen Armstrong, for their continued support of  exceptional past, current, and future teachers through the […]
  • Doris Kroiss – Why I’m Grateful! (6/27/2019) - DORIS ANN KROISS Ph.D. candidate, Teacher Education Higher Education Hometown:  Greensboro, NC   John Onslow & Kate Dalton McNairy Scholar                             Julie Sanders Gilbreath, Class of 1955, M.ED. 1966 Merit Scholar   “I aim to research better ways to keep happy teachers in the classroom through honoring them as individuals.”   I moved to Greensboro from […]
  • Asya Taylor – Why I’m Grateful! (6/27/2019) - ASYA TAYLOR Elementary Education Concentration in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Hometown: New Bern, NC Jacqueline W. & Jack H. Varner Scholar “I will give back to my community in deeply meaningful, long-lasting ways.”   With my degree, I will give back to my community and others like it in deeply meaningful, […]
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