How to Give to the Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics
If you would like to support students, economic research, or community programs, a gift to the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics is a worthy investment. Philanthropic support helps us fulfill our mission of educating students from diverse backgrounds while furthering economists' understanding of agricultural and resource economics, development economics, and econometrics.
Donate to Scholarship Funding
More than 30 percent of students at the University of Arizona come from a household where neither parent attended college. For many of these families, helping a child achieve the dream of getting a college diploma is a financial challenge or may be impossible. Scholarship funding can make an enormous difference in the lives of these students. If you are interested in supporting student achievement, please consider donating to a scholarship fund. You can also establish a scholarship in your name or in honor of a loved one.
Support Teaching & Research Faculty
Philanthropic gifts help our department hire and retain exceptional faculty. Through a program endowment or an endowed chair position, you can help ensure that the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics has the funding needed to attract and retain faculty members who have earned national distinction in their fields.
There are many ways you can help support the programs that are most meaningful to you. To learn more, please email Michael Celaya, development director for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences or visit the College of Agriculture and Life Science’s giving page to learn more.