The involvement of our alumni and gifts to UCLA make a lasting contribution--to students, communities and the world. By investing in the promise of human potential, UCLA’s alumni, faculty and friends demonstrate confidence in the power of knowledge to improve people’s daily lives.
We invite you to consider supporting the academic and professional development of current Communication Studies students through Partnership UCLA. To learn more please visit: http://www.commstudies.ucla.edu/partnershipUCLA
The impact of such philanthropy is measured in problems solved, innovations sparked, diseases cured, and lives enriched. Gifts to UCLA of every size enable transformations in the department, and support from alumni and friends like you make a difference in the life of the UCLA Communication Studies Department.
Our Alumni and friends who donate to the Communication Studies department may also receive special courtesies through the Chancellor's Circle and Chancellor's Associates programs in recognition of their generous support.
Chancellor's Circle courtesies (annual gift between $1,000 and $2,499):
Chancellor's Associates courtesies (annual gift $2,500 and above):
Alumni and friends who already enjoy Chancellor's Associates member benefits may also direct their annual gifts to our department by selecting it via the UCLA Annual Fund appeals. By designating the Communication Studies department, Chancellor's Associates members will retain the courtesies associated with their level of support. For more information, please visithttp://www.theuclafund.ucla.edu/gtg/donorrecognition.aspx
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