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We are proud of these accomplishments and are grateful to out generous donors who helped us achieve them.
Our campaign is done, but our work is not. Going forward, we will continue to need the support of our alumni to keep Colorado Law strong. Please consider making a gift today.
Over the past two decades, state support for Colorado Law, which once helped keep tuition low, has dwindled to less than four percent of our budget--and it is continuing to decline. To continue the tradition of excellence at Colorado Law, we need help from our alumni and friends.
The Colorado Law Dean's Fund for Excellence allows the dean to direct funds to those areas of highest need. Gifts to this fund give us the most flexibility to use donations to support our students and programs.
Scholarships allow Colorado Law to attract the best and most promising applicants and ensure that deserving students can pursue a legal education. You can support the law scholarship fund, honor distinguished alumni, or support students pursuing careers in specific areas of law. Please contact Cynthia Haynes, assistant director of development, for information on how to establish a scholarship or for a complete list of scholarships that need your support.
As state funding for Colorado Law has decreased over the past two decades, tuition has increased. Currently, our students graduate with an average debt load of more than $100,000. Many of our graduates would be unable to pursue careers in the public or nonprofit sectors without help. Our Loan Repayment Assistance Program offers financial assistance to recent graduates who pursue public service careers or jobs in underserved regions.
Colorado Law supports a number of law school initiatives that further our inclusiveness and diversity. In addition, we are actively involved in a several legal community initiatives and work hard to cultivate career opportunities for our diverse students and alumni. Support to the Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Fund bolsters our ability to serve our diverse students and community.
University of Colorado Foundation
Attn: Gift Processing
10901 W. 120th Avenue #200
Broomfield, CO 80021
If you have any questions about making a gift to Colorado Law, please contact the Colorado Law development team:
Mary Beth Searles
Assistant Dean for Development
Senior Director of Development
Director of Development
Assistant Director of Development
Development Project Manager
The CU Foundation manages gift and endowment accounts for the University of Colorado, including Colorado Law. You will receive an acknowledgment of all gifts for tax purposes from the CU Foundation.
Giving Societies honor and thank alumni and friends who advance the law school’s mission through generous financial support.
The Heritage Society honors alumni and friends who have made provisions for Colorado Law in their wills, trusts, retirement plans, or other deferred gift arrangements. While you may remain anonymous if you prefer, we are pleased to be able to acknowledge the benefactors who fuel the law school’s future. For more information on how to become a Heritage Society member or if you have already included Colorado Law in your estate plans, please contact Mary Beth Searles at email@example.com or 303-492-1215.
For all societies, membership is determined by total gift and pledge payments made during each fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) to any Law School fund. Join a Giving Society today and help pave the way for Colorado Law’s continued excellence.