The Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Colorado Boulder is a vibrant, multicultural, diverse community of scholars, students, and staff deeply engaged in the study of the languages, cultures, societies, literatures and arts of Latin America, the Iberian Peninsula and the growing US Latinx population.
When you give to the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, you are helping to expand student learning opportunities, assisting in the training of secondary language teachers, and providing new avenues for faculty research and staff professional development.
Please find giving opportunities to the Department of Spanish and Portuguese below and on the University of Colorado’s Giving website, giving.cu.edu. All Give buttons will redirect you to the University of Colorado Giving website.
The Spanish and Portuguese Department Fund allows us to offer a variety of programs and support to our students, faculty, and staff, including scholarships, research support, professional development, programming, and more.
The Elizabeth Brower Fund supports the development of improved methods for the teaching of Spanish and assists students, both undergraduate and graduate, who will be teaching Spanish upon graduation from the University of Colorado Boulder.
The Harold F. Walton Seminar Endowment enables our department to offer a freshmen seminar to students interested in Hispanic cultures.
Questions about giving to the Department of Spanish and Portuguese? Please contact Michelle Gaffga, Director of Development at the University of Colorado, at Michelle.Gaffga@colorado.edu.