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The COLLEGE OF ARTS & LETTERS offers the University's largest and most academically diverse curriculum. Your donation will allow the College to enrich the student and faculty experience and promote an engaging learning environment to bring forth our next generation of leaders.

We invite you to support one of the priorities below or visit the GIVE page for a complete list of Arts & Letters funds.

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Arts & Letters Dean's Excellence Fund

Allow the College to seize opportunities that enrich the student and faculty experience. 

 
 Arts and Letters provides 2/3 of the core curriculum for the University.
 
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Arts & Letters Prestigious Scholar Support Fund

Enable notable students to reach their full potential by providing financial aid to those in need of additional funding to complete a program.

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Strategic Studies Program Support Fund

Help develop tomorrow's leaders with your support of this unique program that offers concentrations in Cyber-Security, History, International Affairs, Languages, or Military Science.  

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support the area that means the most to you

Whether your passion lies in Communications, Visual Arts, the Humanities, Languages, or more, you may designate your gift to specific departments or centers. Choose now to make a difference.

 
 
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"The strategic studies program is a new bachelor's program at ung. i give to the program because i believe in its mission of an interdisciplinary program dedicated to educating and preparing the next generation of army and civilian leaders to navigate america's future strategic challenges."

- Jonathan A. Beall, Ph.D. , Asst. Professor, History

For additional information about funding opportunities for Arts & Letters, please contact Amy Brackett at 706.864.1910 or amy.brackett@ung.edu.