Make A Gift
In today's environment, contributions from individuals like you are tremendously important to our department, its students, faculty and facilities. The Department’s campaign priorities fall into the following four categories:
Students in the Department of Chemistry are talented and highly-motivated, full of big ideas and big plans for the future. By helping to fund research opportunities and academic awards, you can help ensure their continued success.
College of Arts and Sciences faculty excel at both teaching and research, and have continually garnered awards ranging from Fulbrights to prestigious fellowships. Your support will help us continue to attract and support leaders in all disciplines.
For the last couple years, U.S. News and World Report has ranked Drexel among the top 100 universities in the U.S. and 4th among "Schools to Watch" in 2010. This is because we never stop growing and improving. Your funds can help us support academic programs and centers, which will increase opportunities for students both inside and outside of the classroom.
The quality and size of the Department’s academic and research programs are growing at an exceptional rate. By supporting the improvement and expansion of our research and teaching facilities, you can help ensure that we have the resources to achieve our educational goals.
We are confident that the Department will continue to grow, to build, to challenge, to support and to amaze over the next decade. But we need your help and dedication to make it happen, and there are many ways to help. Please consider a gift to the "College of Arts and Sciences Student Fund," the "Dean’s Excellence Fund" or the Department of Chemistry's "Academic Excellence Fund."
Your gift can be made in any of the following ways:
- By check, payable to the Department of Chemistry
- By making a gift online at www.drexel.edu/IA
- By a gift of securities
- By leaving us a bequest in your will
- By establishing a charitable gift annuity
For more information, please contact:
Associate Vice President, Liberal Arts & Affinity Groups