INTERNATIONAL STUDENT & SCHOLAR SERVICES

MAKE A GIFT

Thank you for your interest in the Office of International Affairs at the University of Oregon!

Your gift to the Office of International Affairs impacts students and faculty across all departments. There are many ways to give. Visit the University of Oregon Foundation to make your contribution online. Please provide the specific fund name from the Donor Choices list below.

To use an international credit card, please contact the UO Foundation directly via uof@uofoundation.org or phone 541-302-0337. To make a gift by check, write your check to "UO Foundation" and note "International Affairs" or the specific fund name on the memo line.

Mail to:
John Manotti, UO International Advancement
University Development
1720 East 13th Avenue, Suite 312
Eugene, OR  97403-2253

To make a gift of stock, an appreciated asset or to set up a life-income gift, please contact John Manotti at +1-541-543-9908.

Donor Choices

The University of Oregon thrives on global perspectives, global engagement, and the rich exchange of ideas that can come only from a vibrant international curriculum, strong overseas study programs, and the presence on our campus of students and scholars from the world's many cultures.

Vice Provost’s Internationalization Fund

Provides high utility unrestricted funds for UO international priorities, special projects, seed money for new programs and supplemental resources for otherwise underfunded areas.

Ghent International Student Scholarship Fund

Honoring Kenneth Ghent, the UO’s first international student adviser and former leader of international outreach, this scholarship helps students with financial need and academic promise. The fund is also used to assist international students affected by unforeseen personal crises, currency devaluation or natural disasters.

Mills Study Abroad Scholarship Fund

Scholarships for overseas study, research and internships provide greater access to students interested in preparing for the global workforce. This general fund for UO students on education abroad programs is named for Tom Mills, who worked tirelessly to create opportunities for students while leading UO international initiatives over three decades.

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United States
15° 27' 13.248" S, 41° 39' 36.5616" E