Give Now

The 1911 Fund supports Chadron State College through annual giving. This impactful approach allows you to make contributions that create opportunities at CSC. Since 1911, alumni, families, and friends have given to create a vibrant campus and meet the needs of students. Annual giving is essential to supporting the ongoing life of Chadron State College.

When you direct your giving through the unified family of funds in the 1911 Fund, you help us do more good for more students. By focusing on these priority areas, you give us the power to make the biggest impact at Chadron State College and make dreams come true for deserving students. Through the 1911 Fund, you may support:

  • Greatest need – Needs and opportunities are ever-changing at Chadron State. Gifts to the area of greatest need allow funding to go directly and immediately to where it is most critical. Greatest need gifts have been referred to in the past as the general fund.
  • Scholarships – A gift to student scholarships helps Chadron State students whose greatest obstacle is financial need.
  • Department support – It may have been your major or just one that is of special interest to you. Your gift will provide resources like technology in the classroom, research support, student travel, scholarship support or special projects.
  • Capital projects – Chadron State’s campus is an ever-evolving community of higher-education in western Nebraska nurturing life-long learning. Support for capital projects can be used for new buildings and renovations to allow Chadron State to continue to provide a first-rate education.

As we continue strongly forward to meet the challenges of today and seize the opportunities of tomorrow, we know we can count on you to make a difference in our success. Today, more than ever, Chadron State College alumni and friends are being asked to invest in making a difference in the lives of our students and helping to strengthen Chadron State College, enhance its reputation and elevate its visibility on a national scale. Thank you!

If you need assistance, please contact the Foundation office at 308 432-6361.

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