Giving to FLL
The activities and courses offered by the FLL department help our students to think globally and critically. Your support is greatly appreciated and will help our future generation to be global citizens.
There are four opportunities that donor can contribute:
- FLL department Fund
The purpose of this fund is for miscellaneous use not covered by regular departmental operational budget, travel/research. This money would support pedagogical /research/other needs (unrestricted)
- FLL Cultural Events
The purpose for this fund is for inviting scholars/speakers: paying for honorarium, travel, lodging, food, advertisement, and operational costs specific to the Cultural Event.
- FLL Scholarships
FLL offers scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students.
Scholarship for undergraduate students:
Lapaire-Stites French Studies Scholarship
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures Academic Scholarship
Helena R. Cheek Scholarship
Text Book Scholarship
For more information about each scholarship click here
Scholarship for graduate students:
Nieka 'Sean' Wright Memorial Scholarship
For more information about the scholarship click here
- For those interested in creating a Named Scholarship/Lecture Series/Endowed Professorship, please contact the Chair of FLL, Raymond Burt for more information.
How to give:
On-line credit card gift
If you are giving to the #1 “FLL department Fund” Please choose “Foreign Languages Department” in the Gift Designation 1 “I would like to designate my gift to” on the form.
If you are giving to the #2 “FLL Cultural Events” and/or #3 “FLL Scholarship” Please first chose “Other” in the Gift Designation 1 "I would like to designate my gift to" and then you can type “FLL Cultural Event” or “FLL and name of the scholarship” right below the box “Other”
Mailing a check
Please check “I prefer to make a restricted gift designated to” and next to “Other” write “Foreign Languages Department” or “FLL cultural event” or “FLL and name of the scholarship”
We thank you so much for your contribution for our students and faculty to make a difference!