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Every Gift Matters

Your gift to Armstrong State University is an investment in the future of our students and our community.  

Armstrong students represent a range of nationalities, generations, and life experiences. How are they alike? They have amazing potential. They work hard to accomplish their goals. They love to learn. And with 85% of Armstrong students receiving financial aid, they depend on generosity to advance their studies.  Federal and state financial aid can only go so far. Scholarships play an increasingly important role in student success. When Armstrong students are able to succeed, we all benefit.

Please take some time to explore this site and see what needs support now, how you can find the giving option that is right for you, and why others have chosen to invest in our university. 
THANK YOU for your support of Armstrong.

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Every gift matters. Please take some time to explore this site and see what needs support now, how you can find the giving option that is right for you, and why others have chosen to invest in our university. 
THANK YOU for your support of Armstrong.

Why We Give

Armstrong students represent a range of nationalities, generations, and life experiences. How are they alike? They have amazing potential. They work hard to accomplish their goals. They love to learn. And with 85% of Armstrong students receiving financial aid, they depend on generosity to advance their studies.

What Needs Support

As an Armstrong donor, you control how your money is spent. Your contribution may be designated to a specific area or to our annual fund supporting areas of greatest need.

How to Give

Whether you’re making a gift online, making a donation of property, remembering Armstrong in your will, or have some other gift in mind, we can help you meet your needs and make a difference to Armstrong.

Giving Recognition

Armstrong gratefully recognizes the loyalty and commitment of alumni, parents, faculty and staff, and friends of the university.

NEWS:

Read More Armstrong Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Consul General of Mexico to Provide Scholarships

(December 13, 2016) – On Friday, Dec. 9, Consul General of Mexico Javier Díaz de Leó visited Armstrong State University to sign a memorandum of understanding with Armstrong President Linda M. Bleicken. The Hispanic Outreach and Leadership at Armstrong program is a recipient of the Mexican Consulate’s 2016-2017 IME-Becas Scholarship Program, which benefits Mexican and Mexican-American students.

Read More Great Dane’s Hammond for Hope Foundation Awards Two Scholarships to Armstrong

(December 9, 2016) – Armstrong State University has received a three-year commitment from the Hammond for Hope Foundation -- founded by Great Dane -- to fund two scholarships, beginning in fall 2017. One $10,000 scholarship and one $5,000 scholarship will be awarded annually to students working toward graduate degrees in Armstrong’s Communication Sciences and Disorders program. 

Read More Bank of America Charitable Foundation Awards $5,000 Grant to Armstrong to Support Veterans and Military Students

(July 18, 2016) – Bank of America Charitable Foundation recently donated $5,000 to Armstrong State University for the second consecutive year. Armstrong will use the grant to support its Veteran’s Career and Educational Pathways Program, an initiative designed to create clearer career pathways for Armstrong’s veterans and military students by better equipping them with necessary job skills and career knowledge.

Read More Armstrong State University Receives $79,000 Gift to Support New Tennis Complex

(May 25, 2016) – Savannah residents Michelle and Barry Vine presented a gift of $79,000 to Armstrong State University in support of the university’s state-of-the-art tennis complex, currently under construction on campus. By fall, the tennis complex will be home to Armstrong’s women’s tennis team, NCAA Division II National Champions who clinched their tenth national title over the weekend, and the three-time National Champion men’s tennis team.

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