Development & Alumni Relations

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Tish Nishanova, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2012 graduate.

Alumni and Development - The Franklin College has more than 100,000 living alumni. Private gifts totaled $7.4 million in FY12. Ther are 46 endowed faculty positions.

As the academic foundation of the University of Georgia, the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences continues to advance the university’s commitment to teaching, learning, and service.  Alumni and friends generously contributed more than $9 million to support outstanding Franklin faculty and students in fiscal year 2014.


How your Gift Helps

Contributions to the Franklin College.....

  • Provide students with financial assistance for travel to conference research initiatives and new academic projects.
  • Support faculty to continue their innovative research and reward excellence in teaching.
  • Assist with departmental alumni engagement activities such as newsletters, awards ceremonies, and alumni gatherings.
  • Support a variety of academic endeavors in a college with over 13,000 undergraduate students, 1,800 graduate students, and 800 full-time faculty.


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Student Support

As the State of Georgia’s flagship Arts & Sciences institution, Franklin is committed to supporting our students and their needs.
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Faculty Support

Home to over 800 faculty members, the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences comprises 30 schools and departments.
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Academic Support

Private giving makes scholarships, endowed professorships, graduate fellowships and international study possible. You will find as many ways to make a difference as there are departments and programs in the Franklin College.
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Ways to Give

Your gifts begin working immediately and benefit areas of greatest need within the college.
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