The Graduate School of Education relies on philanthropic gifts to develop new learning opportunities, broaden the perspectives of our students, recruit the best and the brightest students, and attract highly qualified faculty and staff.
Graduate Student Fellowships
Graduate student fellowships enable the Graduate School of Education to attract and recruit the best and the brightest students to pursue their calling in education. A special emphasis is placed on providing fellowships to individuals from minority or underrepresented groups and individuals serving communities of high diversity and low performing schools.
CLU's first doctoral alumni cohort established the STRIVE for Excellence in Educational Leadership graduate fellowship to support leaders who want to pursue a doctorate in values-based educational leadership.
Donors who provide endowment support to the Graduate School of Education stand among CLU's most generous and farsighted champions. Endowment support is a way you can guarantee ongoing funding to underwrite key programs and initiatives and recruit and retain outstanding faculty and students.
Naming opportunities offer CLU the privilege of recognizing donors who establish an endowment or honoring a person dear to the donor in a most enduring manner as endowed programs and chairs are named in perpetuity. The future success of the Graduate School of Education truly depends on such investments.
For more information on specific needs of the Graduate School of Education or to discuss establishing an endowment to support the Graduate School of Education, please contact Director of Development, Stacy Swanson at (805) 493-3667 or email@example.com.