You can join the growing number of alumni and friends who invest now in the University’s future by including UVA as a beneficiary of their wills, charitable trusts, and retirement plans. Gifts like these can offer you and your family significant tax benefits as well as greater financial flexibility in meeting your personal and philanthropic goals.
Through Honor the Future, the Campaign for the University of Virginia, we are building on our strong foundations to support the president’s vision: to become the best public university by 2030 and one of the very best in the world.
The University of Virginia Board of Visitors approved a resolution authorizing the establishment of 10 endowed professorships in the College of Arts & Sciences to be allocated among the history, politics, classics and philosophy departments.
The $5 million gift, from alumni Donna and Richard Tadler, will be matched with $5 million from the University’s Bicentennial Professorship Fund to support a distinguished scholar in the field of entrepreneurship.
The University of Virginia will invest an additional $50 million into the Bicentennial Professors Fund, which uses University matching funds to multiply the impact of philanthropic support for endowed professorships.
The University of Virginia’s newly established School of Data Science has received a $3 million gift from Scott and Beth Stephenson to support the establishment of the Stephenson Dean of the School of Data Science.