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FSU College of Education seeks support on national day of giving

December 2, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

In 2012, New York’s 92nd Street Y in partnership with the United Nations Foundation created a national day of giving to celebrate the generosity of the holiday season and to inspire action around charitable giving. Giving Tuesday takes place the Tuesday following Thanksgiving Thursday, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday.

On December 2, Florida State will join thousands of national and international non-profit organizations to celebrate Giving Tuesday. As you consider the organizations that are dear to your heart, we hope you will remember Florida State fondly and choose to make a gift to support academic programs, scholarships, or student activities.

The Florida State University College of Education has more than 40 academic programs offering bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, as well as specialist’s certifications, with many opportunities for online/distance learning. In addition to providing scholarships, graduate student fellowships, and faculty support in their research goals, your Giving Tuesday gift will help us accomplish our ambitious goal of elevating the College of Education into the Top 25 of public colleges of education in the nation.

To make a gift to the Florida State University College of Education, please visit one.fsu.edu/gift or call (850) 644-6000 to make a gift using a major credit or debit card. Be sure to select the College of Education as your designation!

Thank you again for your continued support and Go ‘Noles!


via foundation.fsu.edu

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