Making a Gift to Harpur College
Your support makes a difference in supporting students, faculty and enhancing academic programs, which makes Harpur College stronger. Give back to Harpur College by making your gift to the Binghamton Fund for Harpur College of Arts and Sciences today.
Harpur Dean's Funding Priorities
Harpur High-Impact Student Learning Endowment
The Harpur High-Impact Student Learning Endowment provides resources to support career enrichment activities that integrate the knowledge and skills obtained in the classroom with co-curricular learning experiences. These experiential learning opportunities include activities such as networking events, job shadowing, internships, student research projects and creative activities with faculty mentors, travel to professional conferences and more.
Harpur College Advocacy Council Faculty Development Endowment
The Harpur College Advocacy Council Faculty Development Endowment provides resources to support faculty research and professional development. Your support ensures that our faculty have the resources to compete on the leading edge of their disciplines, bring their latest discoveries into the classroom, and provide practical research and experiential opportunities for Harpur students.
Binghamton Fund for Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
Binghamton Fund for Harpur College of Arts and Sciences provides immediate assistance and flexible funding to help students and faculty achieve their goals and enhance academic programs within the College.
- Other giving/funding opportunities
Harpur Law Council Public Interest Law Internship: The Harpur Law Council sponsors the Public Interest Law Internship Program, a unique undergraduate internship program that gives Binghamton University juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience first-hand the practice of law in the public sector and make informed decisions about their choice to pursue a career in law. Selected students receive stipends ranging from $3,000 to $4,000 plus one credit. Support Now
Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities: Established in 2009 to support research, teaching, and programming in the humanities and topics relevant to the humanities, inspire the cross-pollination of ideas and spark meaningful campus-community engagement at Binghamton University. Support Now
Harpur Fellows Program: Provides select students the opportunity to pursue a self-designed project that will service a community and contribute to the student's intellectual and personal growth. Fellows receive up to $4,000 to help defray expenses associated with their projects. Support Now
Harpur Edge: Gives students a jump-start on their future by providing connections to resources on and off campus, sponsoring enrichment programming and supporting student-driven initiatives. Support Now
Interested in Establishing a Named Fund For Research?
You can help our students and faculty create, discover and transmit knowledge by establishing a named fund for research. For more information, email John Koch, Vice President for Advancement or call 607-777- 6844.