The BSOS Advising Center Student Emergency Fund, which provides emergency support for BSOS students.
The BSOS Study Abroad Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarship to students for study abroad opportunities.
The BSOS Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E) General Gift Account, which supports the College’s I&E efforts including general operating support for programming, monetary awards for business plan competitions and other initiatives as approved by the dean.
The BSOS Student Leadership Fund, which was established in honor of the retirement of Dr. Kathy Beardsley because of her passionate commitment to student support and developing leaders, and the importance of student leadership groups. This fund will support student leadership initiatives and programs within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
The Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) Fund, which supports programming that promotes student-faculty interaction through the efforts of the council.
CIVICUS Living and Learning Program Operating Fund, supports the activities of 135 first and second year students engaged in community service learning and civic participation.
CIVICUS Living and Learning Program Scholarship Fund, provide need based scholarships to students within the CIVICUS Living and Learning Program.
CIVICUS Living and Learning Program Endowment Fund, was established to provide annual support for the CIVICUS Living & Learning Program within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
The Global Communities Scholarship Fund, provide need based scholarships to students within the Global Communities Program.
The Sebastian Herbstein Memorial Scholarship in Fiction Writing Fund, which makes possible the Sebastian Herbstein Memorial Scholarship fiction writing competition for undergraduate students who share Sebastian's passion for excellence in fiction writing and storytelling.
The Kekst Family Endowed Research & Lecture Fund, which supports curriculum development, a public lecture series and an undergraduate student research program under the auspices of the Kekst Family Endowed Research and Lecture Program in Civil Society.