Giving to UW-Parkside supports what matters most: our students. Your gift ensures students have access to an affordable and high-quality education, impacting their contributions on campus, throughout the region, and across the globe.
The unique challenge of providing students with the faculty, learning opportunities, and financial resources they need to succeed is possible thanks to you!
Celebrazione italiana virtual event - sept. 25
Celebrazione Italiana: Looking Back and Looking Ahead
Friday, September 25, 7:00-8:00 pm
While UW-Parkside's signature Italian study abroad programs and the Celebrazione Italiana event were postponed this year, the impact continues. Join us virtually to hear from past student participants and faculty/staff about the study abroad experience, our Italian exchange partners, and how community support makes this meaningful opportunity possible for UW-Parkside students.
The Impact of Your Gift
Your contribution removes barriers and gives students access to opportunities they otherwise may not have. Your gifts support:
- Study abroad opportunities
- A range of campus organizations
- Internships at industry-leading companies
- The area you're most passionate about
Stories of Impact
PARKSIDE DAY SUCCESS
Parkside Day 2020 presented by HARIBO raised funds for student scholarships and other projects and engaged the community in showing their Parkside pride.
HARIBO of America, Inc. and UW-Parkside announce a partnership to provide more access to education for students and jumpstart an impactful facility enhancement.
50 YEARS GALA
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside Foundation hosted the 50 Years Gala on Friday, Oct. 12, celebrating the university’s 50th anniversary and raising funds for a new need-based scholarship.
SC JOHNSON INTEGRATED SCIENCE LAB
The newly renovated scientific lab in Greenquist Hall is designed to meet the STEM talent needs of the future thanks to SC Johnson and other generous donors.
THE GIFT OF MUSIC
Scholarship support from emeritus faculty and donors David Beach, Carmen Rigau, and Frances Bedford will benefit generations of music students.