Employee Giving

2014-15 Faculty/Staff Campaign

Whether your gift is large or small, monthly or a one-time donation, it matters and it is impactful.  A record number of donors gave to CSUSM last year, and employee donors contribute to that growth!

Our Campus Community

Thank you for your role in making CSUSM an innovative, educational leader in our region.  Your passion, dedication and support fuel our growth and success.  Although changes and growth are constant, one thing has always remained the same at CSUSM - our commitment to students.  You, our visionary and dedicated faculty and staff, are working hard to ensure the finest educational experience for them.

Employee Impact

Each year employees are invited to support the Annual Fund.  The participation of the campus community plays a significant role in supporting CSUSM along the path of academic excellence, and your contribution to the Annual Fund will impact not only the University as a whole but individual students pursuing their dream of a higher education.  Nearly 73% of our students rely upon financial aid to support their education.  CSUSM depends on gifts from alumni, friends, students, parents, businesses and foundations to adapt and thrive.  Faculty and staff contributions make an impressive statement to our many constitutents and demonstrate our unified support and pride for the University.

A Growing Culture of Philanthropy

Last year the number of employee donors grew by nearly 20%.  Students too have been inspired to give back.  The Senior Class Gift Campaign helped increase the number of student donors by an astonishing 265%.

Collective Giving Adds Up

Every one of us can make a difference, no matter the amount of our gift, by supporting CSUSM students through donations to scholarships, colleges, programs, or departments.  Or simply support the Annual Fund that targets some of the University's greatest needs.  The "ripple effect" of our collective giving adds up quickly!

How to Contribute

To learn more about Employee Giving, please contact:

Sean Briner in University Advancement