College of Arts & Letters alumni are impacting the world through innovation, creativity, collaboration, entrepreneurship, and inclusion every day. With nearly 35,000 Arts & Letters alumni, our network of actors, artists, communicators, designers, developers, educators, filmmatkers, lawyers, linguists, philosophers, poets, producers, translators, writers and beyond is stronger than ever. Regardless of their profession, our alumni work to redefine and reshape what it means to hold a degree in the arts and humanities.
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Giving to the College of Arts & Letters
The College of Arts and Letters is committed to providing the best possible liberal arts education to our students. To meet that goal, we must continue to attract and retain highly qualified faculty and well-prepared students and to provide them with a technologically advanced teaching and learning environment. Your gift of financial support will enable us to ensure a legacy of excellence for arts and humanities education and scholarship at Michigan State University
The Jim Seaton Undergraduate Award
As a department, we greatly mourn the passing of our colleague, Dr. James Seaton. We have established an undergraduate award in his honor. Click the button below to make a donation.
The Importance of Endowments
While all gifts to the College of Arts and Letters make a real difference in the lives of the university’s students, faculty, and staff, an endowment gift is especially meaningful because it provides a dependable, long-term source of support that reaps benefits year after year.
An endowment gift is invested by MSU and a portion of the investment income is spent annually, providing funding for the chosen area of support long after new contributions to the fund cease. The long-term benefits of endowments far outweigh the short-term gains of expendable contributions. For example, a $40,000 expendable gift spent outright on student scholarships will provide twenty $2,000 awards in a single year. A $40,000 gift to fund an endowment will provide more than 400 $2,000 awards over 50 years.