Ways to Give
There are many ways to give back to USC Rossier and positively impact thousands of students, their families and their communities. We invite you to help us realize our vision of a world where every student, regardless of personal circumstance, can learn and succeed.
Your support for student scholarships expands educational opportunities for future leaders in education, increases the diversity of the field, and paves the way to solving education’s greatest challenges.
Field partnerships—from the Southern California College Advising Corps, to Ednovate high schools and Math for America Los Angeles—help us translate research into practice, increase knowledge and provide invaluable hands-on experience, all while making an immediate impact in our community.
Our faculty produce research that impacts policy, learning design, instruction and access to a quality education from kindergarten through higher education. Their work is critical not only in helping education institutions better serve all students, but also in ensuring that students have every opportunity to become citizens who fully participate in a democracy and thriving economy.
The Academy: Leadership Giving
Academy members are among the School’s most generous and loyal supporters. These alumni and friends have an immeasurable impact on helping USC Rossier maintain the highest level of excellence that produces innovative thinkers, global leaders and pioneering change agents in the world of education.
Giving in Action
A multi-million legacy gift will support USC Rossier School of Education, Keck School of Medicine and Caruso Catholic Center
Reflecting on the academic year, we celebrate graduating students and a recent multi-million gift to USC Rossier, Keck School of Medicine and USC Caruso Catholic Center
On the heels of the Educational Equity Initiative launch, USC Rossier School of Education received an unprecedented gift that will be felt for generations to come.
The Andrew Nikou Foundation backs a crowdsourcing model that seeks solutions to education problems.