Make Your Impact

How to Give

Types of Gifts

Giving Programs


Welcome Center

Engaged Aggie


AggieFunded provides a way for student organizations and affinity groups to raise funds for new projects and initiatives. USU groups and organizations interested in starting a campaign, click here.

"A" Day of Giving

"A" Day of Giving is an opportunity to reflect on our Aggie pride and gratitude for the impact USU has had on each of us.

Alumni Center for Engagement (ACE)

ACE is staffed by USU student callers who reach out to alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends to increase participation and support, as well as keep Aggies connected.

USU Employee

Employee Giving

Employees of USU play a crucial role through their service and participation in the USU Employee Giving Campaign. Every donation, whatever the amount, impacts a student's life in a meaningful way.

Young Alumni

Young Alum

Young Alumni Giving

Utah State's Emergency Hardship Fund provides scholarships to students who have run into circumstances that otherwise cause them to drop out of school. Please make an annual gift to help our Aggies when they need it most.


Parent Fund

The goal of the annual giving Parent Fund is to enhance and help create quality library services that directly benefit Utah State University students.

Young Alumni

Senior Class

Senior Gift

The Student Alumni Association invites seniors to leave their mark at USU for future Aggies. Join in the tradition by supporting this year's project. 

Utah Resident

Aggie License Plate

If you live in Utah, there is no better way to show your love for Utah State than with an A-plate that supports our students. Every A-plate on the road helps make it possible for the Alumni Association to award student scholarships each year.

Aggie Plates
Aggie First Scholars

Aggie First Scholars

Scholarship Program

Through generous donations, AFS scholarship recipients are given the financial support needed so they can focus on their educational achievements rather than on the demanding financial burdens they would otherwise face. Support from generous donors is critical to the continued success of our first-generation students.