Ways To Give
At Central Washington University we are grateful to have a close relationship with our students and strive to continue these personal relationships through graduation and beyond. The College of Education and Professional Studies (CEPS) offers very diverse degree programs and numerous opportunities to engage our alums with the university.
Throughout the year, we have many social events giving students and alums the opportunity to hear about our programs and connect with faculty. Volunteer advisory boards and committees present other ways that our alums, friends and industry partners share their expertise, build scholarship support for our students and assist in strengthen CWU’s academic programs.
If you are student and interested in applying to scholarships, please visit the scholarship office website for a full description of these scholarships. The scholarship office will have a comprehensive list of all resources available.
If you would like to make a donation to support programs in the College of Education and Professional Studies, please visit the CEPS MyCentral Page
Alumni Office www.cwu.edu/alumni Sign up on line to be an alumni member and update your contact information.
Q:What does “general program and scholarship support” mean as it is listed in the CEPS funds and endowments?
A: The general program support is a fund that is set up to support that program specifically but does not have a dedicated donor already established.
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