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Your generous commitment to CWU students ensures they can access the vital resources, scholarships, and experiential learning opportunities they need to complete their education and excel in their chosen fields. Consider giving to the Students First Fund today to help empower student success this year and for years to come.

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We greatly appreciate the generous support from friends of the university. Through your support, we have been able to make a college education more accessible to hundreds of students, and continue to enhance the academic quality of Central Washington University.

We are pleased to present the FY22 CWU Foundation and Alumni Association Impact Report

Explore the various ways that donors, alumni, and friends have helped transform the lives of current and future Wildcats.

View the report online

You can download the FY21 UA Impact Report (PDF) here. You may also view audited financials, as well as past impact reports, by visiting the CWU Foundation Accounting page.

There is never a better time than now to give back to support current CWU students who are preparing to be tomorrow’s leaders, dreamers, entrepreneurs, and artists. Help make the Central experience accessible to those who dream of achieving a quality education, making that dream a reality.

As a loyal Central Washington University alumni, donor, staff, faculty, student, parent, or friend, you are a vital part of our university community. Thank you for all you do for CWU.


If you are a student who received a scholarship, please review the Student Scholarship Instructions PDF on how to fill out your thank you letter.

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