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University Advancement
Phone: (509) 963-2160
university.advancement@cwu.edu

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Your support of Central Washington University and Central students helps us deliver transformative education to current and future Wildcats. When you give back, you help put students’ needs first and help change lives every day.

Make a gift to CWU's unrestricted annual giving fund, Students First Fund, today and help support student scholarships, academic programs, and student success–putting students’ needs first. Your support ensures that Central Washington University remains a place where education shapes exceptional people.

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

University Advancement is always looking for ways to further develop our university and that would not be possible without the support of donor backing. This year, consider making a gift that will enhance the lives of CWU students. Click the GIVE button below to explore the many different ways to give back today.

We are pleased to present the FY20 UA 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 may also view audited financials, as well as past impact reports, by visiting the CWU Foundation Accounting page.


About Us

University Advancement is made up of the Alumni and Constituent Relations, Operations (Advancement Services), Development, Donor Relations, and UA Communications teams. Our goal is to create a culture of philanthropy at CWU. To do this, we will align with campus partners and remain focused on advancing CWU through its mission and vision.

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