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  • Buildings | Cal State Monterey Bay
    208 Baseball field Baseball Beach Hall 21 Black Box Cabaret 81 Chapman Science Academic Center 53 Child Care Center 91 Cinematic Arts Technology 27 Coast Hall 45 CSUMB at North Salinas 1003 CSUMB at Ryan Ranch 1001 CSUMB at Salinas City Center 1002 Cypress Hall 202 Del Mar 3 Dining Commons 16 Dunes Hall 10 Facilities Services Operations 37 Field House 902 Field Office 902C Freeman field Freeman field Green Hall 58 Harbor Hall 46 Health Wellness Services 80 Heron Hall 18 IT Services 43 Joel and Dena Gambord Business Information Technology Building 506 Mail Room Shipping Receiving 35 Manzanita Hall 205 Meeting House 98 Monterey College of Law MCOL Mountain Hall 84 Music Hall 30 Oaks Hall 490 Oaks Hall Annex Oaks Hall Storage 491 Ocean Hall 86 Otter Express 14 Otter Soccer Complex Otter Soccer Complex Otter Sports Center 90 Pacific Hall 44 Pinnacles Suites 302 Playa 2 Promontory Center 326 Promontory East 327 Promontory West 325 Reading Center 59 Sand Hall 8 Sanderling Hall 211 Science Instructional Lab Annex 50 Science Research Lab Annex 13 Softball field Softball Strawberry Apartments 301 Student Center 12 Student Services 47 Surf Hall 6 Tanimura Antle Family Memorial Library 508 Telecommunications

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  • Give to | Cal State Monterey Bay
    gifts bequests or other types of planned gifts Annual Support Greatest Need By supporting the annual fund with an unrestricted gift you make it possible for CSU Monterey Bay to foster research and innovation among faculty and students These funds give campus leadership the flexibility to respond to the unique challenges and opportunities that arise each year With state support falling the university increasingly relies on this type of private support to maintain a margin of excellence Donate online now Scholarships For the 60 to 70 percent of CSUMB students who qualify for some form of aid scholarships can make the difference between achieving their educational goals or a dream deferred If you wish to support scholarships you may choose from one of our existing scholarship funds which range from athletics to general need or decide to establish a new named scholarship endowment fund Contact a development officer Endowments Endowments generate perpetual income that can support a range of needs at the university including scholarships professorships or a specific department or program that interests you The minimum gift necessary to establish a scholarship endowment is 25 000 Through an endowment your generosity and your name can live on perpetuity and

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  • Ways to Give | Cal State Monterey Bay
    program or fund that you would like to support and mail your check or money order to CSU Monterey Bay University Development 100 Campus Center Seaside CA 93955 8001 Outright Gifts and Pledges By making an outright gift of cash your gift will have an immediate impact at CSU Monterey Bay and you will receive a charitable tax deduction for the year of the gift You may also consider extending your generosity with a long term pledge that allows you to claim deductions each year you make a pledge payment and enables CSUMB to fund long term or future projects Donate online now Planned Gifts and Legacy Giving With careful planning your generosity can bring you tax incentives and other benefits such as income for life which may enable you to make a greater impact CSU Monterey Bay than you may have previously envisioned Learn more on our planned giving website If you would like information on the benefits tax life income and otherwise of making a Legacy Gift we have a complete program in place to offer confidential assistance and answers free of charge Please contact Deborah Howitt at 831 582 3346 or dhowitt csumb edu Stocks Bonds Mutual Funds Gifts of securities stocks bonds and mutual funds often offer an even greater tax benefit than other types of gifts Giving securities is a simple and gratifying experience To make a gift of securities please fill out the form below Loading Cal State Monterey Bay broker information Caitlin Firth 3775 Via Nona Marie Suite 101 PO Box 22320 Carmel CA 93922 831 625 7010 If you would like to download a sample letter of transfer please click the link below Sample Letter of Transfer International and Wire Transfers For instructions on sending a wire transfer please call Lisa Ziska

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  • Events | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Honor Roll of Donors Contact CSUMB Home Giving Events Special events provide a unique and memorable opportunity to support CSUMB Plus your enjoyment will double knowing that all proceeds benefit CSUMB students Learn more Alumni Events We are hosting events all year Click the link to learn more World Theater Click the link to learn about the 2015 16 Season Fort Ord Alumni Association Scholarship Reception September 18 2015 Women

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  • Donor Stories | Cal State Monterey Bay
    French doors reveals a silent view of the sea hanging like a faded watercolor in the distance until darkness closes in like a curtain and the conversation shifts Frank and Donna McDowell invest in students A young man achieving at the top of his class was entering his senior year at CSU Monterey Bay CSUMB when it became clear he would need to return to the fields near his King City home to earn enough money to complete his education It s okay it keeps me humble he said seeing this not as a road block in the journey toward his college degree but merely as a curve in the path on which he would continue toward his goal Helen Rucker endows scholarship Helen Rucker a retired teacher and librarian and longtime community activist on the Monterey Peninsula endowed a scholarship she had been awarding annually since 1998 in honor of her late husband James who served at Fort Ord Rod Sue Dewar Supporting Research Opportunities The Dewars recently made a planned gift to CSUMB to support programs like UROC Rod Dewar a Monterey attorney said the program can be a life changing event for students In Memory Bruce Woolpert Bruce passed away in a tragic boating accident To honor his legacy the Woolpert Foundation is supporting the Algebra Academy an innovative program developed by CSUMB and Graniterock which provides intensive mentoring in algebra during a one week period for Rolling Hills Middle School students Bob Antle CSUMB remembers a long time friend President Ochoa recalls Bob Antle Bob was a wonderful human being a good friend and one of the first to welcome Holly and me to the community He was deeply interested in the work of our university and I will greatly miss him as a leader a

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