How to Give

There are many ways to give to the College of Education. Choose from the options below to make your tax-deductible contribution:

  • Give online
  • By check – make your check payable to The University of Texas at Austin at the address listed below. Note your gift's designation within the College of Education in the memo line.
  • Through a matching gift program – many employers match their employees’ and/or their spouse’s giving. Most matches are 1:1 but some may be higher. Check with your HR department for the appropriate process.
  • Through your will or estate – you can structure your gift so that you honor your values and meet your personal, financial and estate planning goals. For more information about Planned Giving, please contact Katy Fendrich-Turner, director of gift and estate planning, (512) 232-8054.
  • Appreciated stock – please call the College of Education, 512-471-8178. to request transfer instructions.
  • Wire transfer – please call the College of Education, 512-471-8178, to request transfer instructions.
  • University Employee Payroll Deduction

All checks and documentation in support of the College of Education should be mailed to:

College of Education
The University of Texas at Austin
1912 Speedway
Mail Stop D5000
Austin, TX 78712-0287

If you’d like help with any of these gift options or if you have questions about how to give, please call the College of Education Development Office at 512-471-8178.

Giving Stories

Photo of Janis Forse Wells, a College of Education alumnae and donor.

Janis Forse Wells

“I know how difficult it is to be in school, trying to be a good parent and trying to get an education for a better life for your child."
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Alberta and Richard Hogeda

“As undergraduates, we both struggled with the cost of attending UT. We’ve been blessed since graduation and wanted to pay it forward."
Photo of Betty Bird, a College of Education alumnae and donor.

Betty Bird

“I hope new teachers enjoy teaching as much as I did. I hope I made an impact on my students and that future College of Education graduates have an impact on theirs.”
Photo of Richard Mattingly, former assistant dean for student affairs

Richard Mattingly

“I loved working with students and I wanted a way to help those who really needed it."
Photo of Cory Redding, College of Education alumnus and donor

Cory and Priscilla Redding

“I chose the College of Education to create this endowment because I wanted to make this world a better place, one person, one kid at a time.”