Ways to Give

There are several ways you can make a gift to the Graduate School:

Give online

To make a gift online visit giving.charlotte.edu. Enter the amount of your gift; then finish filling out the form.

Gifts by mail

If you prefer to mail your gift, please make your check payable to the UNC Charlotte Foundation marked for the Graduate School and designation, and send it to:

UNC Charlotte
Office of University Development
9201 University City Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28223-0001


During #NinerNationGives, the University's 49 hours of fundraising, students, their families, faculty, staff, and all friends of UNC Charlotte, are invited to give back to the University in a varity of ways.  The campaign is a fun way to participate through your social media accounts as well as events held on and off campus.  #NinerNationGives is generally held in the fall.  For more information and to mark your calendar, visit the Graduate School's #NinerNationGives donor page.


Major gifts

These significant contributions (generally $25,000 or more, which may be paid over five years) are often used to create endowed funds for the Graduate School. Major gifts create long-term financial stability for the Graduate School and allow the Graduate School to assist students through merit based and need based fellowships.  Naming opportunities are also available for graduate student Merit Fellowships, Need-Based Fellowships, Veteran Fellowships, Research Funding, and other opportunities.  For more information contact Mark Colone.

Planned giving

Many UNC Charlotte alumni, friends and donors choose to support the University's work through planned gifts, which include gifts of marketable securities; estate gifts through a bequest in a will or trust; charitable gift annuities or charitable remainder trusts that provide a lifetime income stream to the donor; and other gifts of real estate or tax-deferred retirement assets.  Planned gifts provide financial flexibility and various tax benefits. Planned gifts also provide an effective means of financial stewardship, redirecting money to needs that would otherwise become lost to estate, capital gains or income taxes. Because a planned gift requires careful consideration of a donor's personal, financial and charitable goals and desires, we encourage you to consult with your financial, tax or legal adviser.  For more information on planned gifts, please visit the University's Planned Giving web page.