College of Agricultural Sciences
Totals by Campaign Year
- FY2006: $7.3 million
- FY2007: $5.2 million
- FY2008: $9.4 million
- FY2009: $7.7 million
- FY2010: $8.9 million
- FY2011: $7.7 million
- FY2012: $8.0 million
The overall campaign total for Fiscal Years 2006 through 2012 will not equal the sum of the individual campaign years due to giving activities that span fiscal years.
$30 million in crucial support for teaching, research, and outreach programs on topics including, but not limited to, organic agriculture, viticulture and enology, animal breeding and genetics, therapeutic horsemanship, and agricultural education. Gifts also support leadership development and hands-on learning for students involved with agricultural literacy, judging teams, and study-abroad programs, among others.
- 63 new scholarships created
- Total private support raised for scholarships: $12,882,033
- Total scholarships awarded: 2,142 totaling $4,086,387
Scholarship gifts may not be awarded in the year received as they may be allocated to endowments, planned gifts, or pledges.
College Chair - $1.5 million
The Wagonhound Land and Livestock Chair in Equine Sciences
Established in 2011, the Wagonhound Land and Livestock Chair in Equine Sciences provides funding to enhance the excellence of Colorado State University's Equine Sciences Program in the College of Agricultural Sciences. This chair focuses on the education, research, and service missions of CSU's world-renowned equine program. Earnings from the endowed fund support cutting-edge research and fundamentally important education and hands-on learning for equine students, so they are ideally prepared to work in the blossoming equine industry. Dr. Jerry Black, director of undergraduate programs in Equine Sciences, holds the chair.
27 new planned gift donors
(From July 1, 2000-June 30, 2005, the College of Agricultural Sciences had 6 planned gift donors.)
Million-Dollar or More Donors
5 foundations, corporations, and individuals have donated $1 million or more
- CSU Research Foundation
- E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.
- Goodier Family Foundation
- Tom Kiplinger
- Arthur and Catherine Nicholas
Total of $1 million or more gifts: $5.6 million
Donors who have given $1 million or more may have given to more than one College or Unit.
4 built or renovated
- 3 funded 100 percent with private funds
- Kelley Bartlett Conference Room and Student Lounge in Equine Sciences
- Legends of Ranching Barn
- Annual Flower Trial Gardens additions
- 1 partially funded by private support
- Animal Sciences Building (fundraising ongoing)