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College of Education Alumni & Friends,

The mission of the College of Education is to prepare professional educators and allied practitioners by encouraging and nurturing professional growth; emphasizing and supporting scholarships, research, and creative activity; and servicing all areas of professional education. The College of Education would like to thank our alumni, friends, faculty, and staff who show their appreciation of this mission with their time and money. Donations are essential in helping the College of Education continue to be one of the best in the country. To view the College of Education Funding Priorities, click on: Funding Priorities.

Listed below are a variety of ways that you can support the College.

Please consider supporting the excellence of an ECU College of Education education. Gifts from alumni and friends provide the support that ensures our tradition of excellence. You can make a contribution to the ECU College of Education in any of the following ways.

annual fund


Annual Fund. 
Make a gift every year. Make a difference every day.

 

planned giving
Planned Giving
. Leaving a legacy

 

matching gifts

 Matching Gifts. Support East Carolina through mutually beneficial relationships.

 

Credit CardCredit Card - Make a secure online donation

 

PledgePledge - Complete this Interactive Pledge form and mail

 

check
Check
- Make Checks payable to ECU Foundation, Inc. with fund name in memo line

 

draftBank Draft - Automatically Transfer Gifts

stocksStock Transfer - Download the guidelines for making gifts of stock

 

Faculty/Staff GivingFaculty/Staff Giving - Supporting the things we treasure

 

Thank you in advance for your gift to the College of Education. You will receive an acknowledgement of your gift from ECU's University Development Office, as well as a receipt.

With the loss of the NC Teaching Fellows Scholarship program, which supported over 200 of our students each year, and the increase in tuition, there has never been a more critical time to provide funding for our students who dream of becoming influential educators. There can be no greater goal than to provide students with the opportunity to receive an excellent education.
The Educators Hall of Fame recognizes and highlights the service of those educators to whom East Carolina alumni and friends are most grateful. This permanent recognition is displayed prominently in the Speight Building. Donations to this fund support a four-year scholarship offered to incoming freshmen who have intentions of majoring in education.
Where do I send my check?

East Carolina University
c/o College of Education Office of Development and Communications
Mail Stop 504
Greenville, NC 27858

Does my company participate in a matching gift program?

Many employers will match their employees' charitable gifts, doubling or tripling the value of their gifts. Some employers match the gifts of retirees and/or spouses. Click here to see if your company has a matching gift program.

How do I direct my gift to a college, school, department, or program of my choice?

Contact Kendra or Stephanie in the Office of Development and Communication.

Is my gift tax deductible?

Yes, to the full extent allowable by law. You must claim the gift as an itemized deduction on your tax return.

Will I get a receipt for tax purposes?

Yes, soon after your gift is received, you will receive a printed receipt for your gift.

I have more questions about making a gift. Who should I contact?

Call the College of Education's Office of Development and Communication at (252) 737-1257.

Give to the Department of Your Choice

Give to one of the 7 departments within the College of Education: 

  • Elementary and Middle Grades Education
  • Higher, Adult and Counselor Education
  • Educational Leadership
  • Information and Library Science
  • Literacy Studies, English and History Education
  • Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology
  • Special Education, Foundation and Research

Mailing Address:

Office of Development & Communications
College of Education
Mail Stop 504
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

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Development and Communication


Kendra AlexanderKendra Alexander
Major Gifts Officer
2200 S. Charles Blvd.
Suite 1107
Phone: 252-737-4162
alexanderk@ecu.edu

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