Expand Learning Opportunities for Titan Artists

Keep arts training accessible in Orange County.

Your investment will:

  • Support student scholarships and travel
  • Attract and retain leading artist educators

Specialized arts training is essential to developing California’s creative economy and needs to remain accessible in the CSU system. We will respond to continuing demand for particular areas of distinction by recruiting and retaining talented faculty members and further enriching the experiential learning environment. Degree programs in glass, exhibition design, entertainment arts and animation, technical and musical theater, and dance continue to serve a large number of students, as do choral, jazz and commercial music.

Your investment will help endow the first chairs and endowed professorships in the departments of Music, Theatre and Dance, and Visual Arts to attract and retain leading artist educators. Additional investments will create endowments to sustain scholarships, residencies and other artist activities to further enhance the educational experience. Your support will educate the next wave of artists and fuel their contributions to the creative landscape of the region.

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For more information about this investment opportunity and how your contribution will be used, contact:

Carlos Leija
Associate Vice President

800 N. State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92831-3599


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