Modernize McCarthy Hall

Upgrade NSM facilities to unleash the power of discovery.

Your investment will:

  • Begin a new named student scholarship or fellowship
  • Create a new endowment to support students, faculty or the department
  • Ignite discovery-based learning and teaching in state-of-the-art spaces

The College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM) is dedicated to the principle that teaching and research are inextricably linked and undergraduate research is an integral part of education.

Sustaining our leadership through a teacher-scholar model calls for ongoing investments in faculty and students, along with the programs, facilities, and equipment that support this important work.

NSM recently opened the first phase of a transformation of McCarthy Hall, a full tear down and rebuild of the second floor – home to our Department of Biological Science and Department of Geological Sciences. These new spaces promote a teacher-scholar model and encourage the common pursuit of scientific knowledge and discovery. Donor support is essential to advancing these goals.

For more information on donor recognition opportunities for those who wish to invest in the students, faculty, programs and research that will elevate the potential of our remarkable community, contact Michael Karg, Executive Director of Development.

How You Can Help

Donor Recognition Opportunities

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

Michael Karg
Executive Director of Development

Toni Miller
Senior Director of Development

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


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