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Give to the Department of Classics

The Department of Classics at the University of Illinois has been fortunate over the years to receive support not just from alumni, but also from numerous friends. Contributions have played a vital role in the department’s growth and success. The Departmental fundraising goals focus on establishing undergraduate and graduate fellowships, professorial scholarships, and a name lecture series in Classics.

To make a gift, select the amount for the fund(s) you wish to support, then click the “Continue” button below. You will be directed to the University of Illinois Foundation’s secure online giving site for your personal and credit card information. To clear all inputs and selections click "Start over."

Classics Annual Fund

Promoting overall excellence in the Classics department by supporting student and faculty activities, recognizing achievements, and addressing departmental needs.

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Scanlan Fellowship Fund

Created in honor of Richard T. Scanlan, whose inspiring teaching touched thousands of students, this fellowship is awarded annually to a graduate teacher who demonstrates a similar sense of commitment and energy toward making the classics come alive.

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Student Travel Fund

Created to support travel by undergraduate and graduate students for research, study, or professional development.

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Modern Greek Program Fund

Your gifts, large or small, enable our Modern Greek Program to thrive. You'll be helping to support: 

  • student scholarships, awards, and fellowships
  • graduate teaching assistants
  • operational expenses for future MGS events such as distinguished guest lectures, conferences, workshops, symposia, and study abroad programs
  • domestic and international travel for conferences, additional study, and research
  • outreach efforts to attract and retain talented graduate and undergraduate students
  • visiting scholars and faculty
  • faculty awards
  • work of faculty and students that addresses state, national, and global issues featuring Greece, Cyprus, and Hellenism
  • MGS's continued strong presence on campus and around the globe
  • MGS's continued connections with our multidisciplinary community at the University
  • our goal to develop from a world-class program to a leading international center for Hellenic studies
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