Gifts to Honor
The Dr. and Mrs. John P. Pearson scholarship was established in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Pearson and will exist in perpetuity, serving to assist students studying nursing at CSU Channel Islands.
Gifts to Leave a Legacy
Through a generous gift provided by the Smith Family, the Martin V. Smith School of Business and Economics was established at CI.
Gifts for the Future
Bob and Norma Lagomarsino were instrumental in the establishment of CI and with the help of their financial advisors, they have established a gift that will help ensure the a future of excellence at CSU Channel Islands for years to come.
Gifts to Remember
With the help of her financial advisors, Ms. Margaret Garlock established a bequest within her estate plan that has provided needed scholarship assistance for nursing students.
Gifts to Inspire
"Everyone deserves a chance to succeed in life. My teaching scholarship can help turn dreams into reality. Great teachers are today's heroes."
– Barbara Meister.
About Legacy Giving
Legacy gifts provide the foundation for growth and academic excellence at CSU Channel Islands. These gifts have the ability to be transformational, making a significant impact on our students, faculty, and the University’s key role in higher education within the region.
Legacy gifts begin at the $25,000 level and often times come with benefits not only for the University, but also for the donor, such as tax and other financial incentives. Legacy gifts are made using many different vehicles. Bequests made in a will, charitable remainder annuities and other estate plan gifts can be made. However, legacy gifts can simply be outright gifts to the University - given all at one time or pledged over a maximum of five years. How the gift is structured is entirely up to you and what works best with your financial, investment, and charitable goals.
We encourage you to speak with a financial professional for more information about how you can leave a legacy at CSU Channel Islands and we also invite you to contact Nichole Ipach, Assistant Vice President for University Development at 805-437-8893 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.