Donations by Mail
Checks made payable to the UW Wausau Campus Foundation may be mailed to:
UW Wausau Campus Foundation
518 South 7th Avenue
Wausau, WI 54401
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Your support of our Annual Fund Campaign is an investment in the future of the campus and the many services that it provides. These gifts will make an immediate and important difference in the lives of students, faculty, and the community. The Annual Fund campaign kicks off in October and continues on through winter and spring, but Annual Fund gifts are welcomed at anytime. Please fill out the
Endowed Scholarship Fund
This fund is committed exclusively to making scholarship awards based on financial need and academic merit. While gifts of any amount are welcomed, this Fund is primarily composed of named scholarships supported by endowed gifts. A $10,000 endowed fund—the minimum required for a named scholarship--will normally generate an annual scholarship of $500. An endowed scholarship is one of the most important gifts that anyone can make—helping to ensure a legacy that will have an immediate benefit on recipients.
Please see the
Endowed Scholarship Fund Giving Form to fill out the pledge form.
Distinguished Faculty Society
A $1,000 lifetime membership (payable over 3 years if so desired) helps establish a legacy that recognizes, encourages, supports and retains outstanding faculty. Earnings on this endowed fund are used to underwrite an annual fellowship, with the recipient being named a Fellow of the Society. Members are invited to attend an annual reception and dinner, held in the fall, the highlight of which is a brief presentation by the winner of the previous year’s award. The newly selected Fellow is introduced to the members. The Foundation has now established an endowment for the Distinguished Faculty Society in excess of $100,000.
Please see the
Distinguished Faculty Society Giving Form to fill out the pledge form.
Capital Improvements Fund
The UW-Stevens Point at Wausau Campus represent a unique partnership among Marathon County, private donors, and the State of Wisconsin. The UW System provides program support through legislative funding, while local governments—in our case Marathon County—provides needed facilities. The County, however, cannot do everything that is needed, and thus support from corporations, foundations, and individuals is important for ongoing capital improvements.
Capital Improvement gifts have helped make possible projects such as: construction of the Art Building, establishment of the Wausau Homes Writing Center, a refurbished Planetarium and certain residence hall improvements. Opportunities for significant giving to improve facilities are ongoing and the Foundation welcomes your inquiries. We also welcome gifts for purchase of new instructional equipment-computers, laboratory equipment, pianos and musical instruments, for example.
While most donations for capital improvements are allocated for specific projects, and thus funds received are expended, some donors seek to meet long-term needs by giving to the Fund so that future needs—including technology and equipment—can be met as needs arise. For example, $50,000 was allocated by the UW Wausau Campus Foundation to help fund the Art Building.
Foundation Executive Director Brad Zweck at any time to discuss giving to the UW Wausau Campus Foundation.