Alumni

Giving to L&S

The College of Letters and Science (L&S), one of the largest and most prestigious teaching and research entities in the nation, stands at the heart of Berkeley’s intellectual preeminence and comprehensive excellence.

Our continued leadership in education, research, and public service depends on private philanthropy from our alumni and friends, corporations, and foundations. Gifts to Berkeley play an essential role both in sustaining fundamental traditions of excellence and in moving the university forward decisively.

Contacting Our Staff

Office of Development and College Relations

The L&S Development and College Relations Office is responsible for raising private support from alumni and friends, corporations, and foundations, and provides leadership and assistance to the campus community.

Development and College Relations
College of Letters and Science
University of California
101 Durant Hall, MC 2930
Berkeley, CA 94720-2930
Telephone: 510.643.1964
Fax: 510.643.7819

Giving to L&S Academic Programs

Office of Development and College Relations

The L&S Development and College Relations Office is responsible for raising private support for all L&S departments from alumni and friends, corporations, and foundations, and provides leadership and assistance to the campus community. 

Ways to Give to L&S

Cash gifts made by check should be payable to “UC Berkeley Foundation” and mailed with a letter stating your gift’s purpose to:

    Development and College Relations
    College of Letters and Science
    University of California
    101 Durant Hall, MC 2930
    Berkeley, CA 94720-2930
    Telephone: 510.643.1964
    Fax: 510.643.7819

    Email: LSgiving@berkeley.edu

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