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How to Give

There are many ways to give to the College of Fine Arts. Whether your gift qualifies as an Annual Gift, Endowed Gift or Planned Gift, each type of gift makes an impact on current as well as future students and faculty.

Outright Gifts

Make an impact today. You can make your gift online by clicking the Donate button below, through an electronic funds transfer, through payroll deduction (FSU employees only), or by calling Director of Development Jessica Comas at (850) 645-0701.


When making a gift by check, please remember to include a gift form (link to, indicating your gift’s purpose or write the designated Fund Name and number in the Memo line. Gifts made by check should be payable to “FSU Foundation” and mailed to:

FSU Foundation
325 West College Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Endowed Gifts

The basic plan underlying an endowed fund is simple. The principal of the fund is never spent. It is invested and the earnings are used to fulfill the purpose(s) for which the fund was created. Funds may be created for scholarships, fellowships, lectureships, research, professorships, library acquisitions, academic chairs, scientific and technical equipment, capital improvements or any other educational purpose of Florida State University.

Deferred Gifts

Careful estate planning yields special advantages for donors and their heirs while enabling them to support the important work of Florida State in a significant and lasting way. The FSU Foundation Office of Gift Planning can help donors meet their philanthropic and financial goals while they provide significant support to the University and its various academic programs. There are many ways contributors can ensure the future of the institution. Learn more about how you can plan your gift to FSU by clicking here.

Funding Opportunities
  • Graduate student fellowships
  • Student travel and scholarship awards
  • Recruiting, rewarding and retaining exceptional faculty
  • Meeting the operational needs of the College to promote exceptional research, creativity, teaching and learning in the arts