Invest in CHC
Alumni generosity has funded improvements to the library and to classrooms, and annually helps fund deserving students through scholarships and thesis awards. Like Ginny Clark Reich, daughter of Robert D. Clark, you might consider funding a scholarship for study abroad, or establishment of an estate gift. Doug Ragen turned a classroom into a beautiful place to learn. If you are interested in contributing to the CHC, please contact Dean David Frank, or give online via the UO Foundation.
Chapman Hall Renovation. The home of the Clark Honors College is a historic building in need of a significant upgrade.
East Campus Residence Hall. The new residence hall (scheduled to open fall 2012) will be a second home for our students, and we wish to create a residential university opportunity for our high achieving students.
Distinguished Scholar Advisor. Former UO President Richard Lariviere made the recruitment and preparation of students for the distinguished awards (Fulbrights, Marshalls, etc.) one of his top priorities, and the CHC is a natural home for such efforts.
Clark Honors College Forum. To better publicize our academic efforts, we need staff and program support for readings, debates, and other intellectual activity.