University of Colorado Law School Giving Society
You can make a significant impact at Colorado Law by joining our Giving Society. Your annual leadership gift of $1,500 or more to any fund at Colorado Law strengthens our position as a nationally recognized innovator and regional leader in legal education. Today’s legal market is ever-changing and your annual support at a leadership level will help Colorado Law continue its tradition of excellence. With your investment, we will continue to attract high-quality applicants, offer a high-value and affordable education to our students, and place graduates into satisfying jobs.
Consider joining our Giving Society today by making a gift to one of our campaign priorities:
Tuition is more than $30,000 a year. Help make a Colorado Law education more attractive and attainable for the most promising and deserving students.
- Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP)
The debt load for our newest alumni is now regularly over $100,000. Support recent graduates by helping those in public service law or practicing in underserved areas repay their loans.
We have fallen behind the market for professor salaries. Help us increase compensation to attract and maintain our top faculty.
- Core Programs
Our academic programs need to evolve as the demand for and delivery of legal services changes. Ensure Colorado Law has the flexibility needed to provide the most relevant, cutting-edge education.
- Area of Greatest Need
Provide valuable support to be used at the Dean’s discretion.
University of Colorado Law School Giving Society Levels
Giving Society membership is based on cumulative gifts and/or pledge payments to any Law School fund during each fiscal year (July 1–June 30). To learn more about the benefits of joining the Giving Society please contact email@example.com or 303-492-6678
- Ira C. Rothgerber, Jr. Society (Contributions of $10,000 and up)
- Dean’s Cabinet (Contributions of $5,000-$9,999)
- Dean’s Circle (Contributions of $2,500–$4,999)
- Dean’s Club (Contributions of $1,500–$2,499)