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There are various methods by which to make a gift: through planned giving set up as bequests or through other vehicles, endowments (accounts where interest income finances initiatives such as scholarships, programs and research), pledges (agreement to make a designated gift over a stated time), and general contributions. Review our Areas for Support to see where your interests and our needs converge. You can make a gift with cash, by check or credit card – delivering it by mail, online or by phone. Please call Tina Kashat Casoli, Director of the Office of Advancement, at 517-432-6842 for more information about gifts to any of these programs

Donor recognition

We offer many ways to be recognized for giving, with naming opportunities, endowed scholarships or programs, donor giving societies, Donor Hall of Fame, on our website, in MSU Law publications, and at sponsored social events. Major gifts made to MSU College of Law also can be recognized by Michigan State University with donor consent. This double recognition reflects the value that we place on your contribution for the advancement of education.

To discuss your gift

Contact the Office of Advancement at 517-432-6842 or to discuss how to make the most of your gift to MSU College of Law.