The need for scholarships is great, and there are many opportunities for giving. You can contribute to a general scholarship fund from which awards are made each year. Or, you may choose to create an endowment – or contribute to an existing one – that is invested and managed by the University of Idaho Foundation and awarded over time to benefit students in specific colleges and programs.
Scholarship gifts in any amount are appreciated and welcomed. The Foundation’s professional staff can provide you with the detailed information about how you can provide scholarship assistance to our students.
Supporting an Annual Contribution Scholarship: These are one-time, general gifts made without established criteria. These scholarships allow the college to award scholarships where they are most needed.
Scholarship programs which could be strengthened by your donation include:
1. The C. Randall Byers Memorial Scholarship:
Created in 2002, this scholarship honors C. Randall Byers, CBE alum ('68) and faculty member from 1973-2002 and benefits a student in the college’s Integrated Business Curriculum. To contribute to the C. Randall Byers Memorial Scholarship, click here OR send your gift to: College of Business and Economics, Box 443161, Moscow, ID 838344-3161
2. Designate your support to any of our majors:
Currently, these majors have the greatest need:
- Information Systems
- Management & Human Resource Management
These majors have established support, and additional support is always appreciated:
- Production/Operations Management
Make your gift online OR send your gift to: College of Business and Economics, Box 443161, Moscow, ID 83844-3161
3. Create an Endowed Scholarship:
For information on creating an endowed scholarship, contact Toni Broyles at (208) 885-2634.
4. Academic excellence:
University of Idaho Scholars, University of Idaho Scholarship of Merit, and Presidential Scholarships – These awards help the university attract top academic students graduating from secondary schools. For more information on supporting one of these scholarships, contact Toni Broyles at (208) 885-2634.