For over fifty years, the UL Lafayette Foundation has served as a vital source of financial support for the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The Foundation continues the commitment of UL Lafayette to education by funding programs including those that support outstanding students and faculty, improve campus facilities, and maintain state of the art technology. You designate the allocation of your gift. Each gift bolsters the financial stability of the University and contributes to the pursuit of academic excellence. Thank you.
"University Annual Fund" A gift to the UL Lafayette Annual Fund helps deserving students pay for their education, aids in the recruitment and retention of prestigious faculty members, and provides for the continued development of the UL Lafayette campus.
Alumni Join or renew your membership with the UL Alumni Association by supporting the Alumni Annual Fund. As a member, you will continue to be a part of UL and you will remain connected to your alma mater.
Art Museum Support the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum and be an important part of all of the Museum's exciting exhibitions and programs in the year ahead by becoming a member or contribute to the Annual Fund.
Athletic Departments/Sports Contribute to a specific sport within the Athletics Department. With your support, you are helping provide scholarships and first class athletic facilities for our student athletes.
College of the Arts-SPARK Annual Fund SPARK helps fund student scholarships and travel fellowships, professorships, facility and technology upgrades and expansion of degree programs specific to the College of the Arts.
Other UL Lafayette Programs A variety of departments and programs on campus like CajunBot, the Cecil J. Picard Center, NIMSAT and others need support to fund research projects, travel and general operation.
UL Lafayette Foundation-Honor Roll The Honor Roll enables the Foundation to generate unrestricted gifts. Gifts are used primarily for operational expenses, development efforts, publications and to respond to university needs not met by state funding.