How You Can Support the College of Humanities

The UA College of Humanities is establishing a scholarship in honor of 2018 Alumnus of the Year M. ANDRÉ GOODFRIEND, to support students in the new Applied Humanities major.


In this time of widespread uncertainty, we continue to appreciate your support of the College of Humanities. We wish all of our alumni, donors, and friends good health and safety. If you have any questions about philanthropy and the College, please contact Michele Murphy, Director of Development, by emailing Thank you and be well!

Ways to Give:

Support the College of Humanities by making an online donation to one of the following funds:

COH Fund for Excellence

Gifts of any amount provide the College much-needed unrestricted resources to maintain and improve the world-class academic opportunities available to UA students.

COH Scholarships

Gifts to these funds support students in their academic endeavors. Click here to view stories of donors who have supported scholarships and of students who have benefitted from them.

Friends of the Tucson Humanities Festival

Support the Tucson Humanities Festival, a series of topical lectures, panel discussions and events, including noteworthy guests, presented by the UA College of Humanities.

Dorrance Endowed Deanship

 Gift announcement

Alumni Jacquelynn and Bennett Dorrance have made a gift commitment of $5.4 million to endow the deanship of the College of Humanities in support of efforts to integrate traditional and cutting-edge approaches into humanities teaching and learning.

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A New Life

for Education North

The Colleges of Education and Humanities are are coming together to transform the Education North building into a state-of-the-art, collaborative space for students and the community, including the Poetry Center and Humanities Seminars Program.

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Lasting Impact

Having begun studying Spanish as a college freshman, I saw the value in studying abroad. I was fortunate to have participated in two of Arizona’s summer programs in Guadalajara, Mexico. I am glad to be able to help other students have this same valuable experience.

Peggy Hyde



Michele Murphy

Director of Development

Modern Languages 345

William Hoffacker

ADministrative Assistant

Modern Languages 345

(520) 626-5711

We are committed to making study abroad experiences accessible to all students majoring in the College of Humanities, without exception. Our students develop the skills most valued by employers, like intercultural competence, communication and adaptability, through these immersive learning experiences.

Dorrance Dean Alain-Philippe Durand

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