Join us in a statewide campaign to combat food insecurity by donating locally to the Comet Cupboard, North Texas Food Bank, or Minnie’s Food Pantry.
EMBA Equality Scholarship for JYSP
Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth is Retiring
The School of Arts & Humanities
The School of Arts & Humanities work is known beyond the community. We need you!
Archer Fellow Alumni Association Annual Giving Campaign 2020
Help the AFAA reach 200 donors in our annual giving campaign!
Center for Values Conference
The Center for Values invites you to support its Annual Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology Conference that will be held at UT Dallas May 28-31, 2020.
Center for Students in Recovery
The Center for Students in Recovery appreciates the donations received on #GivingTuesday. There is still time to make a difference!
Border Trip for Choir Students
Choir students go to the border of Mexico to perform for the homeless and asylum seeker population at self-produced street festivals
The Center for Children and Families: Play with Me
Support the Play with Me program and help us continue to make an impact on the community!
10 Years of UTD Pep Band
Celebrate 10 years of UTD Pep Band by helping us purchase four much needed instruments.
Next Generation of STEM Educators
Help prepare the next generation of qualified math and science teachers with support to the Department of Science and Mathematics Education (SME) at UT Dallas.
Academic Bridge Program
Support the Academic Bridge Program today!
Diversity Scholars Program 10 for 10
In honor of the Diversity Scholars Program ten year anniversary this year we are celebrating by launching our DSP 10for10 campaign! Help us raise $10,000!
Light Up The Rocky Horror Show
Senior Giving is a tradition that allows seniors a way to leave a legacy and pass experiences on to the next generation of Comets.
Archer Fellow Alumni Association (AFAA) Annual Giving Campaign
Help us reach our 200 Archer Fellow Alumni donor goal!
Get Dirty UTD!
Comet Cupboard: Back to School
Comet Closet: Back to School
Center for Children and Families
Academic Bridge Program Students Need Your Help