Those who treasure the Humanities Seminars have the opportunity to make sure this premier University of Arizona adult education program can continue providing quality courses to residents of the Greater Tucson area for many years to come by making a gift or contributing to the HSP Endowment Fund.
One of the program's strengths has always been that the Humanities Seminars Program has been able to present outstanding classes on topics that would be of interest to 85 participants and classes that might appeal to 25. In order to maintain this excellence and variety, there is a need to reach out to the community of lifelong learners for long-term support.
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If you prefer to mail in a check, please make your check out to UAF - Humanities Seminars Operations and mail it to:
Humanities Seminars Program
Attn: Micah Lunsford
PO Box 210150
Tucson, AZ 85721-0150.
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.
“The high quality of professors is astounding. My life would not be the same without the stimulation of these classes!”
The Panofsky Honor Society
The Panofsky Honor Society has been established as a tribute to Margot Panofsky, who made the Friends of HSP Endowment possible. A gift of $5,000 or more qualifies donors for membership in the society. For those who would like to consider major gifts or bequests, Michele Murphy, Associate Director of Development for the College of Humanities will be happy to answer your questions about gifts and planned giving. She can be reached at (520) 621-1044 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dorothy Rubel Giving Circle
The Dorothy Rubel Giving Circle has been established as a tribute to Dorothy Rubel, the visionary founder of the Humanities Seminars Program at the University of Arizona and longtime advocate for life long learning. A gift of $1,000 or more qualifies donors for membership in the giving circle.