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Other Ways to give
By Mail or Phone
To support the College of Continuing Education, you can make a gift via check or credit card. If you would like assistance making a credit card contribution, please call our Development Office at (916) 278-6989. Indicate the area you would like to support in the memo line of donations by check. For your convenience, or to include credit card information, simply download and complete this gift form.
Make checks payable to:
The University Foundation at Sacramento State
6000 J Street MS 6030
Sacramento, CA 95819
Stocks & Securities
Maximize your gift and your tax benefits by making a gift through stocks and/or securities. Please contact the Development Office for electronic transfer instructions by phone at (916) 278-6115 or email.
If your employer or your partner’s employer has a matching gift program, your gift to Sacramento State may be doubled or even tripled. Your human resources office can supply you with specific instructions about the process for matching gifts.
Check our online database to see if your company matches gifts to Sacramento State.
Employee Giving / Payroll Deduction
Many Sacramento State faculty, staff, and emeriti faculty and staff are already enjoying the convenience of using payroll deduction to give to Sacramento State. Each pay period, your gift is automatically deducted by the State Controller and allocated to the area you have selected to support. Complete and submit a payroll deduction form and then rest assured, knowing the compounded impact you are making with your recurring support. Emeriti faculty and staff can establish payroll deduction from their monthly retirement. The minimum gift is $5 per pay period, per program.
By including Sacramento State in their estate plans through CSUS.PlanningYourLegacy.org, friends of the University can provide life-changing opportunities to the students of the future, while enjoying benefits of the present — including potential tax savings and life-income possibilities. Need help planning your legacy? Explore our online resources or contact us to learn more.