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Giving to The Citadel

  • The Citadel Foundation
  • Blueprint
  • The Citadel Brigadier Foundation

Alumni and Development

Since 1842, there has been over 5000 alumni from disciplines within The School of Science and Mathematics (the current school structure itself is much more recent).

Giving to the School

Please consider making an annual gift to the School of Science and Mathematics! You may earmark your tax-deductible donation for a particular department, scholarship, or for the School. Your continued generosity ensures that we achieve our goal of providing excellence in science and mathematics education, and of making a difference in a student's life and in our country.

Existing funds that benefit the School of Science and Mathematics are listed below. We would be glad to discuss with you should you wish to support other initiatives.

School of Science and Mathematics

  • Dean's Discretionary Fund
  • Dean's Excellence Fund
  • School of Science and Mathematics Awards
  • Dr. Henry Lucius "Luke" Lafitte, Sr., '44, Endowed Scholarship
  • Edward Earl Barker Memorial Fund
  • Keitt Purcell Endowed Fund for Excellence in Science and Mathematics
  • McSween Research Fund
  • STEM Center of Excellence Fund
  • Traubert Chair in Science and Mathematics

Department of Biology

  • Biology Department
  • Dr. I.S.H. Metcalf Biology Scholarship
  • Liptak Family Scholarship
  • Ronald W. Graham, '69 Memorial Scholarship

Department of Chemistry

  • Chemistry Department Discretionary Fund

Department of Health, Exercise, and Sport Science

  • Bite Tech/Cross Chair for Human Performance Studies
  • Health & Physical Education Department
  • Intramural Gift Account

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

  • Mathematics and Computer Science Department

Department of Physics

  • Abney C. Bolchoz Fund for Physics
  • Horace A. Morris Scholarship
  • MG and Mrs. James A. Grimsley, Jr. Fund for Physics