Ways to Contribute to SAS

The School of Aging Studies has been a leader among degree awarding programs in Gerontology since its founding in 1967. The School’s faculty engages in applied research and education to improve the lives of older adults and their families in our communities.  Across our degree programs, our students graduate to serve as administrators, scholars, and as professionals coordinating, delivering, and managing social services for older adults in a variety of settings.  

Aging Studies Operating Fund

Arthritis Foundation Training Award

Dick Rotsell Endowed Memorial Scholarship in Gerontology

H. Edward Greely & Mildred E Greely Endowed Fellowship in Aging Studies

Harold L. Sheppard Endowed Memorial Scholarship in Gerontology

Kymberly Jane Harris Endowed Scholarship in Long Term Care Administration

Kathryn Hyer Memorial Scholarship in Public Policy and Aging Fund 

Tollette Family Endowed Scholarship

Wiley P. Mangum Scholarship

The Kenneth and Peggy Sponagle Endowed Graduate Scholarship in Gerontology