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Giving | Capital Fund | Planned Giving | General Questions | Scholarships and Endowments
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Make checks out to Capital University. Send your check along with our Donation Form to: Development Office, 1 College and Main, Columbus, OH 43209-2394
Yes, gifts to Capital University are tax deductible.
To get a copy of your donation history, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 614-236-6129 or 866-704-0742.
Duplicate receipts can be created by submitting a request to Advancement Services at 614-236-6499. If leaving a message, please leave your full name and phone number.
Yes. Capital’s secure online giving system encrypts all personal information, including credit card number, name, and address. In addition, we do not store your credit card information, so there is no risk of that data being stolen.
Capital University’s fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30. Your giving and participation data are calculated and donor recognition lists are compiled based on gifts processed between those dates.
Donate online, or use our Donation Form to designate your gift to particular area. With either method, select “Other” as your gift designation and enter the fund name(s) or code(s) where you wish your contribution to be applied. You may also write your gift designation on the memo line of your check, or attach a written note with your gift. Visit our Support Academics or Support Athletics pages for more giving ideas.
To set up a recurring gift via credit card, use our Donation Form, email email@example.com, or call 614-236-6129 or 866-704-0742.
If you’d like to transfer gifts of appreciated stocks or securities, please go to our Stock and Securities page, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 614-236-6496 or 866-704-0742 for more information.
Capital University accepts gifts of personal property such as real estate, artwork, equipment, and other types of tangible property. Prior to the acceptance of the gift, the University will determine if the gift addresses a specific need and is consistent with its mission and policies. Personal property gifts must not involve significant additional expense in its present or future use, maintenance, or administration. Email email@example.com, or call 614-236-6129 or 866-704-0742 for more information about making a gift of personal property.
Special gifts to Capital University, either honoring a significant event of someone living, or memorializing someone who has passed away, provide valuable support to the University and serve as a lasting tribute to your family member, friend, or colleague. Go online, or use our Donation Form to create a gift in honor of or in memory of someone. Be sure to include the necessary information so that the appropriate person(s) will be notified of your gift. For more information, please visit our Outright Giving page, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 614-236-6129 or 866-704-0742.
The Capital Fund is the annual giving program that provides support to students, faculty and staff of Capital University. Your unrestricted gifts to the Capital Fund shape the vision and future of the university by providing funding for scholarships, academic and student programming, technology acquisitions and enhancements, faculty research and travel abroad opportunities.
If you made a gift before June 30, you gave during the current calendar year, but not during Capital’s fiscal year which runs from July 1 to June 30. If we contact you after July 1, we are most likely seeking your renewed support.
The Heritage Society is the university’s recognition society that includes all living persons who are known to have put a deferred gift in place for the future benefit of Capital University.
Please visit our Planned Giving page, email email@example.com, or call 614-236-6496 or 866-704-0742.
Discussions with Capital University’s gift officers will help ensure that your deferred gift is established according to your wishes and is consistent with the University’s mission and policies. In gratitude for your generosity, Heritage Society membership also includes invitations to special Capital events.
To let us know of changes in address, marital status, etc., please send an email to Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-236-6701 or 866-544-6180. Alumni may also change their own personal information in CapConnect, our online alumni community.
All academic information is provided through the Registrar’s Office. Please visit the Registrar’s Transcript Request page or call 614-236-6707.
For more information about establishing an endowed fund or to make a gift in support of an existing fund, please go to our Scholarships & Endowments page, email email@example.com, or call 614-236-6129 or 866-704-0742.
If you’d like to contribute to an endowment, but do not meet the minimum naming opportunity, you may donate to the General Endowment Fund, the General Endowment for Student Scholarships, or one of Capital’s existing endowment funds. For more details, visit our Scholarships & Endowments page.
Yes. You determine the parameters under which an endowed fund is established and named.
Once your endowment reaches the minimum funding level and starts earning investment income, Capital University will begin sending you annual correspondence detailing the value and use of your endowed fund.
You may have an opportunity to meet your student recipient at Capital University’s Honors Convocation and Symposium on Undergraduate Scholarship, held each spring. Occasionally, Capital University will host other scholarship events. If you are unable to meet your student at a campus event, we can attempt to arrange a visit for you.
As of May 2012, the market value of Capital University’s pooled endowment fund was $53.2 million.
Capital’s Board of Trustees limits the annual spending of investment income to five percent of the market value of endowment investments.
If your endowment is fully funded by December 31, distributions will be made the following fall semester. If fully funded after December 31, distributions will not be made until fall semester of the next calendar year. Distributions will be awarded only to recipients who meet the criteria for your fund.
Donors may also establish annually supported funds, such as student awards and scholarships. These restricted funds are distributed in amounts based on the donor’s current annual contributions and depend on reoccurring yearly contributions from the donor for continuance.
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