Support the University for Seniors Program

The UMD University for Seniors Fund (US Fund) was established in 1991 to provide support to the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) University for Seniors Program based on their mission which is designed to provide humanities-based opportunities for intellectual and cultural development and stimulation for individuals 50 and older. The fund may be used for support for general operations, special projects and scholarship awards. Scholarship awards may be given to current UMD students or members of the University for Seniors program. Help ensure University for Seniors will be here for generations to come by contributing to the US Fund at the University of Minnesota Foundation.  Specifically, you can:

  •   Support University for Seniors via a planned gift. You can find more information here.
  •   Make a gift of cash, securities, property, retirement plan assets, or life insurance.
  •   Honor or give a gift in memory of someone with a donation to the US fund.

Give a tax-deductible contribution to the University for Seniors here.

Robert N. Brownlee Fund

Robert N. Brownlee, an active US member and supporter endowed the UMD University for Seniors Program in 1998 with a generous bequest which was used to establish a foundation fund. This fund provides monies to enhance the intellectual and cultural lives of the members of US as well as provide for program operation.


Support the Students at UMD

The UMD Student Emergency fund supports UMD students with emergency financial need.

UMD Student Emergency Fund

The UMD Scholarship in Honor of George Floyd supports undergraduate students whose identities are underrepresented at the University of Minnesota Duluth, or undergraduate students whose studies focus on racial and social justice.

UMD Scholarship in Honor of George Floyd

To give to either of the funds noted above or inquire about other gifting options, please contact the UMD Development Office at (218) 726-7989 or via email [email protected]. Please feel free to stop in the office located in 104 Darland Administration Building on the UMD campus.