How to Give
Antioch University Santa Barbara recognizes the philanthropic spirit and generosity of our donors and strives to create meaningful opportunities for involvement in our campus community. In addition to acknowledging all gifts and responsibly using all funds, we communicate frequently and engage our community of donors in order to build and nurture lifelong relationships. We will honor the generosity of our donors by installing a Donor Honor Wall in the main entrance foyer of our new campus. This artist-designed recognition will be made of glass tiles integrated into the wall’s design and etched with names of donors at the Patron, Benefactor, Visionary, and President’s Circle levels. Our donors are also celebrated at a variety of special recognition events throughout the year.
|President's Circle||$500,000 or more|
|Visionary||$100,000 or more|
|Benefactor||$25,000 or more|
|Patron||$10,000 or more|
|Fellow||$1,000 or more|
|Friend||up to $999|
Gifts may be made by check, money order, credit card, or bank draft.
Gifts of Securities
Gifts of securities may be made through publicly-traded securities, bonds, or government issues.
Gifts of Products, Property or Services
We welcome gifts of real property, products, or services that qualify as gift deductions under federal tax law and are consistent with the mission of the university.
Planned giving gifts will benefit the university by establishing a lasting legacy. Our Institutional Advancement staff will help you create a philanthropic strategy tailored to meet your unique financial needs. Planned giving may involve bequests, life insurance, life income agreements, annuities, and trusts. Please contact our Institutional Advancement office to answer your questions about particular vehicles to assist you with planning.
Office of Institutional Advancement
Antioch University is organized and operated exclusively as a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any purpose; it is exempt from income tax under the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Advancement officers are available to meet with prospective donors and their financial advisors to discuss without obligation areas of donor interest, Antioch University’s mission and future plans, types of gift opportunities, options for payment, estate planning considerations, and tax planning consequences of any gift commitment.
Antioch University is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) institution. Your donation is tax deductible. Every gift, large or small, is truly appreciated. Please help us support AUSB’s greatest resource – our students.