The second Utah State University College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHaSS) Student Giving Campaign has come and gone. A variety of CHaSS Council members helped the college add to its running total of $506.76 in cash and online donations. The council members were found in front of the east side of Old Main Nov. 16 with a booth, but unlike the first campaign that included cookies, the students offered hot chocolate on a chilly fall day. Like the Student Giving Campaign Launch, students were given the opportunity to pay $5 for a Student Giving Campaign t-shirt. The proceeds go back to the college’s scholarship fund. Students, faculty and any individual are also welcome to contribute any donation to the scholarship fund.
”This is just another example of how our students value one another and are willing to give to others so everyone gains a solid and exceptional education while here,” CHaSS Dean John Allen has previously said about the campaign. “I am very proud of our students who stepped forward to help others, which in turn will help us all as we face the challenges of the future.”
Look for a third CHaSS Student Giving Campaign to arrive by the end of the semester!