Office of Development & Alumni Engagement at Tarleton State University
Greater Tarleton Annual Fund
Give Every Year. Impact a Lifetime.
The Greater Tarleton Annual Fund (GTAF) is a yearly campaign designed to raise private funds for academic programs. Every year, thousands of alumni and friends give to Tarleton State University through the GTAF. These annual contributions have a direct and immediate impact on Tarleton students and programs providing support beyond that of public funding. Annual giving provides an organized, University approved process for alumni and friends to support academic excellence. You can help through your unrestricted gift to the Greater Tarleton Annual Fund.
Whether through the direct mail appeal, the Phonathon, or the annual Faculty/Staff Campaign, gifts from our alumni, friends, and colleagues enable Tarleton to maintain the distinctive academic programming that defines Tarleton's reputation for excellence.
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There are also a number of recognition opportunities for donors who support Tarleton annually. For more information, contact the Office of Development at (254)968-9769.
All annual gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. For more information, contact the Office of Advancement Services at (254)968-9771.
Thank you in advance for your gift.
"I am teaching today because of the scholarships I received while at Tarleton. I saw each scholarship as a direct investment in my life as a teacher. That investment will continue to grow as I invest in each of my students in the classroom. It is a gift that keeps on giving."
- Candace Hoggard
"It is such a wonderful feeling knowing that I will have a minimal amount of debt to repay. I have the scholarships I received at Tarleton to thank for that."
- Amy Hudson
"During my time at Tarleton, I was able to gain key leadership skills, such as staff management, presentation and public relation skills, that I use every day in my current career. Without my experiences at Tarleton, uncovering my passions, strengths and career goals would have been an uphill battle."
- Ely Borrero