What Your Gifts Do
Every gift benefits students and faculty and the communities they serve.
When you give to the graduate school, your investment pays dividends far beyond the here and now as our students take their education and experiences out into the world.
How far does your gift go?
Meet just some of our students, faculty, and alumni to see how your support is transforming lives throughout our region and the world.
Students and faculty work in the graduate school’s new Community Counseling Center to provide high-quality, affordable counseling to the Portland community.
Lewis & Clark graduate school faculty, students, and alumni are playing key roles in envisioning greater equity in Oregon’s schools.
Through the work of students Irina Kolobova M.A. ‘13 and Allegra Warren M.A. ‘13, a new model of counseling and family therapy is taking root at Roosevelt High School in Portland
Elena Garcia-Velasco M.A.T. ’97 was named Oregon’s Teacher of the Year in 2012, the state’s highest honor. Her teaching transforms students with poor literacy in their first language and little interest in higher education into serious, high-achieving learners who challenge cultural norms and graduate from college.