Texas Tech University

Supporting School of Art

The School of Art is grateful to the many donors who have provided Scholarship Endowments and Program Support Endowments which are vital to the future of the School of Art.

Endowments in the School of Art:

  • Provide much needed financial assistance, through scholarships and fellowships, to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Attract and retain the most accomplished students and faculty.
  • Support the creative and scholarly research of students and faculty which impacts our communities and the world.

What Type of Gift Can You Give?

  • Outright Gifts
  • Cash/Checks
  • Real Estate
  • Personal Property
  • Gifts-in-Kind
  • Appreciated Securities
  • Deferred Gifts
  • Bequests
  • Retirement Accounts
  • Life Insurance
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Charitable Lead Trusts

What Is A Planned Gift?
A planned gift is any major gift, made in one's lifetime or at death, which is part of a donor's overall financial and/or estate planning. They are crucial investments in the future of Texas Tech School of Art, and provide an opportunity for you to leave a lasting legacy.

Gifts may be unrestricted to benefit the entire School of Art, or may be designated to support the initiative of your choice.

Include Texas Tech School of Art in your financial planning using one of the following planned gifts:

Designation Gifts
Simply name Texas Tech School of Art as a beneficiary of your will, retirement account, annuity, or other account.

Annuity Gifts
Give and get back with an annuity gift that supports the program of your choosing today and enables you to receive a guaranteed income for life.

Charitable Trusts
Support your alma mater and receive valuable tax benefits while continuing to provide for yourself or your loved ones.

Property Gifts
Share your assets by making a gift of real estate, securities, or other property as part of your support of the Texas Tech School of Art.

Contact Us
Lydia Thompson, Director, School of Art (806-742-3826)
Robin Phillips, Director of Development, J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts (806.834.7353)