UCLA's Sociology Department is among the top five sociology departments in the nation. Students who complete our program are trained not just in advanced sociological methods and analysis, but in how to become better citizens, leaders and problem solvers.

Giving to the Sociology Department will ensure that we remain one of the nation’s top departments in a competitive academic environment and continue to offer a world class public collegiate education. Contributing to the Sociology Department can make all the difference in our ability to attract and retain top faculty and to train the best graduate and undergraduate students.p>

Chair's Discretionary Fund: In recognition of the importance of annual gifts to the Sociology Chair’s Discretionary Fund, you will be part of the UCLA leadership giving program, the Chancellor’s Society. As a leadership donor at UCLA, you will receive special courtesies based on your leadership level annual gift:

  • Chancellor's Student Circle ($100+)
  • Chancellor's Young Alumni Circle (0-4 years post grad. $250+; 5-9 years post grad. $500+)
  • Chancellor's Circle ($1,000 - $2,499)
  • Chancellor's Associates ($2,500 - $4,999)
  • Chancellor's Gold Associates ($5,000 - $9,999)
  • Chancellor's Cabinet ($10,000 - $24,999)
  • Chancellor's Executive Cabinet ($25,000 - $49,999)
  • Chancellor's Senior Executive Cabinet ($50,000+)

Please click here for more information on the special courtesies associated with each giving level.

Next Generation of Sociology Leaders: Gifts will be used for direct research costs and conference travel support for graduate students in the Sociology department.

The Undergraduate Diversity Fund: Contributions to this fund will provide partial support for first generation and underrepresented UCLA Sociology majors.

You may also receive communication from the UCLA Fund, UCLA's annual fund. If you direct your annual leadership gift to Sociology through UCLA Fund appeals, you will still qualify as a Chancellor’s Society donor and receive these special courtesies.

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Gift Selection(s):
Chair's Greatest Needs
Next Generation Leaders of Sociology
The Undergraduate Diversity Fund
Peter Kollock Distinguished Graduate Student Teaching Award

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