Giving to the Medieval Studies Program
Your tax-deductible contribution to the Medieval Studies program is a much appreciated pledge of support for our program. As state funding continues to diminish, private funds become ever more crucial to keeping our Program a vital component of many students’ education at the University of Virginia. Through the Medieval Studies Program students can study a wide range of subjects, from early Korean history and Japanese literature through Gothic architecture and Anglo-Saxon archaeology to the worlds of al-Fārābi, Aquinas, or Maimonides.
What Your Support Can Do
Your generous support helps to meet a wide variety of financial needs and enrich the study of the late Antique and medieval past at the University. It allows us to bring leading scholars to Grounds to present lectures and seminars and to meet with our students informally, over lunch and at receptions. Furthermore, your gifts enable our students to study abroad, conduct independent research, and to participate actively in the globally scholarly communities. By supporting us you are directly helping us both to introduce students to the achievements of the pre-modern world and to train the rising generation of scholars, the teachers, researchers and communicators of the future.
How to Give
You may be assured that your donation to the Medieval Studies Program makes a difference. It will help us not only to maintain our current scholarly excellence but also to build towards future goals. We are grateful for your support.
Give to the Medieval Studies Program here through this secure site. If you wish your gift to be targeted to a particular purpose, or wish to discuss further how you wish to support the University of Virginia’s Program in Medieval Studies, please contact the program director, Gregory Hays.