Planned Gifts, Trusts, and Bequests
A planned gift is a gift made during your lifetime, but the benefit is not realized until the future. A planned gift is typically made as part of your overall financial or estate plan and can offer unique tax savings and/or income producing benefits to donors.
If you are considering a planned gift to the University, we offer services at no charge to help you and your advisors choose a plan that most closely meets your needs and desires. All donors considering a planned gift should consult with their tax, legal, or financial advisors to determine the appropriate type of gift.
For more information about about ways to give, please contact:
The University Foundation at Chicago State
9501 S. King Drive
Chicago IL, 60628
Leaving a Legacy
Dr. Julian Scheinbuks, a former CSU professor bequest stands among the largest single gifts from a faculty member to any public university in Illinois history.