Invest in achieving our vision
The success of the The Water School hinges on our ability to secure private funding from individuals, corporations, foundations and the State of Florida to expand the university's infrastructure, establish scholarships and fellowships and realign new and current undergraduate and graduate programs within the school.
Scholarships & Fellowships
Strengthening and understanding Southwest Florida’s environment involves many students working alongside scientists. FGCU seeks to attract and retain the best and brightest. Contributions are used to create student research scholarships, assistantships, faculty stipends and host symposiums.
The presence of additional researchers on campus — new faculty, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows — increases and enhances opportunities for undergraduate research. Help FGCU gain wider recognition for its contributions to knowledge of the connections among freshwater, watershed and coastal ecosystems.
Building a New Home for Research
The Integrated Watershed and Coastal Studies Building will serve as a comprehensive center of STEM activity and will provide much-needed bench laboratory courses that will help solve Florida’s water problem.
Current degree programs
Each program falls within an area of strategic emphasis designated by the Board of Governors of the State University System of Florida: