#MoveInMiami projects

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Funds raised will better our organization and increase our alumni outreach.

To help expand the ability of graduate students travel as part of their professional development. 

To purchase a jump, wagon and judge's stand for the Equestrian Team.

To help 10 student leaders attend the annual 2017 student leadership college conference in Chicago.

Making Greek Great

To support honors students' Honors Experiences.

Miami Activities & Programming (MAP) provides entertainment to all students on campus.

Your generous support helps Miami uphold its academic excellence by strengthening the programs that enhance our students' educational environment.

From basics like laptops to advanced 3D printing, technology support gives students free, hands-on access to resources they need.

Help the Miami Libraries ensure that students have access to the textbooks they need, regardless of their financial situation.

We are raising funds today for new uniforms! Please support the MUMB and help us reach our goal!

To support Community DIVE, a new pre-semester program that introduces first-year and transfer students to Miami’s campus and our local communities.

Help to support the OMA program by providing funding for art supplies. Each gift made will enable a student-elder pair to partner together to create art for an entire semester.

We attract and retain high ability engineering students for careers of leadership in the pulp, paper and affiliated industries.

Help the San Francisco Bay Area Alumni Chapter unlock a $10,000 matching gift and endow their Chapter Scholarship! 

To support suicide prevention programming and events, including therapy dogs, provided by the Student Counseling Service.

To provide scholarship assistance to Comparative Religion students. The Department is matching donations 2 to 1 up to $1,000.

Help recruit, retain, and support students who hope to learn computing in preparation for a career of service to their communities and to humanity.

Help provide scholarship support to undergraduate students participating in the Inside Washington Program.

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