Division of Institutional Advancement

Fort Lewis College Campus

Featured funds

FLC’s Greatest Needs

Unrestricted gifts allow for flexibility to address the College’s critical needs across departments and programs. These funds make their way to students, faculty, and the campus itself, sustaining important work year after year.

Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders (Village Aid Project) is an all-volunteer program, open to students in any major, that brings together students, faculty, and professionals to improve the infrastructure in impoverished communities in Latin America and Asia. 

Geosciences, Physics & Engineering Hall

Geosciences, Physics & Engineering Hall, opening in Fall 2016, will provide FLC's undergraduate researchers top-quality laboratories and electronics equipment, field tools, optical technologies, and specialized testing and research facilities. A rooftop research observatory will also offer the Durango community a chance to share the exploration of our region's clear dark skies. 


Students get opportunities for discovery and learning thanks to the generous support of scholarship donors. Scholarships are the College’s best way to ensure that students today and in the future can experience a quality education.

Skyhawk Athletic Association

The Skyhawk Athletic Association is the official booster organization of Fort Lewis College Skyhawks athletics. The sole purpose of the Skyhawk Athletic Association is to provide scholarship and program support for deserving student-athletes.

Every gift counts

The FLC Annual Fund

When it comes to supporting FLC, every gift counts. The impacts of
donations at all levels speak for themselves:

  • Last year, gifts from 3,051 donors totaled $874,666.
  • 618 alumni donated $520,603 in 2014-15.
  • Even gifts of $100 or less added up to $113,186 last year.

Opportunities exist to make an impact across campus at every donation level!

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