Giving to the College

The Slane College is the exciting convergence of communications and fine arts as the perfect educational model of the way the way the world works in our digital, interconnected, media age. As both independent and connected academic units, our departments of art and design, communication, interactive media, music and theatre arts work separately and together to prepare our students to take the lead in the thriving enterprises of entertainment, media and communications. Our nationally-ranked marquee programs in game design, animation, user experience design, sports communication, music business, graphic design and theatre arts draw students from all over the world to study at Bradley University.

Our high-impact experiential learning includes public performances of plays, concerts and recitals; exhibitions of student, faculty and professional guest artwork; the development, release and publishing of student computer and desktop games, animations and digital media assets; narrative video and film production with state-of-the-art technology; the best speech team in the world; our Hollywood Semester study-away experience at our campus in Los Angeles; and our Global Scholars study-abroad expeditions throughout the world.

These extraordinary creative arts and media all have four things in common: imagination, creators, passion and patrons.

The students and faculty of the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts provide the imagination, creators and the passion. You are our dedicated and loyal patrons. Become one with our passion by in support of any, many or all of these extraordinary creative and educational activities by making a gift today.

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Naming Gifts

To join our patrons who have enhanced their gifts with a lifetime of legacy, make a gift that puts your name on an endowed or annual scholarship or on one of our departments, programs, productions, buildings, performance spaces, classrooms, labs, studios, lectureships, competitions, professorships, or even a seat in the Hartmann Center for the Performing Arts or the Dingeldine Music Center contact:

Jen Funk
Director of Development, Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts
(309) 677-3442