How to Give
Ways to Give
Give Online HERE
Donate by credit card, or make a pledge. Sierra Nevada College accepts American Express, Visa and MasterCard.
Give by Check
Make checks payable to Sierra Nevada College and mail to 999 Tahoe Boulevard, Incline Village, Nevada 89451-9999
Call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 775-881-7589 to schedule monthly or recurring credit card payments.
Give by Phone
Please call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 775-881-7589 to make your gift by phone, or to ask questions about giving opportunities.
Gifts of securities present one option through which you may contribute to Sierra Nevada College that often takes advantage of tax incentives for avoiding the capital gains tax. Please call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 775-881-7589 for information on transferring securities to SNC.
Designation for Gifts
All gifts to Sierra Nevada College may be applied to an area of your choice:
Unrestricted gifts are critical resources to support the mission, vision, and strategic initiatives of Sierra Nevada College and give the college flexibility in allocating resources where they are most needed.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Gifts restricted to scholarships and financial aid are necessary for ensuring that the most talented and deserving students are provided with the opportunity for a liberal arts education at SNC.
Teaching and Learning
Sierra Nevada College is known for its ability to attract and retain an outstanding faculty. Gifts designated to teaching and learning provide resources for faculty research, and opportunities to enhance and transform the curriculum that directly benefits students and future leaders.
Campus and Facilities
Gifts restricted to our campus and facilities provide resources to build, renovate, and maintain Sierra Nevada College and our academic centers of excellence: Center for Digital Art; Croom Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership; Center for International Studies; Center for Ski Business and Resort Management; Center for Environmental Policy; Center for Interdisciplinary Studies; Center for Outdoor Adventure Leadership; and Center for Teacher Education.