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Ways to Give

There are many ways that you can make a gift to the Quinney College of Natural Resources. The list below outlines all of the major methods of giving. We encourage you to consult our Frequently Asked Questions, QCNR Development Director, the USU External Relation's Staff, and your financial and tax professionals to determine which method would be best for you.



Visit the Giving QCNR website and select which gift you would like to support and your preferred payment method.

Gifts by Mail & by Telephone

To make a credit card gift by phone, call the USU Advancement Services toll free at 1-888-OLD-MAIN (653-6246) or direct at 435-797-1327. Please have your credit card number, expiration date, address, phone number and gift designation ready. 

Checks can be made payable to QCNR Gift and can be mailed to:

Emily Blake, Development Director
Quinney College of Natural Resources
5200 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322

This gift form can be downloaded and printed to accompany your donation.

If you would like to donate to a specific fund or project please designate the name of the fund on the check's memo line.

Non-Cash Assets

 Quinney College of Natural Resources accepts gifts of property, including real estate and other types of personal property such as collections of books or antiquities. If you would like additional information regarding making a contribution of personal property, please contact the Development Director.

Planned Giving

 Plan for future giving through bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and other planned giving vehicles. If you would like to learn more about making a planned gift to Quinney College of Natural Resources, call Jon Paulding at 801-541-2630 or request a meeting by emailing Jon at

Please note: Utah State University is an educational institution and does not provide tax, legal, or financial advice. Any document or information shared by our staff is intended to be educational. We strongly encourage donors to seek counsel from their own legal and financial advisors.