Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Give to the Polish Studies Endowment

You can donate directly to the Polish Studies Endowment at The University of Texas, a permanent endowment (as of April 2013) for the benefit of the Polish Studies Program in the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies.

Funds from this endowment shall be used to support study or research abroad in Poland by students of the University, talks or events related to promoting Polish Studies, scholarly research related to Poland, or instruction of the Polish language, history, or culture by faculty at the University.


To Make a Gift Online

Click the Make a Gift button on this page or visit our secure web site. You may use American Express, Discover, Master Card or Visa to make a gift.

  1. Please ensure that "College of Liberal Arts" and "Russian, E. European & Eurasian Studies, Center for" are selected in the Gift Designation dropboxes, and that the special information box below includes "Polish Studies Endowment, Account 57105461"
  2. Enter the gift amount.
  3. If the gift is in honor of someone, please specify the person's name in the box provided below.

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To Make a Gift by Mail

Please make checks payable to "The University of Texas" and note that you are making it to the Polish Studies Endowment.

Please mail your pledge to:

Stacy Clark, Chief Development Officer - Interim
College of Liberal Arts
The University of Texas at Austin

University Development Office
P.O. Box 7458
Austin, TX 78713

You may also e-mail Stacy Clark at or call (512) 471-8861 to receive more information.

For more information about the Polish Studies Endowment, please contact Agnes Sekowski by email at <> or by phone at 512/232-9123.

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