Longmore Institute on Disability

Through arts, scholarship and public education, the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability showcases the unique expertise, creativity, and value that people with disabilities bring to society. However, much work remains to be done to better educate students and the public to address the vast challenges the disability community continues to face.

Given the Institute’s pioneering work and growing national reputation, major support will allow the Institute to facilitate student educational and research initiatives, fund student interns (currently offered as unpaid), and create collaborative opportunities with scholars nationally and internationally.

 



The goal for the Center is $3,000,000

College of Liberal & Creative Arts Funding Initiatives

LCA building rendering

Liberal and Creative Arts Building

Now under construction, this state of the art building will house the Broadcast & Electronic Communication Arts Department.

Students at Commencement

Scholarships

Scholarships provide much-needed support to students to defray the cost of attending the University.

SFSU Ensemble member performing

Ensemble-in-Residence (Alexander String Quartet)

The ASQ is a world-renowed chamber music group which provides artistic distinction to the College.

Planetarium scene

Documentary Film Institute

DocFilm connects students to professionals in the field, and offers faculty development, forums and exhibitions.

QCP film still

The Queer Cinema Project

QCP connects academic, cultural and political perspectives, fostering exchange between emerging and established filmmakers.

For More Information:

 

Amanda Todd

Director of Development (Creative Arts)
Email: amandatodd@sfsu.edu
Phone: (415) 405-3827