Longmore Institute on Disability

Through art, 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 to this very day.

Given the Institute’s pioneering work and growing national reputation, major support will allow the Institute to facilitate student education 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

A plethora of graduating students


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

Student playing an instrument

Ensemble-in-Residence (Alexander String Quartet)

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

Student looking through a camera lens

Documentary Film Institute

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

An artistic shot, courtesy of the QCP

The Queer Cinema Project

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

The front of Marcus Hall

Marcus Hall

Learn more about the first academic building to be built on the SF State campus in 25 years.

For more information about donating to the Longmore Institute, contact:

Anjali Billa ( She/Her/Hers )
Associate Vice President of University Development
(415) 405-3625
Bonnie Feinberg ( She/Her/Hers )
Senior Director of Development (Liberal Arts)
College of Liberal & Creative Arts
(415) 338-6363