Geological Sciences

CSUF Geology Rainbow Basin 2017
$28,360
189%
Raised toward our $15,000 Goal
52 Donors
14
days left
Project ends on October 31, at 11:59 PM PDT
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Be a Rock Star: Support the Geological Sciences Department!

The Geological Sciences Department at Cal State Fullerton has a long history of alumni engagement through event participation and donations that provide critical support for the next generation of geologists and Earth scientists. Our current effort will raise funds to directly support our students through scholarships and awards. Funding will be used to help enhance and endow several of our scholarships. 

Filed Camp 2016 - Yellowstone National Park

Our crowdfunding effort is taking place in conjunction with our annual Alumni Reunion on October 1, 2021 at Dave & Buster's in the City of Orange. We hope to see you there, but even if you can't make it, you can still have an impact on our current and future students.

2019 Alumni Night

Through alumni support over the last few years, we’ve been able to create scholarship endowments and increase the distributed amounts of many of the named scholarships in our department. This year, we look to further enhance scholarship funding and support student participation in field camp.

Class of 2018

Thank you for your consideration and support of the Geological Sciences Department and for playing a role in the future success of our students!

Class of 2018


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$10

Apatite

With a hardness of 5, Apatite can scratch a penny but not glass. Thank you for giving as all proceeds go to help funds our scholarships, and any amount helps!

$25

Quartz

Quartz has a hardness of 7 and is one of the most durable minerals. Thanks for being a durable donor!

$100

Topaz

Topaz is the hardest silicate mineral and is orthorhombic. Thank you for helping our students crystallize their knowledge of Earth!

$500

Corundum

Corundum has a hardness of 9, and includes rubies and sapphires. Thank you for being a gem!

$1,000

Diamond

Diamonds are at the top of the Mohs scale with a hardness of 10. Thank you for helping our students reach their full, cut and polished potential!

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