Support Creativity

The USC Gayle Garner Roski School of Art and Design is a small school within a large university of 22 academic schools and units and encourages students to explore interdisciplinary experiences to choose a path based on their interests. Our faculty is committed to the advancement and development of students by providing the best possible creative education through real-world experiences like internships and research opportunities to make professional connections that can open doors and last a lifetime in the fields of art, design, and curation.

Your support gives our students access to the tools, facilities, opportunities, and world-renowned faculty that will help them develop the vision and intellect they need to succeed as the next generation of professional artists, designers, and curators.

Please support creativity by donating today!





USC Roski School Highest Priorities

The USC Roski School Undesignated Fund provides students and faculty the best resources and addresses the school’s immediate needs such as updating our facilities or furnishing studios with state-of-the-art equipment across our three campuses. Amongst those key priorities is the renovation and furnishing of the USC Roski School Senior Studios which will provide undergraduate BFA seniors with a permanent space for their final year at USC to create work in their field.


USC Roski School Scholarship Fund

This fund provides scholarships aiding students with financial assistance to provide them with a world-class education and opportunities beyond the classroom like travel study tours, teaching assistant positions, and post-graduate work-study. With over 350 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in our school, 80% of USC Roski students receive financial aid or scholarships. 


USC Roski School Endowed Scholarship Fund

This fund provides support in perpetuity for generations of outstanding and deserving Roski School students. Gifts to our Endowed Scholarship Fund act as an investment by providing a steady and reliable stream of support to the most exceptional young artists, designers, and curators in our program.


USC Roski School Emergency Student Fund

This fund provides undergraduate and graduate students who are experiencing temporary financial difficulties and provides students with the financial stability they need to continue pursuing their degrees during these unforeseen challenges. The need can include everyday living expenses related to housing, food security, job loss, medical expenses, school supplies, and other hardships unique to art and design students.


Other Ways to Give

Mobile: Text the word “Roski” to 41444 

Mail: USC Roski School of Art and Design 850 West 37th Street, WAH 104, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0292

For questions or to learn about other ways to support creativity, please contact Director of Development, Joseph Lima, at 213.821.9695 or