Support Creativity

USC Gayle Garner Roski School of Art and Design offers a specialized art and design school experience within a large research university. Located in the heart of Los Angeles, home to an internationally recognized art and design community, our school offers a unique environment for creativity, experimentation, and collaboration. Your donation enables our students to become the next generation of prominent and thought prokoving artists, designers, and curators.

During this unprecedented and challenging time, we established the USC Roski Emergency Student Fund to support students at the Roski School who are experiencing financial difficulties and unforeseen circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Your support not only provides financial assistance but also resources for our students to be able to continue their studies.

Gifts to our Scholarship Fund help us provide students with merit-based support. With over 300 students enrolled, 80% receive financial aid or scholarships. We rely on the philanthropic contributions from supporters like you to provide a world-class USC education to students with financial needs, and to offer opportunities beyond the classroom such as travel study tours, teaching assistant positions, and post-graduate work study.


Gifts to our Annual Fund address the school’s immediate needs. With your support we are able to hire faculty who are leading artists, designersm and scholars pursuing cutting-edge research. Their programs and curriculum ensure that USC Roski remains at the forefront of arts education. In addition, your gifts allow us to offer supplies, upgrade our facilities, and provide state-of-the-art equipment and gallery space across our three campuses.


With any gift to USC Roski of $2,500 or more, you are invited to become a member of our Dean’s Circle. The Dean’s Circle brings together our most dedicated annual donors who are committed to the future of  our school. This group is made up of alumni, parents, and friends who are the foundation of support for our school through their role as advocates for the arts. Members engage with us through exclusive events alongside Dean Haven Lin-Kirk, prominent faculty, alumni, curators, artists, and designers. Click here for more information. 


We thank the many alumni, parents, and friends who give to USC Roski each year, and we invite you to join our community by making a gift today.



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What to Support

USC Roski Emergency Student Fund

Gifts to our student emergency fund help students with expenses related to food security, job loss and other hardships caused by COVID-19 and other unforeseen life circumstances that require emergency funds.

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USC Roski Scholarship Fund

Gifts to our scholarship fund go directly to annual student scholarships. 80% of USC Roski students receive financial aid or scholarships. We rely on philanthropic contributions from supporters like you to provide a world- class USC education to students regardless of financial need.

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USC Roski Endowed Scholarship Fund

Gifts to our endowed scholarship fund act as an investment, providing a steady and reliable stream of support for our students year over year. This sustained source of funding provides our school with a crucial edge in recruiting and nurturing the most exceptional artists and designers in our program.

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USC Roski Annual Fund

Gifts to our annual fund address the school’s, and our student’s, immediate needs. This allows us to update our facilities and provide studio supplies and state-of-the-art equipment across our three campuses. In addition, your support ensures that our prominent faculty of artists, designers and scholars can pursue cutting-edge research. All of this enables USC Roski to remain at the forefront of art and design education.

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Other Ways to Give

Mobile: Text “Roski” to 41444

Phone: 213-821-9695

Mail: 850 West 37th Street, WAH 104, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0292

For questions or to learn about other ways to support creativity at USC Roski, please contact Director of Development, Brooke Devenney, at or 213-821-9695.