Thank you for your interest in giving to the Paul Robeson Cultural Center. By doing so, you help strengthen the center’s impact at Rutgers and the community. Gifts to the Paul Robeson Cultural Center support the mission to serve and educate students, as well as the surrounding University community about African and African Diaspora-oriented cultures.
Donations to this fund help support leadership retreats, workshops, mentoring sessions, Black History Month, and I Am Robeson Week programming and more at the Paul Robeson Cultural Center. Donations to the Paul Robeson Cultural Center Fund most recently assisted the Paul Robeson Cultural Center in creating the Black & Retreat, a 2-day Orientation program for Black-Identified students at Rutgers before the fall semester.
Established by Frank McClellan, RC’67 to provide financial support to male students who have an outstanding term balance in their final year. To date, the Will Power Scholarship Fund has awarded over $20,000 in scholarships averaging $1,000 to assist students toward graduation.
This fund helps support the Rites of Passage Pre-Commencement Ceremony, which has been honoring Black and Latinx-identified students for over 28 years. The ceremony takes place every May at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
Established by the Rutgers African-American Alumni Alliance in 2006 to provide financial assistance to Rutgers students while helping maintain the diversity of the student body. In 2019, students received scholarships ranging from $500-$750 to assist with their educational expenses.