The role of the Class Giving Campaign Committee is to educate the student body about the importance of the Class Giving Campaign and to encourage active participation.



The Class Giving Campaign Committee will spearhead the Class Giving Campaign for that semester. They are in charge of, with the help of the advisor, developing a marketing plan around the campaign, an outreach strategy, setting campaign goals, and working towards achieving those goals.



We are looking for Dustdevils who are passionate about TAMIU, believe in the TAMIU experience, are motivated to make a difference, and aren't afraid to flex their communication skills. (No prior experience in fundraising is required!)



Committee Members must:

  • Create a strategic plan to achieve a goal that includes a targeted marketing campaign and at least one event in the semester
  • Be enthusiastic about the Class Giving Campaign and encourage their classmates to make a gift
  • Attend bi-weekly committee meetings
  • Solicit classmates directly via personal social media accounts
  • Lead and create advertising and outreach efforts
  • Set percentage/ participation goals in partnership with SPC



  • Raise funds to make a lasting impact at TAMIU (this goes far beyond your graduation year!)
  • Build resume experiences/ skills and professional development opportunities
  • Fundraising, crowdfunding, and peer-to-peer fundraising experience 
  • Public speaking opportunities 
  • Free food and TAMIU swag
The average time commitment for a Class Giving Campaign Committee Member is 2-4 hours per month

fast facts


Since 2016, over $40k has been donated to the Class Giving Campaign by graduating students.


More than 1,700 students have donated to the Class Giving Campaign.


All proceeds help TAMIU students!


Students are at the heart of this campaign, its initiation, and its future. Always.

committee members

(open to non-SPC members)


Paola Tovar, '20 

Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Psychology

Paola is the Vice Chair of the Student Philanthropy Council, the Class Giving Campaign Manager, an Intern at the Office of Alumni Relations, a Student Philanthropy Ambassador, a member of Sigma Nu Delta Multicultural Co-Ed Society, Inc., Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the TAMIU Pre-Law Chapter.


Adrian Salcedo, '20 

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Political Science

Adrian was recently elected Student Body President at TAMIU and will serve in that capacity for the 2019-20 academic year.  In addition to previous involvement with Student Government, Adrian is a delegate in the Model United Nations Society of South Texas.

"I joined the committee because I believe that it's important to give back.

I think there's nothing more powerful than Dustdevils helping one another."

Mariana Rodriguez, '21


Mariana Rodriguez, '21 

Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing

Mariana is the VP of Student Gov. Assoc., President of the League of Empowered Women, a Study Abroad Global Ambassador, and a student employee at the Office of Student Conduct and Community Engagement.


Alan Garcia, '20 

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Alan is a member of the 2019-20 TAMIU Honor Council, the LULAC Young Adult Council, Sigma Nu Delta Multicultural Co-Ed Society, Inc., and the Philosophy Society. He is also a Student Philanthropy Ambassador.

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(956)326-GIVE (4483)



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