GoFundMe for UTRGV Students

Students raise millions every month for tuition, books, housing, study abroad, and so much more

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Join 1 million+ who have supported college campaigns on GoFundMe.


Over the past several years, students, teachers, and parents are increasingly turning to GoFundMe to raise money for education expenses, including tuition. In fact, in the last two years, over $100 million has been raised on GoFundMe for education related campaigns, making it the fastest growing category on the platform. With the average college graduate in 2016 facing $37,172 in student loan debt—up 6% from last year—the need for help with education costs in this country is clear.


Every day, students are successfully raising money for tuition, books, study abroad programs, housing costs, computers – anything a student needs to be successful. 


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“You are an inspiration to young people and have earned this opportunity. I look forward to hearing about your graduation story in a couple of years! Go get ’em!”

Andrea, $500 donor to a tuition campaign

Featured Campaigns

$10,460Sandy's college fundAltadena, CA
$10,460 raised by 15 people
$3,045College tuitionSaint Paul, MN
$3,045 raised by 27 people
$1,765#gfmscholarshipFlushing, NY
$1,765 raised by 29 people
$1,485#GFMScholarshipTacoma, WA
$1,485 raised by 18 people
$1,285#GFMScholarshipSan Mateo, CA
$1,285 raised by 16 people
$1,130S-C-H-O-O-LStudio City, CA
$1,130 raised by 16 people
$1,010GoFundMeScholarshipRock Hill, SC
$1,010 raised by 33 people

What is GoFundMe?

GoFundMe is the world’s largest online fundraising platform, with more than $5B billion raised so far.
Tuition Campaign – UTRGV
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