An Open Letter to All TUJ Alumni, Parents and Friends

(By Savon Crisp and Ken Connelly)

Dear Friend:

Greetings from TUJ. At the Japan campus of Temple University, we have been immersed during the current pandemic in confronting the challenges of today while building upon our recent growth and momentum to prepare for tomorrow. Our primary motivations are naturally elevating TUJ’s reputation while enhancing the student experience. Your assistance is critical in both of these regards.

The brief video above explains how you can assist TUJ students and celebrate an institution focused on a quality education in a diverse and cooperative international environment with students, faculty and staff drawn from over 60 countries.

For those who assist us, we have Temple and TUJ-branded goods that we would like to send you. This is a great way to spread the TUJ spirit and generate interest within the community. Here is what you can anticipate.

Donation Amount Our Gift to You
10,000 JPY or 100 USD 2 TUJ branded masks (polyester/spandex)
1 Temple U. branded mask (cloth)
20,000 JPY or 200 USD 2 TUJ branded masks (polyester/spandex)
1 Temple U. branded mask (cloth)
1 TUJ tote bag
30,000 JPY or 300 USD 3 Temple University branded masks (TUJ and TU logo)
1 TUJ Tote Bag
1 Commemorative Name Plate on the TUJ Campus

How to Donate:

Donations can be made via credit card here or bank transfer in Japan here. For who would like to make a donation to TUJ that is tax deductible in the U.S., you can click here. (Type in the donation amount, click the “Search School, College, or Center” button, and search for “Japan”)

All money raised during our campaign will go directly to benefit TUJ students – either as direct academic scholarships, emergency grants designed to assist and retain students during the COVID-19 pandemic, or the expansion of student-centered programming on the TUJ campus as we prepare to roll out new and exciting initiatives.

Your generous donation will help TUJ address both current needs and future initiatives.  We appreciate your consideration and assistance.

Sincerely,

Matt Wilson, Dean