The Hatfield Marine Science Center is a national leader in marine research as well as a hub for scholarship on the Oregon coast. At Hatfield, our culture of collaboration is distinguished for advancing oceanographic research and supporting academic programs and opportunities for secondary and post-secondary education students.
We welcome all forms of support for the Hatfield Marine Science Center and its programs! Please consider a general donation to Hatfield or a more targeted gift to one of the specific funds listed below. We also welcome volunteer support.
A note on giving - The "Donate Now" button takes you to the OSU Foundation. Select a fund from the drop-down menu or start typing the fund name you wish to support, and it will appear in the online gift form. If you would like assistance with the donation process, please email Shannon Reed or call 541-867-0212.
Our giving funds fall into a few categories. Below is information to help you choose the areas of support that resonate with you and your giving goals.
This fund supports the Innovation Lab facility as well as students' and scientists' access to and training on state-of-the-art fabrication equipment.
This group of funds supports both a variety of art and science programming designed to stimulate dialogue and help connect us all to the totality of society and its key issues.
This group of funds is used to foster research that values multi-disciplinary approaches to complex scientific, social and economic questions.
This group of funds supports both undergraduate and graduate students in marine sciences. These funds support the education, hands-on experiences and personal growth of young scientists who will help solve pressing future problems.
This group of funds supports both undergraduate and graduate student housing on the coast. By living, studying and working on the coast students have an immersive experience that significantly enhances their education and training.
This group of funds supports both K-12 marine education, the Hatfield Visitor Center and public outreach.
This fund fosters marine research through collaboration, where visiting scientists bring expertise in diverse disciplines and lay the foundation for professional collaborations across universities and agencies.