Giving to the UCLA Center for Korean Studies


Serving more than 2,000 students each year, the UCLA Center for Korean Studies is the largest and most dynamic program of its kind outside of Korea. Our world-renowned faculty offers the widest array of university courses on Korea in the Western world, including classes in linguistics and literature, pre-modern and modern history, archeology, music and art history, geography, Buddhism, Christianity, and folklore. Coverage of traditional Korean humanities at UCLA is the strongest anywhere beyond Korea.

UCLA and the Center for Korean Studies are training the next generation of outstanding scholars for careers in the United States and around the globe.

Make a Gift Today


We need your donations to help ensure the long-term health and vitality of Korean Studies at UCLA. All gifts are tax-deductible and will help the UCLA Center for Korean Studies to fulfill its mission and sustain its active programming.

You may make an outright gift (by check or credit card) or a pledge payable over time (1-5 years). You may download a gift/pledge form to return to us by mail.

If you have any questions about giving to the Center for Korean Studies, please contact Sejung Kim, Assistant Director, Center for Korean Studies at (310) 825-3284. We will be happy to discuss specific gift opportunities such as endowments, bequests, or planned gifts that may provide additional tax benefits and income to the donor.