Auxiliary organizations are entrepreneurial and service-oriented, providing a wide array of support services, programs and facilities that further the educational mission of the CSU. Approximately 90 self-supporting auxiliary organizations operate without state General Fund money and are organized on each campus as separate legal entities.
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In 2019-20, philanthropic support for the CSU again reached all-time highs. The university received over $641 million in gift commitments and over $408 million in gift receipts. This history-making affirms donors' lasing confidence in the CSU's ability to transform lives, families and communities.