The WAC Clearinghouse is a publishing collaborative that relies on a large, distributed network of scholars who work together to publish our books and journals, manage our resources, and develop and maintain our website. Because of their dedicated efforts, our production costs are typically less than ten percent of the costs borne by the average scholarly press. Nonetheless, providing access to our website and publications still requires some expenditures. Those costs include payments for professional copyediting, costs associated with book design, charges for ISBN numbers and DOI registration, and software and equipment expenses.
Individuals and groups can support the Clearinghouse through donations and sustaining contributions. Please consult with your tax advisor to determine the tax-deductibility of your gift. Educational institutions and other organizations can support the Clearinghouse through sponsorships.
Make a Donation
Donations may be made to the WAC Clearinghouse fund at the Colorado State University Foundation. As a contributor to the Clearinghouse, your name will be listed on this page. Donations made in tribute to a colleague, friend, or family member will be noted. If you have any questions, please contact CSU Advancement at adv_request@Mail.Colostate.edu.
Choose the amount of time you wish to continue to donate (e.g., ongoing or for a single year)
Sponsor the Clearinghouse
Sponsors are recognized on this page. To learn about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mike Palmquist at Mike.Palmquist@colostate.edu. Three types of sponsorships are available:
Institutional sponsorships are typically made by academic departments, independent writing programs, and WAC programs. Contributions vary, but suggested sponsorship levels range from $1,000 to $5,000 annually. Sponsors receive free or reduced-cost access to Clearinghouse consultants and invitations to gatherings at conferences.
Organizational sponsorships are typically made by corporations or professional organizations. Organizational sponsors enjoy the same benefits as institutional sponsors.
Conference sponsorships are typically made by conferences that seek to publish proceedings in book form. Contributions range from $2,500 to $5,000 for a given year.
Gold: $1,000 and Above
. . . in tribute to Terry Myers Zawacki, Marty Townsend, and Mike Palmquist