The Chapter Specific Project (CSP) offers alumni chapters/associations the opportunity to have their own project and fundraising page with all the same features as the other Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation projects on this website.
The CSP allows each chapter to customize their own project and webpage, to fund raise for a specific project in mind and offering a tax deductible avenue to their brothers and supporters. Through the DUEF website, alumni chapters/associations can fund raise for scholarships for DUIF programming, for academic scholarships and to renovate educational spaces within the Chapter house (certain restrictions apply).
In order to create a CSP on the DUEF website, the alumni chapter must first have a Chapter Educational Account (CEA), for scholarships or educational grants, or a Chapter Housing Account (CHA), for housing renovations and improvements. To see if your chapter has a CEA or CHA, please on this here.
For more information about the CSP and its benefits, please read through the DUEF Chapter Specific Project .
If you have a CEA or CHA and would like to create a CSP, click here to fill out the Questionnaire.
If you have further questions or would like a consultation, please contact Justin Kirk, Boise State '00.