Raymond H. Goldstone Foundation Memory Donation
A special message from the Raymond H. Goldstone Foundation Board of Directors. Please consider making a special memorial contribution to the Foundation in memory of Raymond's 81st birthday.A message from Linda Rowe, Board of Directors of the Raymond H. Goldstone Foundation:
Dear ASCA Members and Friends: Barely two months ago, we lost our colleague Raymond H. Goldstone, whose commitment to student affairs inspired and motivated countless professionals in our field. I knew Ray for more than a quarter of a century and was proud to be able to call him a friend. October 21, 2023, would have been Ray's 81st birthday. In honor of the day, I invite you to join me in making a memorial contribution to the Raymond H. Goldstone ASCA Foundation here. When you donate online by credit card, you'll be able to note that you are giving in Ray's memory.
The purpose of the Raymond H. Goldstone ASCA Foundation is exclusively charitable. Donations to the foundation help provide scholarships and opportunities for professionals and graduate students to receive high-quality training at ASCA programs, and help support research and other activities that further the mission of ASCA. The Foundation's upcoming campaign seeks to raise at least $3000 by the close of the ASCA Conference in February 2024.
Raymond H. Goldstone was born and raised in California. Coming of age during the turbulent 1960's, he earned BA and MA degrees from UCLA. In 1969 he was awarded the Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the UCLA School of Law. He served as Dean of Students at UCLA for many years and was on the editorial board of the NASPA Journal. Raymond H. Goldstone played a pivotal role in the founding of the Association for Student Judicial Affairs - now known as the Association for Student Conduct Administration. Importantly, he donated start-up funds to help make an idea a reality. In recognition of his extraordinary service over the years, ASCA awarded him a Lifetime Honorary Membership. Over the years, Ray remained an active voice within ASCA and was a sustaining contributor to the Foundation named in his honor.