Driven by our students, the Class Gift is a way for our graduating classes across all MIT Sloan programs to support the MIT Sloan Annual Fund. Tuition covers only 63% of MIT Sloan’s operating budget. That means that philanthropic support subsidizes every students’ experience. Join the alumni community and help to ensure that the next generation of Sloanies will share in the exceptional experiences you have had!
To learn more about serving on the Class Gift committee, contact the Office of External Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sloan Annual Fund gifts allow us to enhance our academic programs, provide new teaching technology, continually upgrade our facilities, and embark on cutting edge research and teaching initiatives.Make a Gift
These funds will provide support for student fellowships and help MIT Sloan attract and retain exceptionally talented students.Make a Gift
The Dean's Circle
The philanthropy of Dean’s Circle supporters allows MIT Sloan to respond immediately and decisively to new challenges and to bring principled leadership to the business developments of today and tomorrow.
A benefit to Dean’s Circle members is an invitation to Dean’s Circle recognition events. Only the School’s most generous and renowned alumni and friends are invited. These events happen in major cities around the world each year and provide an invaluable opportunity to connect with distinguished members of the MIT Sloan community. To learn more about the Dean’s Circle please take a look at the MIT Sloan Report on Philanthropy.
How to become a member of the MIT Sloan Dean’s Circle:
Students can join the Dean’s Circle with a $500 cash gift by June 30, 2015. Then, from your 1st through your 5th Reunion, Dean’s Circle membership is renewable at $1,000 per year. Following the 5th reunion, membership increases to $2,500 per year. If students want to make a five year Dean’s Circle pledge, they would pledge $4,500 and the payments would look like the following:
How to make a Dean’s Circle Pledge: Make your Dean's Circle pledge today! Under the “Gift Type” dropdown menu choose "Multi-year pledge". The total amount should be for $4,500 spread over 5 years. The payment amounts should be set to $500, $1,000, $1,000, $1,000, and $1,000.
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Last year, the 2014 MBA/LGO Class Gift raised $311,064 in gifts and pledges to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund, with 93% of the Class participating.Please join your classmates in supporting the 2015 MBA/LGO Class Gift this year, and help set a new participation record of 95%!
Please join your classmates in supporting the MFin 2015 Class Gift, and make your gift today!
Last year, the 2014 EMBA Class Gift raised $431,675 in gifts and pledges to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund, with 100% of the Class participating. Please join your classmates in supporting the 2015 EMBA Class Gift this year, and make your gift today!
Please join your classmates in supporting the MIT Sloan Fellows 2015 Class Gift, and make your gift today!
Last year, the 2014 MSMS Class Gift raised $2,630 in gifts and pledges to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund, with 77% of the Class participating. Please join your classmates in supporting the 2015 MSMS Class Gift this year, and make your gift today!
Our fundraising priority for our Class Gift is the MIT Sloan Annual Fund. The Sloan Annual Fund provides crucial, flexible support to the School and is necessary for the continued success and growth of MIT Sloan. The School’s FY15 SAF goal is to raise $4.4M by June 30, 2015. Sloan Annual Fund contributions are unrestricted, which means the School can respond to change and emerging initiatives quickly. Sloan Annual Fund gifts can be used when and where they’re needed most. They allow the School to:
Invest in the next generation of principled, innovative leaders and support the future of MIT Sloan.
of the 2013 and 2014 EMBA classes participated in the Class Gift
I think we all joined the EMBA program to make a difference in the world and to make an even bigger impact than we have done in our careers. Giving back to Sloan to help future students do the same is part of that.Karthik Bala EMBA ‘13
I think we all joined the EMBA program to make a difference in the world and to make an even bigger impact than we have done in our careers. Giving back to Sloan to help future students do the same is part of that.
Karthik Bala EMBA ‘13
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