Alumni

Why give? Because the world needs MIT Sloan alumni

Recent fellowship recipients pose with Jake Cohen, Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Masters Programs, and Maura Herson, Assistant Dean, MBA Program.

 
 
The impact of alumni giving

Alumni giving is the lifeblood of MIT Sloan. Your support advances MIT Sloan's mission to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice. When you support MIT Sloan, your gift makes a tangible difference in areas that make MIT Sloan distinct: fellowships, action learning, faculty research, and groundbreaking initiatives.

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Impact by the numbers

  • 217

    Fellowships awarded in 2018

  • $8.2M+

    Awarded in fellowships each year

  • $46.3M

    Raised for fellowship since 2011

  • 1,265+

    Global Action Learning projects

  • 37%

    MBA students receive fellowships

  • $5.63M

    Unrestricted $ raised in FY18

MIT Sloan Annual Fund Programs

  • Dean’s Circle

    The Dean’s Circle honors a core group of philanthropists whose investment is critical to the school. By giving annually, these leaders make it possible for MIT Sloan to pursue its ambitious mission and bring forth graduates determined to change the world.

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  • Reunion Class Gift

    Any gift made to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund during your reunion year (every 5 years) is considered a Reunion Class Gift.

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  • Student Class Gift

    Driven by students, the Class Gift is a way for graduating classes across all MIT Sloan programs to support the MIT Sloan Annual Fund. Join the alumni community and help to ensure that the next generation of Sloanies will share in the exceptional experiences you have had!

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  • The MIT 24-Hour Challenge

    More than 1,314 donors gave to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund during the 24-Hour Giving Challenge on March 14, 2018. Help MIT Sloan get a piece of the Pi with your gift to the third annual Institute-wide 24-Hour Challenge this Pi Day on March 14, 2019!  

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