Creating a Community of Philanthropy
Georgetown University, through the talent, lives and work of 10 generations of students, faculty and leadership, has been a place where thresholds are crossed, where doors are opened to young women and men of exceptional talent. View the video below to learn more about the school’s strategic priorities and capital campaign goals.
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is supported, in part, by alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends who generously share their time, talents, and resources on behalf of the school. Through gifts and bequests designated to the McDonough School of Business, these contributors can help fulfill our commitment to faculty excellence, innovative programming, and research. Philanthropic gifts support the university’s goals to make Georgetown University education accessible and affordable for outstanding students.
Dean’s Leadership Fund
(Strategic opportunities that will allow the school to innovatively invest in our undergraduate and MBA curriculum, programs, initiatives, faculty, and students)
MBA Annual Fund, IEMBA/EMBA Legacy Fund and EML Annual Fund
(The MBA Annual Fund, IEMBA/EMBA Legacy Fund and EML Annual Fund each support their designated program to meet the highest needs each academic year)
Undergraduate Annual Fund
Realizing the goal of pre-eminence will require a level financial investment that provides long-term and on-going support – earnings from endowed funds. For every additional dollar we receive from our endowment, it allows a tuition or current use dollar to be used in other parts of the school. Income from endowment will allow us to focus on:
Faculty and Academic Excellence
(Faculty and research programs--chairs and professorships for new and existing faculty lines and a robust Faculty Excellence Fund)
(Support for centers and initiatives, which benefit both undergraduate and graduate programs across the school)
Undergraduate and Graduate Student Initiatives
(Scholarships, student research funds, and general support for the many student initiatives)