Reasons to Give

Giving creates a lasting connection with the institute. Here are some meaningful ways to establish that connection.

Celebrate a Milestone Reunion

Each year the 25th, 40th, and 50th reunion classes celebrate these milestones by giving back – supporting projects that advance the Institute and enhance opportunities for current and future Georgia Tech students.

Leave a Lasting Legacy

Endowments are forever. They are the financial bedrock upon which Georgia Tech has risen to become one of the leading technological research universities in the nation and the world.

Honor a Loved One

Gifts in honor or memory of a loved one, classmate, friend, or faculty member benefit Georgia Tech and serve as a permanent reminder of the impact of the honorees. These gifts may be made by an individual donor or by a group, and may be designated to a specific fund or program.

Make a Difference

The power of private philanthropy cannot be overstated. Generous, private donors make scholarships, graduate fellowships, faculty chairs, new and existing programs, and state-of-the-art facilities possible.

Kirshenbaum, Hahn and Stanescu, and Campbells

The Power of Family Giving

Parent giving provides the opportunity for families to have meaningful conversations while supporting the Institute and its mission.
Former George Fellowship recipients gathered with Bill George and faculty from the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) faculty for an afternoon “T.”

George Fellows "T" at ISyE

On Sept. 8, current and former George Fellowship recipients gathered with Bill George, Sean Malone, and H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering faculty for an afternoon "T."
An audience enjoys a concert performance at Georgia Tech's School of Music

Supporting Innovation and Students in the School of Music

"Technology has become the great equalizer. It allows creative people another form of expressing music even if they're not proficient in any particular instrument."

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