The difference between a good institution and a great one is the annual support of its alumni and friends. Annual giving allows Stevens to plan for the future and nurture the next generation of innovators. The university relies on these gifts to ensure a steady source of resources for its renowned faculty, talented students and groundbreaking research.
Annual support is needed – now more than ever – as we continue to prepare our students to join the global network of more than 53,000 successful alumni.
Every Gift Counts
All gifts of any size count for three important reasons. Annual gifts create a stable source of support that empowers Stevens to make far-reaching plans for our students, programs and research. Many publications look at the total number of gifts to a university when they calculate national college rankings. The more alumni show their confidence by giving, the stronger a university’s rank and the market value of a Stevens degree. Corporations and foundations are watching. The more individuals give to Stevens, the more likely our industry and nonprofit partners will support our students and research with large grants.
The Stevens Fund
The Stevens Fund allows individuals to actively invest in the present and future of Stevens. Support for the Stevens Fund enables the university to make choices, not compromises, in its pursuit of academic excellence and to empower programmatic innovation. Every gift, no matter the size, contributes to the quality of a Stevens education.
Share Your Inspiration for Giving
Ad Astra Ambassadors
Ad Astra Ambassadors are volunteers who are committed to Stevens’ mission and know that investments made today have impact far into the future. They set an example by providing annual support, sharing their passion with their peers and encouraging support.
Be an Advocate
Advocates share their inspiration for supporting Stevens during annual giving challenges like All Rise and ONE STEVENS. ONE GOAL. Day of Giving. They rally support around a cause or program by reaching their networks through calls, emails and social media.