Whether it's funding a student's education, contributing to important laboratory and classroom renovations, investing in faculty, or supporting Illinois Tech President Alan W. Cramb's campus priorities—your gift can have an immediate impact on the university.
You can transform lives, support the innovation economy, and reap a sound return on your investment in higher education by giving to scholarships at Illinois Institute of Technology. Improving lives through education is what the Illinois Tech mission is all about—the university was founded in 1890 to lift up people of all backgrounds with education that would meet the technological needs of the age. Expendable and endowed scholarships are great ways to fund a student's educational career or create a legacy for yourself at the university. Learn more about how you can support scholarships at Illinois Tech.
They say home is where the heart is, and at Illinois Tech, the heart of learning is in our laboratories and classrooms. Illinois Tech's interactive classrooms and state-of-the-art laboratories help give students the leg up they need to be recognized as outstanding future employees by powerhouse organizations such as Boeing, Microsoft, and NASA as well as academic facilities like Argonne National Laboratory and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. The resources available in our classrooms and laboratories prepare our students for life-long learning. Contact Dean Regenovich, senior director of major gifts and gift planning, at 312.567.5018 or email@example.com for more information about naming a lab or classroom at Illinois Tech.
Great universities have great faculty, and Illinois Tech has a tradition of attracting inspirational professors and nationally known researchers into its ranks. One of the most significant ways to invest in the future of Illinois Tech is to fund an endowed chair, which allows the university to reward its best faculty or recruit top educations from around the globe. When you fund an endowed chair at Illinois Tech, you are truly making an investment in the long-term future of the institution, and you have the ability to affect generations of students and faculty. To learn more about how you can support excellent faculty through an endowed chair or professorship, contact Dean Regenovich, senior director of major gifts and gift planning, at 312.567.5018 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Making a gift to Illinois Tech doesn't have to be an "either/or" choice. You don't have to choose to support either scholarships, classroom renovations, athletics, or any number of important projects—by choosing to support the Strategic Initiatives Fund, your gift can touch all aspects of the university. Illinois Tech President Alan W. Cramb relies on the support of these unrestricted gifts to give the university flexibility to respond to existing needs and emerging opportunities. Make a gift online to support the Strategic Initiatives Fund today.