Illinois Tech Student Gift is a student-led tradition on campus that encourages philanthropy on campus. Student Gifters are creative leaders that teach other students the importance of giving back to the Illinois Tech community. Our Student Gift Committee works with students and university administration to choose an area of campus to improve. The committee also attends campus events and even plans their own events in order to fundraise for their yearly projects. The Student Gift Committee improves the campus community by raising money for projects and scholarships that enhance the Illinois Tech experience for students.
There are lots of reasons to join Illinois Tech's Student Gift Committee!
To stay up to date on this year's campaign, please visit our 2017 Student Gift webpage; to see our progress, please visit our fundraising site.
It’s not too late to get involved in the 2017 campaign! Join us as we build on the Student Gift tradition at Illinois Tech. To get involved with this year's committee, please contact Joey Carrillo, assistant director of annual giving - student and young alumni programs, at email@example.com.
2016 Student GiftCampaign Co-Chairs: Akin Aderele (ARCH '17), Gina Qualter (BIOL '16), and Joe Valio (BME '16)Project: Three solar-powered picnic tables were brought to campus to reinforce the "tech" in Illinois Tech.
2015 Student GiftCampaign Co-Chairs: Melissa Hoelting (ARCH '15) and William Bafia (CA '15)Project: The workout room in Keating Sports Center was renovated, including adding new workout equipment, machines, and a wall decal.
2014 Student GiftCampaign Co-Chairs: Alexander Pisconski (ARCH '14) and D. Paola Arce (ARCH '14)Project: Two new bike repair stations and 19 high-capacity bike racks were installed on Mies Campus.
2013 Student GiftCampaign Co-Chairs: Bhavna Hosakere (EE '13) and Oluropo Sanni (ARCH '14) Project: Paul V. Galvin Library was furnished with 85 new pieces of modular furniture.
2012 Student GiftCampaign Chair: Stacy Economy (ARCH '12)Project: Seven drinking fountains were replaced in academic buildings throughout Mies Campus.
2011 Student GiftCampaign Co-Chairs: Goldey Khanna (CHE '11), Trey Hurst (ARCH '11), and Stacy Morton (ARCH '11)Project: Over 150 new textbooks were purchaed to complete the Reserve Textbook Collection in Paul V. Galvin Library.
2010 Student GiftCampaign Chair: Ray Ballard (CHE '10)Project: The McCormick Tribune Campus Center Enclosure was refurbished, including adding 12 new pieces of furniture and new gravel.
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