Giving Back

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Since its founding, philanthropy has been a cornerstone of Carnegie Mellon. Our tradition of giving can be traced back more than 100 years when industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie opened the Carnegie Technical Schools for the sons and daughters of the Pittsburgh region's workers. This tradition continues today through the generosity of alumni, parents and friends around the world.

Your investment in Carnegie Mellon advances the university's work: bringing together the most talented students with world-renowned faculty and staff to create innovative solutions to today's most pressing problems.

Hear stories from a few of our scholars and show your support. 

EWF

Ways to Designate Your Gift within the INI 

INI Funds and Awards:

Joyce Brocaglia - Executive Women's Forum Endowed Fellowship in the Information Networking Institute

Established in honor of the CEO of Alta Associates and founder of the Executive Women's Forum, the Joyce Brocaglia - Executive Women's Forum Endowed Fellowship in the Information Networking Institute seeks to provide support to INI graduate students who qualify for financial aid. The fund was created as an endowed fellowship. If the total gifts do not achieve the $50,000 minimum needed to endow the fund, then the funds would be expendable. Pictured at right, Joyce Brocaglia with EWF INI Fellow Tyelisa Shields.

EWF-INI Fellow Fund

The EWF-INI Fellow Fund provides support specifically for the recipients of the EWF INI Fellowship for books, cost of living and other expenses associated with graduate school. The fund was established by a 2010 alumna who was inspired to continue building the community of support she experienced at Carnegie Mellon.

Innocent Habiyaremye Memorial Award

This award will honor one student who embodies a sense of community spirit in his or her everyday actions. The award was first established in memory of an MS20 INI alumnus who inspired others through his kindness and volunteer activities.

ACS Legacy Scholarships

If you’re interested in developing a meaningful relationship with an INI student, consider funding a Legacy Scholarship. Since these funds are not endowed, your entire gift (four annual payments of $2,500 each) will immediately benefit the student recipient.

Please consider making your gift today.

There are many ways to give to Carnegie Mellon: online, check, student callers, securities & wire transfers, planned giving, matching gifts, and faculty/staff payroll deduction. Choose the gift method that works best for you, or call us at 412-268-2021 to make your gift over the phone.

Online

Use our secure online form to make a gift with your VISA, MasterCard or American Express.

By Mail

Print out and complete the giving form.
Mail with payment to:    

     Carnegie Mellon University
     PO Box 371525
     Pittsburgh, PA 15251-7525

By Phone

Contact our Annual Giving team at 412-268-2021. They can accept your credit card contribution via VISA, MasterCard, or American Express or can help arrange for a gift of securities (appreciated stock gifts may offer extra tax advantages) or a wire transfer. Please be sure to indicate if your gift is to be designated to a specific fund or area.

Matching Gifts

Your gift may be doubled or more if you work for a company with a matching gift program. Spouse/partners and retiree gifts may also be matched. Please ask your employer for details. Your completed form may be sent to:

     Carnegie Mellon University
     Matching Gift Coordinator
     Six PPG Place, 11th Floor
     Pittsburgh, PA 15222-5409