Each year, students organize a class gift campaign for their program as a way to support the Mason School. Annual giving to the Raymond A. Mason School of Business helps ensure a strong future of business education at William & Mary.
Our goal is to have 100 percent of the Class of 2017 giving back! You can give to any area of the Mason School of Business. A gift of any size counts toward our goal, so please make a thoughtful contribution.
The Dean's Circle
The Dean's Circle recognizes donors to the Mason School who make leadership annual gifts. These donors allow the School to fund scholarships, student programs, faculty support and research, curricular enhancements, and support career services.
Graduates in the Class of 2017 can join the Dean's Circle by making a gift of $500 by June 30, 2017 and $500 by June 30, 2018 to any area of the Mason School of Business.
Dean’s Circle members will receive an invitation to the annual Dean’s Circle Dinner with Dean Larry Pulley and the School’s most generous and renowned alumni and friends. Members will also be recognized in online and print honor rolls.
Join the Dean's Circle
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Support Your Class!
You can give to any area of the Mason School of Business for your class gift. Below are suggestions from the class representatives.
Give online to the Executive MBA Program
Full Time MBA
Give online to the MBA Alumni Scholarship Fund
"I've made life-long connections here, and I'm excited about my future, which an MBA at W&M enabled. Also, dancing at international nights is the best." -- Cedric Harris MBA '17
Give online to the MAcc Scholarships Fund
"As accountants, we all know a thing or two about investments. What better investment can be made than one in the future? I would not have been able to attend William & Mary if it weren't for scholarships. I am very excited to be able to pay it forward for another student." --Torey Beth Jackson MAcc '17
Give online to the Business Analytics Program
"As one of the oldest colleges in the U.S., I feel honored to be a part of its rich history and its continued effort to embolden history. The inaugural MSBA program, for example, one of the primary reasons I decided to attend was the fact that this is the very first year of the program. I felt this was an excellent opportunity to participate in building the foundations of a new career field, a new program, and a new network, under the principles of the oldest educational institution in the U.S." -- Brian McGowan MSBA '17
Assoc. Director of Development, Jordan Hunt
Miller Hall 2046C