Class of 2016 Presents Record Breaking Gift

Second-year MBA students at William & Mary reached a record level of participation in class gift giving to the Mason School of Business. The Full-Time MBA Class of 2016 achieved a 98% participation rate, the highest ever for the program and a strong, positive reflection on program culture and student engagement.

This student-led campaign provides support for Mason School scholarships and programs.

“Private gifts provide needed support for our students and faculty each year, and we are truly grateful for the thoughtful contributions from the Class of 2016,” said Dean Larry Pulley.  “This is a very positive outcome on many levels.” 

Additionally, The Master of Accounting Class of 2016 reached 76% participation. The Executive MBA class gift campaign is underway and will conclude in conjunction with the EMBA 30th Anniversary and graduation in September 2016.