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Each year, students organize a class gift campaign for their program as a way to support the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. The collective impact of annual giving to the Mason School helps ensure a strong future of business education at William & Mary.
100% Participation Goal
Our goal is to have 100 percent of the Class of 2018 giving back! You can give to any area of the Mason School of Business, and a gift of any size counts toward the 100 percent participation goal. Please make a thoughtful contribution to support your program and class gift!
The Dean's Circle
The Dean's Circle recognizes donors to the Mason School who make leadership annual gifts. These key alumni and friends allow the School to fund scholarships, student programs, faculty support and research, curricular enhancements, and career services. 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.
The Class of 2018 can join the Dean's Circle with a gift of $500 now and a pledge to give $500 by June 30, 2019. Recent graduates (within 5 years) can renew at $1,000 by June 30 each year. Your entire Dean's Circle pledge counts toward your class gift.
Join the Dean's Circle
Dean's Circle Pledge Instructions
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Support Your Program
The Executive MBA Class of 2017 gift achieved 100 percent participation for the fourth year in a row and raised $7,325!
Full Time MBA
"I'm thankful to the Mason School for two years of great lessons, friendship, and memorable experiences. I appreciate the faculty for the knowledge, EPs for their wise advice and my classmates for their great teamwork and Own It. Go Tribe!!!" - Nga Le MBA '18
2018 Class Gift Representatives: Nari Ben Messaoud, Brandon Britt, Jillian Brooks, Stephen Cate, Davis Franck, Jeremy Heffner, Alec Jentink, Sarthak Johnson, Sukriti Mishra, Megan Scavezze, and Jing Xia.
Help us reach 100 percent participation from the Major General James Wright MBA Class of 2018! You can make a gift to any area of the Mason School of Business, and a gift of any amount counts toward our goal. You can make a one-time gift, a recurring gift, or a multi-year pledge using our online giving form.
2018 Class Gift Representative: Eric Robles MBA '18
Thank you to the MGJW MBA Class of 2018! 100% Participation!
Class Gift Representatives: Trevor Albert, Carolyn DeLorenzo, Shaina Egly, Jamar Jenkins and Carl Oaklund.
Help us achieve 100 percent participation from the Online MBA Class of 2018! You can make a gift to any area of the Mason School of Business, and a gift of any amount counts toward our goal. The committee suggests you consider these options:
Mason School Annual Fund (0499)
Kyle Milliken Memorial Scholarship (4253)
Thank you to the MAcc Class of '18! The class raised $2,631 and achieved 76% participation!
"I am thankful for the dedicated professors who have guided us through a rigorous and practical curriculum. From the DC Trek to the Winter Field Experience and every class in between, I believe this program has provided a robust platform for future leadership and success." - Bobby Bradshaw MAcc '18
"William & Mary provided me with an unbelievable education, great friends, and tremendous network that will assist and distinguish me in the coming years." - Ryan Leigh MAcc '18
"Walking into orientation, I knew I had a chance to learn alongside the best and the brightest. What I didn't know was that many of the best and brightest would become lifelong friends." - Rebecca Outten MAcc '18
Thank you to the MBA Class of '18! The class raised $2,560 and achieved 69% participation!
"I am so grateful that I have done this program. I have met the most wonderful people while being here, and I am so amazed by how everyone here will go out of their way to help you. I am pushed every single day academically, and I am so appreciative of everything I have learned while being here. I know that I will apply all of this in my job. Lastly, the support of everyone in this program has been fantastic. From the professors, to career services, to my classmates - everyone wants you to be successful. I cannot speak enough about how much I have loved my time here and will be forever grateful." - Amanda Lennox MSBA '18
The close-knit community that surrounds and supports the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is an integral part of what sets us apart. As you prepare to join the ranks of Mason School alumni, you have a special opportunity to start your own tradition of philanthropy.
William & Mary Bell Society
The Wren Bell has stood for centuries as a testament to William & Mary's longevity. Even when the university was forced to close its doors for lack of funds from 1881 to 1888, President Benjamin Stoddert Ewell faithfully rang the Wren Bell every morning to signal William & Mary's resilience. In the spirit of this bond, the Bell Society recognizes individuals who make gifts to the university in consecutive fiscal years.
Becoming a Bell Society Member
The easiest way to become a Bell Society member is through a recurring gift. Consistent loyal support for the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is recognized by William & Mary's Bell Society depending upon the years of consecutive giving:
What is a recurring gift?
A recurring gift is an ongoing, specific gift amount that you determine. Set your class gift to automatically repeat monthly, quarterly or annually using the online giving form. With a recurring gift, you are helping the Mason School provide an exceptional business education and ensuring steady, reliable funding for student and faculty initiatives.
Using the online giving form, simply select your preferred Giving Frequency from the dropdown. The total annual amount of your recurring gift is included in the Class Gift total.
Jordan Hunt, Associate Director of Development
Miller Hall 2046C