Tuck Celebrates a Strong Year of Philanthropy

The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth is celebrating generous giving from alumni and friends of the school during the fiscal year that ended on June 30.

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More than two-thirds of the Tuck School's 9,820 alumni gave to their alma mater this year.

The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth is celebrating generous giving from alumni and friends of the school during the fiscal year that ended on June 30.

Tuck Annual Giving (TAG) raised a record $7.1 million for general use, including an unprecedented $1 million gift from the class of 1986, which is observing its 30th reunion this fall. More than two-thirds of Tuck’s 9,820 alumni gave to their alma mater this year, continuing the school’s tradition of unparalleled alumni loyalty and participation.

In addition to the success of the 2016 TAG campaign, Tuck is grateful for substantial gifts supporting faculty excellence and programmatic priorities such as experiential learning, TuckGO, and scholarships.

“So much of Tuck’s strength derives from the commitment of alumni and community members to support our school that prepares wise leaders,” said Dean Matthew J. Slaughter.

“I am humbled and inspired by their generosity, and I am excited at the opportunities they have facilitated,” continued Slaughter. “These include our signature First-Year Projects, our innovative TuckGO global learning requirement, and scholarships for our MBA candidates.”