Nearly 20 percent of Dartmouth alumni belong to the 10 most recent classes. That's why your participation in the Dartmouth College Fund is so essential to maintaining the Dartmouth experience for today's students.
Gifts through the Fund support the full Dartmouth experience, including scholarships for the more than half of all undergraduates on financial aid. Young alumni giving strengthens the tradition of alumni giving to Dartmouth.
The 1769 Society recognizes Dartmouth's most loyal and generous alumni and friends. Members are invited to regional presidential receptions and exclusive events at Homecoming and reunion, and are listed in an annual honor roll mailed to the more than 2,300 current members of the 1769 Society. Young alumni receive discounted membership in the 1769 Society through their 10th reunion. Make your gift all at once, or schedule monthly installments to reach the membership level. Dartmouth couples may combine their gifts to achieve a 1769 Society level. Make your 1769 Society–level gift today >>
Young Alumni Membership Levels*
|Senior Class Gift and Class of 2014||$100|
|Classes of 2011, 2012, 2013||$250|
|Classes of 2008, 2009, 2010||$500|
|Class of 2006, 2007||$1,000|
|*For fiscal year 2015, ending June 30, 2015|
Harold C. Ripley ’29 Society
When you give every year, you'll be recognized as a member of the Harold C. Ripley ’29 Society. Hal gave to Dartmouth through the Fund every year for 83 years. Start or continue your own tradition of giving through the Dartmouth College Fund today >>
Make a Sustaining Gift
Scheduling a sustaining monthly, quarterly, or annual gift through the Dartmouth College Fund is an easy way to spread your annual gift payments over an entire year, or to give over multiple fiscal years (July 1 to June 30). Schedule your sustaining gift online >> or call 603-646-3621.
Matching gifts count toward your total Dartmouth College Fund giving each year and toward your class's annual total. See if your employer has a matching gift program >>.
Other Types of Gifts
Annual, unrestricted gifts through the Dartmouth College Fund—of any size—are spent entirely in the year they are received. Unlike the endowment, annual funds give Dartmouth the flexibility to respond to urgent needs. Endowed funds are invested for the future and the majority are donor-restricted to specific uses. The College spends five percent of the interest earned from the endowment each year.
Friends groups also raise restricted funds for specific areas within Dartmouth, from athletic teams to the Rockefeller Center, above and beyond the College's budget. Class dues raised by individual classes support class activities such as mini-reunions, but don't directly support the College.
2014 Honor Roll
When you give, your name will be listed in the Dartmouth College Fund's annual honor roll of donors. See your name among those of your classmates who have made their annual gift >>
Dartmouth College Fund Volunteers are vital to each class's efforts to raise the maximum amount of support for the College each year and to keep Dartmouth's alumni participation rate among the highest in the country.
Peer-to-peer conversations about giving are the most effective way to encourage and inspire alumni to give back. Most volunteers solicit between 10 and 25 classmates each year, asking them to support the Fund with an annual gift.
Interested in becoming a Dartmouth College Fund Volunteer? Please fill out this form. A representative of your class will be in touch soon.