Invest in the Future
Your Gift Counts
Change business, change the world. Your generous gift to the Scheller College of Business will enable us to cultivate leaders to solve problems, leverage opportunities, and create positive change in an increasingly complex world.
“Gaining a business education at Georgia Tech fundamentally changed my life. My experience with one of my professors in particular, Dr. James Caldwell, impacted me so greatly that my wife, Debbie, and I endowed a scholarship in his honor to aid future students at the school.”
– Thomas A. Avery
IMGT '75 Scheller Advisory Board Member
Friends of Scheller
We are fortunate to have a dedicated and generous family of alumni, corporate partners, and friends who have helped shape our College and moved us towards our vision for the future.
“Georgia Tech and the Scheller College of Business embody two key characteristics: excellence and achievement. Scheller offers education in a unique blend of disciplines with emphasis on both quantitative and qualitative skills. The College has an important place in the landscape of management study, and I’m determined to see the institution grow accordingly. I want to provide the same opportunity of assistance to future students that I enjoyed as a student here.”
– Beth Nowers
IMGT '79 Scheller Advisory Board Member
Funding Priorities That Make a Difference
Learn how you can play a role in cultivating ethical leaders from a diversity of backgrounds who create value for businesses and the economy.
Join us in our lifetime commitment to learning and innovation. Your gift will make a deep and lasting impact across all of our programs by helping us retain the most talented faculty and researchers who are critical to our growth.
Help us provide students with the tools they need to succeed, including need and merit-based scholarships and fellowships. Pay it forward or give back — whichever way you look at it, your investment will help the most deserving students get a rewarding education.
Tech Square Phase III is the natural evolution of the ambitious, far-reaching Tech Square initiative and is envisioned as a public/private partnership between the State of Georgia, the Institute, and private philanthropists.
As proposed, two towers connected by a shared elevator will provide spacious new homes for the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) and for the Scheller College of Business graduate and executive education programs. Tech Square III is also expected to offer space for additional outward-facing Institute programs, furthering the intent of the comprehensive Tech Square concept and promoting the spirit of entrepreneurship that has become a Georgia Tech trademark.
With its pairing of two of the Institute’s most celebrated programs, Tech Square III offers new opportunities for collaboration, interdisciplinary research, and business development that will benefit Georgia Tech, the city, and the state for generations to come.
The MBA Annual Fund provides essential resources for Full-time, Evening, and Executive MBA students, faculty, and alumni through increased financial aid, innovative technologies and programs, funding for case competitions and practicums, and student projects such as the MBA Impact Investing Network.
“The Scheller College of Business is an incredible resource for the city of Atlanta and the state of Georgia. It’s a gem right in the heart of Atlanta, and many people can take advantage of all it has to offer. It is one of the top 20 business schools in the country, and between its undergraduate, MBA, and executive education programs, it covers the needs of a broad range of people. The College does an excellent job preparing its students to meet the needs and demands of the current business world. I stay engaged because I want to have access to thought leadership and thought leaders and I invest in the College to support the Dean's efforts to develop new initiatives and ideas. With my participation and philanthropy, I want to encourage the continuation of diverse enrollment and leadership.”
– Kathy N. Waller Scheller Advisory Board Member
Ways to Give
Make your gift safely and securely online by credit card.
Please make checks payable to the Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc. and mail to:
Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc.
760 Spring Street NW, Suite 400
Atlanta, GA 30308
Please include a short note with your check stating the intended designation of your gift to the Scheller College of Business or note the purpose on the memo line of the check. The Georgia Tech Foundation's tax ID is 58-6043294.
For gifts by wire transfer please contact Pat Barton, Director of Gift Accounting, at 404.894.5544 or email@example.com, to ensure your transfer is received and credited properly.
An electronic transfer of stock to the Georgia Tech Foundation can be made by contacting Pat Barton, Director of Gift Accounting, at 404.894.5544 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to ensure your transfer received and credited properly.
“I have been blessed and fortunate to be shaped by my experience and association with Georgia Tech and the Scheller College of Business. I believe it is my responsibility to ‘pay it forward’ to allow others to have the same or better opportunities than I have had. Wendi and I are excited to be able to invest in the future leaders that Scheller is developing.”
– John R. Wells
IMGT '84 Scheller Advisory Board Member
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Many companies match the gifts of their current or retired employees. Your company’s human resources department can provide details on its policies and can provide a matching gift form to include with the gift to mail to the Georgia Tech Foundation.
Please visit the Georgia Tech matching gift website to see if your company has a matching gift policy.