Give to McCombs
We have more than 100,000 living alumni, including many who continue to improve our school, community and the business world after they graduate. Donations from our alumni help fuel our shared vision to drive positive change.
Alumni Endowed Excellence FundThe alumni endowed excellence funds provide a lasting source of support for student initiatives. They increase student interaction with alumni and provide students with the advantage of hands-on, real-world learning activities. Build on the legacy of your degree, and help distinguish the McCombs School as a leader in business education.
EndowmentsEndowments, often described as “gifts that keep on giving,” use your gift over time to provide lasting benefits. The UT System invests your funds, using distributions from the investment for the purpose you wish to support. The system re-invests a portion of the total income and capital gains each year, enabling the endowment to continue to grow and provide a predictable, stable stream of income over time. For information on endowments, please contact Holly Hazlett at 512-475-8144. For information on corporate and foundation endowments, please contact Wendy Elder at 512-475-8133.
Gift and Estate PlanningGift planning is one of the most powerful ways you can help McCombs. Many people tend to associate this type of philanthropy only with wills, estates, and legacies, and may assume that the benefits flow in just one direction. In fact, a planned gift can be extremely flexible, include many tax advantages, and provide you with reliable lifetime income while ultimately directing valuable resources to McCombs. Visit Gift and Estate Planning to learn about the many ways you can accomplish your charitable goals. UT Austin's Office of Gift Planning has the tools and experience to help you explore the possibilities and customize a plan that fits your needs and goals.
You are a vital part of the Texas McCombs family. Your support enables us to continue to offer a world-class business education to a diverse and growing population.