Giving to JSOM
Big goals are inspired by bigger dreams. At the Jindal School of Management (JSOM), we share the University’s dream to Realize the Vision of becoming a Tier One university, devoted to world-changing research and transformational teaching in the classroom. To that end, JSOM has embarked on an ambitious $50 million fundraising campaign, a part of the University’s overall goal of raising $200 million for UT Dallas by December 31, 2014.
Whether you are an established corporate partner, a JSOM graduate or simply a friend of the University, we invite you to learn more about the impact your gift can make. Your gift, of any size, will make our goal possible. Together, we can Realize the Vision.
For more information, contact Erica Yaeger assistant dean of development and alumni relations or call (972) 883-5855.
Make an enduring positive impact on the Jindal School of Management through an Opportunity Fund. These permanently unrestricted endowments can be used to support JSOM’s undergraduate and graduate programs.EMBA Class Opportunity Funds
Celebrate the EMBA program’s 20th anniversary and give toward your class Opportunity Fund. These permanently endowed funds will allow the program to address critical needs, and take advantage of timely opportunities to further strengthen the program.Internal Audit Fund
Help the Center for Internal Auditing Excellence maintain its status as one of the top five internal auditing programs in the nation. A gift toward the Center’s $1 million goal will fund innovative research, educational programs and scholarships the program’s most promising students.Scholarships
Ensure future students have the opportunity to pursue a JSOM degree through scholarship support. Gifts can be used to establish a new scholarship, or contributed to the JSOM scholarship fund.Annual Fund
Invest in the future of the Jindal School of Management through a gift to the annual fund. No gift is too small and every donation makes an impact on the future.Professorships/Chairs
Recognize the Jindal School of Management’s distinguished faculty through an endowed professorship or chair. These funds create opportunities for JSOM to attract and retain professors who will enhance students’ academic experiences and the School’s reputation.Planned Giving
Leave a lasting legacy within the Jindal School of Management through planned giving. These gifts might include a bequest and/or charitable income gifts, and ensure that JSOM students will benefit from your generosity for generations to come.
Make a gift online using your Mastercard, Visa, Discover, Diner’s Club, or American Express card. Gifts are processed using our secure server at utdallas.edu.
Make a gift using personal check, cashier’s check, or money order. Gifts should be made payable to The University of Texas at Dallas and mailed to:
The University of Texas at Dallas
Gifts can be hand-delivered to the JSOM Office of Development and Alumni Relations located on the fourth floor of the Jindal School, offices 4.625 or JSOM 4.620.Give by Phone
Make a gift by phone using your Mastercard, Visa, Discover, Diner’s Club, or American Express card. Call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 972-883-2295.Give Stock and Appreciated Assets
Take advantage of appreciated securities without incurring capital gains tax. You will also receive an immediate income tax deduction for the fair market value of the securities on the date of transfer.Give from Your Will or Trust
Need to preserve your assets during your lifetime? You can plan a gift that will only take effect after your other obligations have ceased. Your assets remain in your control during your lifetime and you can direct your gift to a particular purpose.Gifts-in-Kind
Make a gift of goods or services. Gifts-in-kind must be approved by Dean Pirkul and the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations.Give by Payroll Deduction
Make a monthly gift through payroll deduction. Form available hereIncrease Your Impact through Matching Gift
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees or their employee’s spouses. Find out if your company or your spouse’s company or employer has a matching gift policy.