Create an Endowment, Leave a Legacy

Graduate student Ian Pelse and Dr. John R. Reynolds discussing research materials in a laboratory

Graduate student Ian Pelse, shown with Dr. John R. Reynolds, is a National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Fellowship recipient. Permanent endowments ensure that talented students like Ian are able to continue their research.

The power of permanent endowment comes from the long-term growth of assets, most of which are managed by the Georgia Tech Foundation.

Endowment funds provide crucial support for students, faculty, and programs in perpetuity.

They may be established with a minimum commitment of $25,000, generally payable over five years or through an estate gift or life-income arrangement.

Named recognition opportunities are available by giving to an endowment fund at a designated level, allowing you and/or a loved one to leave a lasting legacy of support.

You may direct your endowment gift for unrestricted use by the Office of the President, or for a particular college, school, or program