Every Gift Matters

“Donating to the Tepper School is contributing to the continued education and success of students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Each dollar donated can help further develop the school and its programs, helping the Tepper School remain one of the best business schools in the country.”

– Daniel Levine, BSBA ‘19

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Dear Alumni,

A new era is upon us as a Tepper School alumni community. This summer we will be leaving our current buildings to prepare for the incoming classes to begin in August in the new Tepper Quad.  The new Tepper School building is an incredible architectural achievement. Filled with natural light and state-of-the art learning and interaction spaces, it is the largest building on the Carnegie Mellon campus and will be at the center of our expanding university. We hope you will all come back to see it in person. It will make you even prouder of your alma mater.

In April, we celebrated our last Alumni Reunion Weekend in the original GSIA building and Posner Hall. Alumni who attended had the opportunity to tour the new building. Next year, on April 12-13, 2019, we will celebrate 70 years since the founding of the school in our new home. We invite you to join us for this celebration of our first Alumni Reunion weekend in the new quad.

All this would not be happening without engaged and supportive alumni like you who have invested in your alma mater and its mission to train business leaders for the future. On behalf of the Tepper School community of students, faculty, staff and alumni, we thank you. Your countless hours as volunteers serving on boards and leading our regional chapters; your support in being admission ambassadors and recruiting students to your companies; and your contributions to the school’s Annual Fund, scholarships and academic programs have all strengthened the school and positioned us to accomplish great things in the years ahead.

Your ongoing involvement and support are vital to our future. We challenge you to become engaged as we begin this new era for the school that has made an indelible mark on us all.

Sincerely,
John M. Sengenberger Sr.,
Executive Director, Alumni Relations