Montana Tech Alumni Investing in the Future
Many Montana Tech alumni classes have created endowed gifts at Montana Technological University. Using their collective giving to bring greater impact to the university. Below are a selection of these endowments with opportunities to give during DayOne.
The Class of ’62 Legacy Endowed Scholarship benefits juniors and seniors in metallurgy, mining, geology or petroleum. Established by the class in 2002 on the occasion of their 40th reunion, the fund has grown significantly through contributions by members of the class and their spouses and is one of the premiere scholarship opportunities on campus. Last year, the classmates celebrated their 60th reunion and were thrilled to see their scholarship awarded to a grandchild of a member of the Class of ‘62. This year is the first the scholarship has grown to a level to be able to split the award and benefit two students for the 23-24 academic year.
The Class of 1964 Undergraduate Research Program Support Endowment funds research opportunities for undergraduate students. The Class of 1964 was inspired to establish their fund after seeing the fundraising success of the Class of 1962.
During DayOne, thanks to Class of '64 alumnus Frank Trask, each gift to the Class of 1964 Undergraduate Research Program Support Endowment will be matched 1:1 up to $35,000.
The Class of ’68 Endowed Scholarship was established in 2021 and benefits juniors and seniors pursuing a four-year degree. The Class of ’68 has a goal to grow their endowment and the scholarship it provides significantly over the coming years.
The goal of the Class of 04 Endowment is to support future generations of Montana Tech students and provide perpetual support to the philanthropic priorities of our university. Class of '04 supporters will have the opportunity to voice how the endowment earnings are spent year to year by a majority vote.
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