• At MIT, we have a record of transforming society for the better—and we are just getting started.
    The MIT Campaign for a Better World aims to give the brilliant minds and hands of the MIT community the fuel and the focus to make inspiring progress.
  • Nearly 1/4 of all scholarship aid at MIT comes from unrestricted funds.
    Unrestricted gifts allow MIT to continue operating with need-blind admissions and need-based financial aid for every deserving student.
  • Over 7,000 donors have made gifts directly to MIT student or community projects on Crowdfund MIT.
    Crowdfund MIT offers the MIT community a crowdfunding platform to raise funds for its projects, research, groups, and programs.
  • 1/3 of all MIT students rely on some form of financial aid.
    Financial aid allows students to focus their energies on the demands of an MIT education, not their finances.
  • Nearly 1/2 of MIT’s operating budget relies on unrestricted dollars.
    Unrestricted support allows MIT to quickly seize opportunities and address unforeseen challenges, whenever or wherever they arise.
  • Last year, MIT saw an $800K shortfall in its UROP budget.
    Increasing the endowed funds for the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program will give every interested student the opportunity to participate.
  • 1,900 graduate students receive fellowship support from MIT and other sources.
    Gifts to fellowships keep MIT competitive by enabling first-year graduate students to explore before committing to a research path.
  • 7,000+ MIT students have bolstered their education by interning, teaching and researching abroad!
    MISTI provides a one-of-a-kind, world-class opportunity for MIT students: real-life work experience in 19 countries around the world.
  • 91% of MIT undergraduates receive scholarships or grants to ease their financial burden.
    Scholarship funds ensure that an MIT education is accessible to talented young people, regardless of family income.