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Your gift is an investment in our future.

In 2007 Jon M. Huntsman, Sr., provided a transformative gift to our school and issued a challenge to “produce students who can compete with the best and brightest anywhere in the world.” Every issue of the Huntsman Post and the Huntsman Alumni Magazine is filled with stories of students and alumni who are meeting that challenge.

Our students are the center of all we do, and they come to us with a great diversity of experiences, integrity, and entrepreneurial spirit. They work 24 hours per week on average. More than half of them are married, and a quarter of them have children. While these life circumstances teach tremendous time management, they also create hardships.

Just in the past five years, your generosity helped to create the Jeffrey D. Clark Center for Entrepreneurship, the FJ Management Center for Student Success, and the Jon M. Huntsman Hall, a $50 million project that was supported 70 percent through your support.

As we continue to Build Huntsman, we hope you will consider helping us attract the best and brightest students through scholarships and extracurricular opportunities. Your gift will be put to use immediately to support the world-class education that prepares future leaders of distinction in commerce and public affairs.

Ways to give
Giving Priorities

Huntsman Alumni Scholarship Fund: Attract the best and brightest new students to the Huntsman School. We compete for these students with local and national universities. Your support will enable more of them to become Aggies.

Direct Student Support Fund: Improve the educational experience of deserving students by supporting scholarships and fund critical out of the classroom experiences like student competitions, internships, and career development and study abroad activities.

Corporate Sponsorships: Drive growth by sustaining programs, providing long-term scholarships, and improving facilities.

Huntsman Hall: A few opportunities still remain for a named space within Huntsman Hall.