Carnegie Mellon University

2021 Part-Time MBA Class Gift Campaign

Take advantage of a special opportunity to make your gift go further! Ron Gabriel will donate $50 for every recurring gift that is made during this campaign. Your support is essential to unlocking these additional funds that will support the part-time student experience. 

The graduating Part-Time MBA class is coming together to support our 2021 Class Giving Campaign. We hope you'll join us in showing our pride in the school and our program by making a contribution this year.

Class Giving: This is our chance to unite as a class to leave a lasting impact on this program that has given us so much. Our gifts will support the Part-Time Program Fund, which provides financial support for future programming and improvements for the part-time MBA programs, like Experience CMU. We've benefited from past class giving campaigns, so now we get the chance to pay it forward.

Goals: To truly make an impact, we've set the goal of 100% class participation (64 classmates). The 2020 PTOH class set the record with 100% participation, and we challenge our class to continue this tradition. Although we cannot beat 100%, let's set our own record by achieving a record number of recurring gifts! Make your monthly recurring gift.

Fundraising Progress

  • Goal: 64 Class of 2021 Donors

  • 54 Class of 2021 Donors

  • $9,620.09 Raised

Progress Toward Goal


We're 84% of the way there!

Become a Sustaining Donor

Break-up your gift into budget-friendly payments and have it renew automatically.

Make Your Recurring Gift

Make a one-time gift!







*Annual gifts totaling $500 or more qualify students for membership in the W.L. Mellon Society, the Tepper School's society for our leadership donors. Membership benefits include listing within the Tepper School on our donor board, invitations to exclusive events, and communications.

There Are More Ways to Give!

Company Matching Gifts

Many companies sponsor matching gift programs and will match contributions made to Carnegie Mellon by their employees. Increase your contribution by applying for a matching gift through your company.

First, find out if your company will match your gift. Then, follow the instructions for your company’s matching gift program. Be sure to select "Carnegie Mellon University" as the benefiting organization and include your name and “Tepper Part-Time Program Fund” in the comments section.

To ensure your gift goes to the Part-Time Program Fund, please contact Lauren Vereb for details.

Did you know, your matching gift counts towards your W.L. Mellon Society membership? If your company matches employee giving 1:1, you can make a gift of $250 and qualify for the student membership of the society!

W.L. Mellon Society

The W.L. Mellon Society was created in 1997 to honor the business school’s founder, William Larimer Mellon. Modeled after his vision and generosity, the W.L. Mellon Society recognizes alumni and friends who continue his tradition of philanthropy at the leadership level.

Students can become members of the W.L. Mellon Society by making a gift of $500 or more to the Tepper School (typically donors must give $2,500+). Company matches will count toward a W.L. Mellon Society Membership.

Membership benefits include listing within the Tepper School on our donor board, invitations to exclusive events, and communications.

Thank You for Making Your Class Gift!

Sarah Abernethy

Faraz Ali

Stephen Arthur

Bryan Bauer

Timothy Biederman

Chelsea Black

Myles Breaux

Michael Cantalupo

Patrick Carpenter

Campbell Caskey

Julia Chi

James Compton

Bryan DeCecco

Daniel Denis

Taylor DuJack

Stephen Fallon

Anthony Fuoco

Ronald Gabriel

Benjamin Handwerk

Charles Harnage

Syed Hasnain

Michael Hyland

Evan Jennings

Jeffrey Kasting

Joseph Kossler

Emily Lambert

Nathan Leard

Cody Legge

Christopher Loya

Jody Madala

Matthew Moschel

Kristina O'Hara

Megan Phillips

Rachel Pregel

Corey Prumo

Anuj Purohit

Lesley Reinhart

Darian Rieth

Shoshana Rubinstein

Mark Schneider

Tarik Sentissi

Xiao Shen

Luke Slagel

David Smolinski

Andrew Solomon

John Stein

Caroline Suni

Chase Thomas

Tamara Thornton

Natalie Urso

Shirley Wang

Ryan Wrathall

Connie Xu

Kristin Yee