Skip to Main Navigation Skip to Content Skip to Footer Navigation
Give Now

Make a Difference

Financial aid initiative matches gifts and closes affordability gap

As part of a university-wide drive to increase financial aid, Tufts is offering to match any newly established endowed scholarship of $100,000 or more, doubling the size of the fund the donor has endowed.

This effort, known as the Financial Aid Initiative (FAI), raised more than $35 million over its first two years. It is continuing through June 2016, with the goal of raising an additional $50 million in new gifts across the university.

"When the initiative concludes, our generous supporters will have greatly expanded endowed scholarships at Tufts,” says Tufts President Anthony Monaco. “This will be a landmark achievement that will benefit Tufts students for generations."

Demand for financial aid remains pressing, and scholarship dollars are critical to closing the affordability gap. Endowed scholarships open a world of opportunity.

Take it from these Tufts alums, who know the value of such a gift.

For more information about the Financial Aid Initiative, please contact:

School of Arts & Sciences:
Nancy Mahler
Senior Director of Development

Jeffrey Winey
Senior Director, Principal and Leadership Gifts

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Ana Alvarado
Senior Director, Development and Alumni Relations

School of Dental Medicine
Cate McLaughlin
Interim Senior Director, Development & Alumni Relations

School of Engineering
Cindy Lubien
Senior Director of Development

The Fletcher School
Jennifer Weingarden Lowrey
Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations

Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy
Cindy Briggs Tobin
Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations

School of Medicine
Rebecca Scott
Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations