Why Give to the Steinhardt Annual Fund?
NYU Steinhardt's 125th anniversary, which we're celebrating throughout the 2015-16 academic year, is a wonderful occasion to make a special gift to the Annual Fund.
The financial support of Steinhardt’s alumni, friends, and faculty makes all the difference in our efforts to maintain and enhance our distinct scholarship programs and faculty research and to develop new initiatives and educational opportunities. Gifts to NYU Steinhardt make a clear statement about your commitment to our community, and can be made in a number of ways. Below is information to assist you in this process.
Give by Mail
1. Print out our printable gift form and indicate to which school, division, or initiative you wish to make your gift.
2. Make your check payable to New York University or include your credit card information on the gift form.
3. Send your completed gift form and/or your check to:
New York University
Office of Gift Administration
P.O. Box 29303
New York, NY 10117-0275
See our secure online donation form.
Give over the Phone
Please call 1-800-NYU-4144 Monday through Friday, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. EST. NYU accepts MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express payments over the telephone.
Does Steinhardt accept matching gifts?
Yes, Steinhardt will accept matching gifts. Having your gift matched by your employer works to increase our annual giving rate and is a wonderful way to support our community. Inquire with your Human Resources department to learn more about your company’s Matching Gift policies.
Where can I find information on planned or named giving?
Steinhardt welcomes the opportunity to work with alumni to set up planned or named gifts.
See information about planned giving.
See information about naming gifts.
What is the Young Alumni Leadership Circle?
The Young Alumni Leadership Circle (YALC) is a group of recent NYU alumni who set a precedent for new graduates by giving to the school’s annual fund. The group provides its members with networking and socializing opportunities. Get more information on the YALC.