We are grateful for the generosity of our donors. We recognize their gifts in our philanthropic communities and celebrate their loyalty to the university.
Paul Tulane Society - The Paul Tulane Society, established in 1983, is an esteemed community of men and women whose exceptional support and leadership have contributed to making Tulane University one of the premier teaching and research universities in the nation. Membership in the Paul Tulane Society is awarded to individuals and organizations who have made gifts of $1 million or more to the university.
William Preston Johnston Society - The purpose of the William Preston Johnston Society is to recognize those who have made a planned gift to Tulane University, as well as to inspire others to consider such gifts and to provide members with information on estate and financial planning. Tulane is most appreciative of its planned giving donors' commitment to a bright future for the university and of the encouragement provided by their example to support the university through a planned gift.
Tulane Associates - Tulane Associates are alumni, parents and friends who invest in the university's mission by making annual unrestricted leadership gifts.Your unrestricted Tulane Fund gift of $1,500 or more will enroll you in the Associates. Couples are recognized for combined gifts and employer matching gifts count toward each membership. Dual membership is available in the following gift recognition programs by
allocating your leadership gift of $1,500 or more to any of the
Law Fellows - Gifts of $1,500 and above to the Tulane University School of Law qualify for membership in the Tulane Law Fellows program. This program recognizes individuals and corporations who enable the law school to meet its current operating needs.
Coach's Corner - Gifts of $1,500 and above to the Tulane Athletics Fund support Green Wave student-athletes in their academic, athletic and community pursuits. Coach's Corner gifts provide the necessary resources to extend our institution's tradition of distinction.
Aldrich Society - The Morton A. Aldrich Society, named after the first dean of the A. B. Freeman School of Business, was established in 1984 and recognizes the generosity of alumni, parents, and friends who donate $1,500 or more within a single year to the Freeman School. Aldrich-level gifts directly offset operating costs, and help Freeman achieve greater excellence in its educational programs and faculty scholarship.
1834 Society -
Named for the year the Medical College of Louisiana, now Tulane University School of Medicine, opened its doors, the 1834 Society honors those donors who give $1,500 or more annually. Whether your gift be directed towards the General Support Fund or to a restricted account, donors who give at this leadership level to the School of Medicine are recognized as members of the 1834 Society and leaders in funding the future of medical education at Tulane.