Office of Development

Launching the
Anderson Campaign
Into The Next
Historic Gift:
Marion Anderson donates
$100 million to UCLA Anderson
School of Management.
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Marion Anderson donates $100 million to UCLA Anderson School of Management
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May 13th Event Celebrates Historic Launch

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WE THANK OUR LEAD DONORS
  • $5 MILLION AND ABOVE
  • Marion Anderson
  • William M. Cockrum, III
  • Phyllis and Jim Easton
  • Suzanne and Ric Kayne ‘68
  • Sherie and Don Morrison
  • $1 MILLION TO $4.9 MILLION
  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous
  • Banco Santander, S.A.
  • Catherine and Rober Beyer ‘83
  • Peter Bren
  • Joel P. Fried ’84 (BS), ‘86
  • The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert
  • Foundation
  • Bill Grabe ’63
  • Jayne and Hans Hufschmid ‘85
  • Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
  • Karen ’81 and Dennis Keegan ‘74 (BA), ’80
  • Irene and Howard J. Levine ‘67
  • Robert S. Murley ’74
  • Donnalisa Parks ‘86 and WIlliam M. Barnum, Jr.
  • Joan A. Payden
  • The Louis and Harold Price Foundation
  • Robert and Rosa Sinnott

We are creating leaders who determine the new
direction of business, who think fearlessly and drive
change
in a rapidly growing world.

But with the challenge of ever-increasing complexity
and competition, we need your help. We invite you to
share your success with us.

Let's look ahead.

Into The Next: The Campaign for UCLA Anderson

Support the leaders who will shape the years to come.

Our students will change business models, will change policy and will change many of our lives through their work. They need more extensive resources now to make their impact as positive and far-reaching as possible. Join us in celebrating these up-and-coming leaders, as we look INTO THE NEXT.

"The breadth of impact they have had on businesses and communities around the world is astonishing." - Marion Anderson, UCLA Centennial Campaign and UCLA Anderson Committee Member

We face a great challenge.
We need your help.

We are now a self-supporting school. This means we are no longer receiving state funding for our MBA degree programs. Without state funding, we must have the support of our donors to exist — and to compete with other large and/or private business schools.

At a Glance

As part of the UCLA Centennial Campaign goal of $4.2 billion, UCLA Anderson is committed to raising at least $300 million, including funding of $80+ million for new facilities.

As a donor, you will fund the following priorities that advance UCLA Anderson’s leadership mission and landmark transition to self-supporting professional programs:

(Data based on 2014 figures)

 

Our Progress

Anderson Campaign Goal: 175 Million

 

School-to-School Comparison

UCLA Anderson has made the bold decision to adopt a financially self-sufficient model for all of our professional programs, with funding coming primarily from tuition and philanthropic support from alumni and friends.

Our campaign will advance UCLA Anderson's excellence and will assure its intellectually vibrant and managerial impact. The infusion of additional resources will finance programmatic and facility enhancements while furthering the school’s mandate of financial self-sufficiency.

(Data based on 2014 figures)


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IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE