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Support the next generation of leaders
who will drive change.
 
Our mission is to transform management thinking and prepare future leaders for evolving careers in ever-changing organizations and markets — and for lives of significance.
You can make an impact.
Our Most Pressing Need
 
The One Anderson Student Relief Fund was established as a response to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our students. Your support helps to provide stipends for basic living expenses, fellowships for the incoming class of 2022, technology upgrades for remote learning and a pivot in programming to ensure that our students receive the world-class Anderson experience they deserve.
Why Give to UCLA Anderson?
 
Private support is the most direct way to preserve our public mission. By 2013, state support had dwindled to a small amount, so UCLA Anderson became financially self-sufficient. During our Into the Next campaign, we surpassed our goal to raise over $333 million, but we still have work to do.

Our Endowment Challenge

We must close the gap left by the support formerly provided by the state. With more private funding and a competitive endowment, our new model will continue to thrive.

UCLA Anderson
$216 Million
UC Berkeley HAAS
$307 Million
Dartmouth TUCK
$332 Million
Michigan Ross
$435 Million
UVA DARDEN
$436 Million
Chicago Booth
$734 Million
Stanford GSB
$1,392 Million

Source: "The boom in Business School Endowments," Poets & Quants, May 2, 2016.
Our current endowment tops $280M

You Make it Possible for Us to:

  • Compete for the best students
  • Attract and retain leading scholars and teachers
  • Stay ahead of evolving needs
  • Prepare students to lead in a changing and evolving business environment
Get Inspired
 

The Difference Maker

Bill Cockrum’s investment in UCLA Anderson and its students aims to make the world a better place

Deepening Connections, Serving His Alma Mater

In the collegial spirit of his graduating class, Rick Shuart (’04) joins his reunion committee to inspire others to give

Helping People Lead Less Stressful Lives

Lucy Milligan Wahl ('10) says her Anderson experience helped launch her home organizing career