Ways to Give
For your convienence, there are several ways to make a gift to IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law:
It's quick, easy and secure to make a gift online. We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
To make a gift by mail, make your check payable to IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and mail it to the following address:
IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
Office of Institutional Advancement
Lockbox Number 777565
7565 Solution Center
Chicago, IL 60677-7005
Please note the fund you wish to contribute to in the "memo" section.
To make a gift by phone, please call 312.906.5240
Monthly giving makes it easy and affordable to maximize the impact of your donations to Chicago-Kent.
Gifts of Stock or Property
Your gift of appreciated securities, such as stocks, bonds shares in a mutual fund, or securities that you have owned for more than 12 months, gives you a charitable income tax deduction at full market value, without any capital gains taxes and makes an impact at Chicago-Kent. View instructions on how to make a gift by stock or wire transfer.
Gifts made through your will or trust leave a lasting legacy of legal education and cost you nothing during your lifetime. Donors who have included Chicago-Kent in their estate plans are members of IIT's prestigious Gunsaulus Society. Learn more about gift planning at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.
Scholarships at Chicago-Kent can be established in the name of a donor or loved one. A minimum gift of $100,000 can establish an endowed scholarship and a minimum gift of $25,000 can establish an expendable scholarship. Learn more by contacting Susan Lewers, assistant dean for institutional advancement, at 312.906.5236 or email@example.com.
From time to time, the law school engages in special campaigns to address a need or take advantage of a unique opportunity at Chicago-Kent. Learn more by contacting Susan Lewers, assistant dean for institutional advancement, at 312.906.5236.
Major Gifts and Other Naming Opportunities
Alumni, parents and friends of Chicago-Kent who are interested in making more significant investments in the law school can discuss their philanthropic priorities with Susan Lewers, assistant dean for institutional advancement, at 312.906.5236.
Sample naming opportunities include:
- Endowed professorship: $2,000,000
- Dean's office suite: $500,000
- Faculty conference center: $300,000
- Endowed lecture series: $150,000
- Endowed scholarship: $100,000
- A faculty office: $30,000
- Expendable scholarship: $25,000
- Endowed student prize: $25,000
Gifts of Time or Expertise
See a list of current volunteer opportunities to learn more about how to invest your time in Chicago-Kent.