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Rotman School of Management

The Rotman School of Management is a place where change happens. And where everything we do today is aimed at shaping a better tomorrow.

As the world grapples with some of the most urgent and complex challenges of our time, Rotman insights and ingenuity are needed more than ever.

Your support will enable us to invest in rapidly emerging opportunities, including student support, curriculum innovation, entrepreneurship, career preparation and research focused on recovery and rebuilding a better future.

Rotman’s powerful community of talented students, faculty, researchers, and wonderfully supportive alumni and donors catalyze our impact and create lasting value for business and society.

Your support helps turn crucial Rotman insights into real-world impact.

For more information on giving to Rotman please contact Senior Development Officer for Leadership and Annual Giving, John Cowling, at 416-946-0439 or john.cowling@rotman.utoronto.ca

Dean's Impact Fund

Now, more than ever, Rotman insights and ingenuity are needed as society grapples with some of the most urgent and complex challenges of our time. The Rotman Impact Fund allows us to invest in rapidly emerging opportunities, including student scholarships and support during COVID-19, curriculum innovation, entrepreneurship, career preparation and research. Unlike endowed gifts, which are invested for the long-term, these funds go to work right away so your philanthropy has immediate impact.

Dean's Impact Fund: Student Scholarships

In addition to recognizing outstanding academic achievement, scholarships help expand access to a Rotman education, and ensure we continue to attract the best and brightest students from diverse backgrounds. By supporting student scholarships, you are investing in the next generation of leadership. During these challenging times, donor support for scholarship helps equip our students with the vital skills, behaviours and professional networks required to become the transformational leaders the world so badly needs.

Dean's Impact Fund: Student Experience

Your support helps deliver a transformational management education to Rotman students, including experiential learning opportunities such as consulting on local non-profit boards and access to an expanded mentorship program. These provide our students with essential support, guidance, and wisdom as they navigate this challenging time.

Dean's Impact Fund: Research Centres & Institutes

Your support catalyzes Rotman’s thriving ecosystem of breakthrough insights and transformative impact. As we face massive societal challenges, Rotman insights and ingenuity are needed more than ever. Through initiatives such as CDL Recovery, and much more, Rotman research centres and institutes are helping shape a better future, while providing insight on the many dimensions of the crisis to our students, alumni, business, policymakers and the media.

CovidPPEHelp.ca project

This platform is designed to improve the coordination between supply, demand, logistics services, and donations for PPE. The CovidPPEHelp marketplace has been successful in facilitating matches between suppliers with products and customers in need of PPE. Donations will support the growth of platform as the user base and transaction volume increase, as well as the development of important additional functionality.

Reunion Giving

Reunion Giving is a powerful way to rally together as a class, and leave a lasting legacy. By making a Reunion Gift, you are celebrating your Rotman roots and investing in new generations of talent.

Risa Goldberg Memorial Scholarship for Women in Capital Markets

Established in memory of Risa Goldberg (MBA 08), this scholarship is awarded to a female student on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence, community and volunteer activity, mentorship experience and intent to pursue a career in capital markets. Read more

The Peter Christoffersen Scholarship

CONTACT US

For more information, please contact us:

John Cowling
Senior Development Officer
Rotman School of Management
105 St. George Street, Toronto ON M5S 3E6