Dartmouth College Fund

Baker Library and the north campus surrounded by the Hanover environs

Dear Fellow ’88,

Here is a brief introduction to Dartmouth College Fund (DCF), what it’s all about and why it’s important. If you are a member of the Class of 1988, then you have a place at our class table and a place in the Fund.

  • The Dartmouth College Fund is comprised entirely of donations. These go directly to help pay for the Dartmouth experience.
  • The DCF provides annual scholarship money to more than half of all current Dartmouth students, and subsidizes the total cost for every current student, even those paying full tuition.
  • The act of giving matters. Raising participation rates by 1% (about 10 classmates) reduces the College’s overall borrowing rate, saving millions that can be used to support the student experience. Participation is as powerful as dollars.
  • Giving back gives each of us a voice, and amplifies our collective spirit. 
  • Each of us matters, at every donation level– $8 to $888,888, regular giver or just now and then– and our giving has an impact. 
  • We all have a place at the ’88 table.
  • When we give from the heart, we have done our part.

If you’d like to make a gift, please click the green button below: