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The Rensselaer Research Fund This fund, recently established in order to support the efforts in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, supports the continued advancement of ongoing research initiatives.

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The Annual Fund Join together to make a difference for our campus community and students facing these challenges by supporting the Annual Fund today.

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Student Relief Fund The Student Relief Fund is an emergency fund for Rensselaer students who face financial hardship that threatens their academic progress during their time at Rensselaer.

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Season’s Greetings!

Rensselaer offices will close on Thursday, December 24 and reopen Monday, January 4, 2021.

If you are considering making a year-end gift to Rensselaer, you may do so by visiting our online giving form. For further instructions regarding year-end giving, please visit https://giving.rpi.edu/year-end-giving, call (518) 276-6055 to leave a message, or email giving@rpi.edu.

On behalf of the Institute, thank you for your continued support – and Happy Holidays!

The CARES Act Charitable Giving Incentives

To encourage more charitable giving in 2020, the recently enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) provides some additional tax relief for donors.

Where to Give?

How Can I Give?

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Online Now

Give online now with a credit card. You can make a one-time gift, a recurring gift, or donate in honor of a loved one.

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To The Endowment

Rensselaer offers a number of opportunities to name facilities, laboratories, centers, residence halls, departments, and schools.

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Through Your Estate

Make a planned gift through your estate of property, stock, bonds. There are also ways to make an income producing gift.

Recent News and Events

Presidential Global Game Changers Panel: Maintaining Security in a Disrupted Environment

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
10:00 a.m. PST / 1:00 p.m. EST

RenXchange – Your Student Connection

If you have ever received a phone call from a Rensselaer student, most likely that student was part of the RenXchange program.

Generous Donation Ensures Hands-On Learning for Electrical Engineering Students

All students taking the course Introduction to Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering this year will receive an Analog Devices ADALM1000 Active Learning Module thanks to a generous donation from Douglas Mercer ’77, a pioneer in analog-digital conversion.

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