Annual Giving Leadership Society

Since the launch of The Campaign for Harvey Mudd College, leadership level giving among the HMC community of donors has increased by 68 percent. Leadership level giving also accounts for over 90 percent of all Annual Mudd Fundd (AMF) dollars raised.

In an effort to recognize those donors who generously support Harvey Mudd annually with AMF gifts totaling $1,000 or more, we are excited to launch the Annual Giving Leadership Society. Young alumni who have graduated within the last 10 years have a special opportunity to be a part of this society by supporting Harvey Mudd with an annual gift of $500 (alumni 5–9 years out) or $250 (alumni 0–4 years out).

Annual Giving Leadership Society donors are recognized at the following named levels:

  • President’s Circle: $20,000+
  • Gold Level: $10,000 – $19,999
  • Silver Level: $5,000 – $9,999
  • Copper Level: $1,000 – $4,999
  • Young Alumni Copper: $500 (5–9 years), $250 (0–4 years)

Honor Roll of Donors

Also new this year is the reinstatement of an online honor roll of donors to celebrate those who become members of the Annual Giving Leadership Society. In coordination with the Office of Stewardship and Events, members will have the option to confirm how their name will appear/if they prefer to remain anonymous. All society members should be receiving a communication from the College soon asking them to confirm their information. The list will be shared via this website later this fall.

Please note that matching gifts are included in the giving levels and recognition of leadership level giving. (For example, a personal gift of $500 with a $500 corporate gift match places a donor in the Copper Level of the Annual Giving Leadership Society as a $1,000 donor.)

For Questions

If you have questions about whether your gift qualifies for inclusion as part of the Annual Giving Leadership Society, please contact the Office of Annual Giving by emailing If you have questions or changes to how your name is included in the Honor Roll of Donors, contact the Office of Stewardship and Events at