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Class gifts create legacy of excellence
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Dean Jain with graduating students
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Class gifts create legacy of excellence

Across all programs, Kellogg students are leaving a legacy at the school through their Class Gift campaigns. This generosity is a reflection of the value students place on their Kellogg experience and is one way they advance the school's mission. Through class gifts, students perpetuate the school's excellence, providing additional opportunities for the next generation of students. This year, members of the Full-Time MBA Program (pictured with Deans Jain and Besanko) raised nearly $840,000 with a 92 percent participation rate. In appreciation, Dean Jain used funds from his discretionary account — including money raised from his speaking engagements — to push the overall gift total to $1 million. Most of the funds will enhance Kellogg facilities, including creating an ultramodern collaborative classroom.

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