When given the opportunity, our College can achieve great things. But we can't do it alone! Join us in our quest to revolutionize communication education – there are several convenient methods to facilitate your generosity:
You may make a gift or pledge online with a credit card via our secure gift page.
Mail a Gift:
You may mail pledges and gifts made by check (payable to The University of Texas at Austin) with a letter stating your gift's purpose, to:
Moody College of Communication – External Relations
The University of Texas at Austin
300 West Dean Keeton Street, A0900
Austin, TX 78712
Are you a University of Texas employee? If so, visit the University's How to Give website
Please contact the College's External Relations Office
at (512) 475-9165.
The success of the Moody College of Communication is founded on the generosity of our entire community of supporters. We are proud of our alumni and friends who dedicate their time, vision and resources to ensure excellence in communication education year after year.
With more than 40,000 alumni, even small gifts make a huge collective impact on our College. The amount of your gift is less important than including your alma mater as part of your annual charitable giving. Your gifts to the Moody College of Communication are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
For additional information on annual giving, please contact the College's External Relations Office at (512) 475-9165.
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer and send it completed and signed with your gift. We will do the rest!
To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please visit the University's matching gift search page.
The Moody College of Communication relies on its many alumni and friends to maintain its stature as the largest, most diverse and finest communication program in the nation. Endowments established by friends of the College are invested in perpetuity to support the four fundamental building blocks of all great educational institutions – students, faculty, programs and facilities.
Often described as "gifts that keep on giving," endowments leverage your gift across time and provide tangible, lasting benefits. The University of Texas System invests your funds, using distributions from the investment for the purpose you wish to support. A portion of the total income and capital gains is reinvested each year, enabling the endowment to continue to grow and provide a predictable, stable stream of income over time.
For additional information on endowments, contact the College's External Relations Office at (512) 475-9165.
Planned giving is a great way to benefit the Moody College of Communication. Many people only associate this type of philanthropy with wills, estates and legacies, and may assume that the benefits flow in just one direction; however, a planned gift can be extremely flexible, include many tax advantages and provide you with reliable lifetime income, while ultimately directing valuable resources to the College.
Visit Gift & Estate Planning to explore the possibilities and customize a plan to accomplish your charitable goals. Donors who include the University in their estate plans also qualify for membership in the Texas Leadership Society.
To join the Society and make your own mark on the future of the University and our College, contact the College's External Relations Office at (512) 475-9165, or call the Office of Gift Planning at (866) 4UTEXAS (488-3927).
By lending your name, the name of another individual, group, or business, you become a part of the strong tradition that is the Moody College of Communication at The University of Texas at Austin. Named programs offer significant support for important College initiatives, including the Dean's Innovation Fund.
The College has a number of intriguing opportunities for naming buildings, outdoor structures and other physical facilities, as well as academic and major College units.