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Giving

Gifts from alumni, parents, and friends are transforming the student learning experience inside the classroom and studio, in our award-winning research labs, and through scholarships and financial support that helps students reach their academic and professional goals. Now more than ever, we count on donations from our alumni community that equip students to shape the future through architecture, planning, and urban design.

Whether you want to support scholarships, encourage research, fund internships, underwrite international travel studios, or provide unrestricted support, we have specific funds that address your interests. Your gift of any size will have a substantial impact on the next generation of leaders in the built environment. 

Give Now

Please contact our Development team with any questions, or to learn how you can best support Taubman College:

Taubman College Office of Development and Alumni Engagement
734-764-4720
taubmancollegeadvancement@umich.edu

Architecture and Urban Planning Annual Fund

Contributions to the Architecture and Urban Planning Annual Fund enable Taubman College to direct resources where they are needed the most. In an average year, over 90% of the Annual Fund supports scholarships and other forms of student aid.

Planned Giving: Leave a Lasting Legacy

Including Taubman College in your estate or financial plans is one of the easiest ways to make a lasting impact. You can even generate income for yourself and your family while benefiting the college and generations of students. Types of planned gifts include gifts from a will or trust, beneficiary designations, and property. Making a planned gift is a rewarding way to support your alma mater.

Deferred Giving Options

 

ALUMNI GIVING SPOTLIGHTS

Randy Howder, B.S. Arch '99, Makes $2.75 Million Gift to Taubman College Supports Broader Access to Architecture Education, Diversity of Talent in the Profession

 

Jamie Simchik, M.U.P./M.B.A. '15, is Helping Students Connect the Dots

 

 

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Physical Planning and Design
Transportation Planning
Global and Comparative Planning