WPI was founded on philanthropy. People heard a call to realize a vision for higher education, and answered it by giving of themselves.
Giving to WPI means becoming part of a long and proud tradition of philanthropy. It means taking your place among the likes of John Boynton, Ichabod Washburn, Stephen Salisbury II, and George I. Alden; among the likes of the classes of 2015 and 2017 who each established scholarships to support future generations.
On February 14, the WPI community will celebrate a day of love—for our donors, for our community, and for our tradition of giving back. The Rubin Campus Center will be the hub of activity as students, faculty, and staff will write personal notes of thanks to donors and volunteers, have their photo taken with a message about why they love WPI and our generous supporters, or film a video to express gratitude.
#wpiloves our donors
#wpiloves giving back
#wpiloves our amazing alumni and friends