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We invite you to invest in the future of education by making a gift to the Warner School. Contributions from alumni and friends make all the difference in our ability to attract the best and brightest to the educating professions and to prepare educators, researchers, and scholars capable of meeting the complex challenges facing schools and community organizations.

The Warner School remains committed to increasing our scholarship support for both master’s and doctoral students. As our nation continues to grapple with shortages of qualified educators, we feel a responsibility to the schools and organizations we serve to ensure that we have resources available to open the doors to the educating professions for all qualified candidates. To advance our ambitious research and systemic school reform agendas, as well as to secure the School’s reputation in the national market, we need the resources to attract the most promising doctoral students, scholars, and researchers.

In the last three years, with your help, we have quadrupled our support of master’s students. The number of fully funded doctoral students has risen from three to 20, through a combination of scholarship and grant support. And it has made all the difference. There is a vibrant community of teachers and learners at the Warner School, deeply engaged in the art and science of advancing leaders and knowledge in education.

Make a Gift
Quickly, conveniently, and securely make your online donation to the Warner School. If you would prefer to mail your gift, please send it to:

Larry and Cindy Bloch Alumni and Advancement Center
Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
University of Rochester
300 E. River Road 
Box 270426
Rochester, NY 14627-0425

Planned Giving
Visit the Office of Trusts and Estates Web site to learn more about planned giving. You will find a wealth of information on gift planning, bequests, gifts of stock or other assets, and donor advised funds. If you want to make an investment in the education and the work of faculty and students in the education fields, please remember to specify the Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development in your estate documents.

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