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Welcome to the Montana Tech Foundation

Your donation to the Montana Tech Foundation makes a positive impact on the lives of Montana Tech students—today and for generations to come.

The Montana Tech Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization which qualifies under the provisions of IRS code 501(c)(3) and serves as the official development office for Montana Tech. The Foundation is dedicated to operate exclusively for the purpose of encouraging, promoting and supporting the educational programs and scholarly pursuits of Montana Tech.

Your Scholarship Contributions

Sierra Briese
"Receiving the Foundation Challenge Scholarship lightened my financial burden, which allowed me to focus more on my school work and finding a summer internship or full-time position."
Niklas Folke
"Through internships, work and scholarships, I hope to graduate debt free, which is a goal that does not seem impossible anymore thanks in part to scholarships I have received."
Korey Krumm
"Being in the nursing program and playing volleyball leaves little time to get a job. Receiving a scholarship allows me to continue to play volleyball."
Ryan Rasmussen
"The generosity from donors’ private funding has greatly supported me financially in college, lessened my college debt and given me more time to focus on my studies."

Because of Your Support

$1.5 MILLION
in student scholarships
Our donors help us provide more than $1.4 million dollars in privately funded scholarships to our students.
$500,000
to recruit and retain talented faculty
Without our highly qualified faculty, Tech's reputation - and the value of a Tech degree - would diminish.
$980,000
to support programs for students
Departments use these funds for conferences, student academic team competitions, student recruitment, and equipment and supplies.
$1 million
for capital improvements
Capital-improvement funds upgrade current buildings, build new ones, and purchase equipment to prepare our graduates to work in highly specialized fields.

OUR NEW HOME

The Montana Tech Foundation has moved into the Frank and Ann Gilmore University Relations Center. Meet the staff!