The Albany Law School Fund year ends on June 30, and support for financial aid, scholarship assistance for faculty, operating funds for the Clinics, the Government Law Center, the Library, and other vital programs is still being accepted.
The Albany Law School Fund is a crucial component of the School's annual operating budget. It provides underwriting support for all facets of the ongoing operations of the Law School. That means all gifts have an immediate and positive impact on today's students, faculty and programs.
When alumni and other members of the Albany Law community contribute to the Annual Fund, they send a clear message about their commitment to the institution to grant-making corporations and foundations; prospective students and their families; and potential major donors.
Annual Fund Goal
Last year, 16 percent of alumni, 87 percent of staff, and 96 percent of the full-time faculty made a gift to Albany Law.
This year's Albany Law School Fund goal is $1,050,000 with an alumni participation goal of 18 percent, or 1,812 alumni.