If your DLC receives a gift (donation) by check, you can send the check to the Office of the Recording Secretary.

Send complete information

Gather up all supporting documentation for the gift, including any notes, letters, or other back up materials, and any instructions on crediting specific gift accounts.

Please provide the envelope it arrived in, as postmarks can be important when crediting gifts for the correct calendar or fiscal year.

Do not combine gift checks with non-gift checks. See Deposit Checks and Cash on an Occasional Basis for non-gift processing with VPF Cashier Services.

Send for processing

All gifts—no matter the amount—should be directed to the Office of the Recording Secretary (RSO). The RSO will coordinate with the Alumni Association Records office to ensure gifts are recorded and credited properly.

Send checks and all supporting documentation to:

MIT Office of the Recording Secretary

W98-300

Questions on gifts? Email the Office of the Recording Secretary or call 617-253-5048.

The Details

Send complete information

Gather up all supporting documentation for the gift, including any notes, letters, or other back up materials, and any instructions on crediting specific gift accounts.

Please provide the envelope it arrived in, as postmarks can be important when crediting gifts for the correct calendar or fiscal year.

Do not combine gift checks with non-gift checks. See Deposit Checks and Cash on an Occasional Basis for non-gift processing with VPF Cashier Services.

Send for processing

All gifts—no matter the amount—should be directed to the Office of the Recording Secretary (RSO). The RSO will coordinate with the Alumni Association Records office to ensure gifts are recorded and credited properly.

Send checks and all supporting documentation to:

MIT Office of the Recording Secretary

W98-300

Questions on gifts? Email the Office of the Recording Secretary or call 617-253-5048.

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