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When you give to SMU, you shape people and programs who are changing the world today – and you invest in a new generation of world changers. SMU donors power the University’s rise in impact and national prominence – and they secure the foundation for even more ambitious efforts in the decades ahead.

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SMU’s Horsepower Challenge is a race to inspire 12,887 undergraduate alumni to give to SMU before May 31. Alumni giving directly impacts SMU’s national rankings and ability to recruit top students and faculty. Can we count you in?

Pony Power: Strengthening the Stampede

On June 1, SMU launched a three-year giving stampede focused on yearly investments that strengthen current efforts in every area of the University. Pony Power: Strengthening the Stampede provides you with opportunities to get involved in exciting initiatives that benefit today’s students and faculty – and our world.

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Your Giving at Work

Support the SMU Fund

When you join the Pony Power stampede and invest in the SMU Fund, you can direct your support to the entire University – to SMU’s greatest needs, to scholarships or to faculty – to the highest priorities of a school or the libraries, or to campus experiences through Athletics or Student Affairs. Your gift to the SMU Fund makes an immediate impact and helps every school and unit address the University’s strategic priorities.

Support the Mustang Club

Your gift to the Mustang Club provides SMU Athletics with the tools to support our 424 talented student-athletes that compete in 17 Division I sports programs to be nationally competitive in their academic and athletic endeavors. Gifts to the Mustang Club provide everything from the education and academic support of our student-athletes, to athletic equipment, health care, and life skills training, all of which are part of their world-class education at SMU.

Health changer

Donors to the SMU Fund and the University’s community service and hands-on learning initiatives help students develop valuable leadership skills while strengthening their communities. As a biology and human rights student, Dominique Earland ’17 used SMU grants to create a life-saving toolkit for women who may become mothers. Read more about Dominique and support the SMU Fund.

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