The Miner Phonathon program strives to build a greater awareness of, interest in, and support for Missouri S&T among alumni and friends through relationship building and fundraising in collaboration with campus departments.
Every Gift Makes a Difference
First, thank you to all of our alumni, family, and friends who make this great organization possible. Your support is invaluable to the current and future students of Missouri S&T and it is greatly appreciated.
Missouri S&T students enjoy a stimulating learning environment, the extensive support of a committed academic and counseling staff, small class size, world class facilities, a distinguished faculty, and the University's commitment to extend access to higher education through its scholarships and outreach operations. Students are the primary beneficiaries of our Annual Fund through:
- Modern technology
- Responsive student services
- Modern libraries
- Numerous innovations in teaching
Gifts to the Miner Phonathon may be designated for a specific department or organization or they can be unrestricted, to be used wherever the need is the greatest. The Miner Annual Fund provides students with the resources they need, keeping education within reach of new generations of students.
Miner Calling team
The phonathon callers are students from all over campus that are employed part-time by Missouri S&T. The Miner calling team operates five days a week while school is in session.The Miner callers enjoy speaking with alumni, sharing college news, swapping funny stories and verifying or updating contact information. Student's incentives include: flexible schedule, friendly atmosphere, and the feeling of helping their university raise funds for scholarships, research, and faculty support.
Arranging a corporate matching gift is an easy way for Missouri S&T alumni, parents and friends to increase the impact of their personal contributions to the University. By taking advantage of their company's matching gift benefit, a donor can generate an additional gift which may double or triple his or her own contribution without any further obligation from the donor.