The support of Bugliarello Society members is seen throughout the Institute. Members, who make annual gifts of $100,000 and above, are true philanthropic leaders of the Institute.
Chairman's Circle members are recognized for their leadership gifts of $25,000 to $99,999 which fund essential upgrades throughout NYU-Poly's facilities at MetroTech and beyond.
Gifts made at the Jacobs Entrepreneurial Council level ensure that NYU-Poly’s students continue to have opportunities to apply their ideas, bringing what was once merely a concept to life.
President’s Circle members recognize donors who make annual gifts between $5,000 and $9,999. Member contributions keep the Institute financially strong and, in conjunction with the president’s leadership, enable NYU-Poly to set and attain new levels of excellence.
The importance of innovation has long been a focus of NYU-Poly’s academic curriculum, and members of the Innovator’s Circle recognize its growing value as we respond to 21st-century needs.
A nod to NYU-Poly’s beloved mascot, the Blue Jay Club recognizes donors at the $500 to $2,499 level. Blue Jay Club gifts allow NYU-Poly to continue to provide a challenging, comprehensive education both in and out of the classroom.
The Samuel B. Duryea Society recognizes individuals who have named NYU-Poly as a beneficiary in their wills, trusts, retirement accounts, and life insurance policies. It was created in the spring of 1990, and was named after Samuel Bowne Duryea (1845–1892), a former Poly student who was the first to make a bequest to the Institute in 1885. Samuel was a resident of Brooklyn, NY and was the son of General Harmanus B. Duryea. Mr. Duryea’s fortune at the time of his death was valued at over $5,000,000 – most of which was left to Poly.
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