2020 Senior Class Gift

This campaign ended on June 12, 2020, but you can still make a gift to California Institute of Technology by clicking here!

Hi everyone! We hope you’re staying safe and healthy in these uncertain times. As friends and houses try to stick together from all around the country and across the globe, this crisis is challenging our connection as a class far more than we have seen before,

As a response to the current moment, we’d like to give more opportunities for everyone to get together and support the community, so please join us in any of these ways to stay connected:

Opportunities to Connect:

  • Spread Positivity: As an opportunity to connect with and leave our impact on the Caltech community, we ask that all seniors complete this form. You will have the opportunity to send a note of appreciation to a member of the Caltech community (student, faculty, staff etc.) who had a memorable impact on your time here. There is also a section to offer words of advice that will be shared with the incoming class of 2024 in September. The Caltech Fund will deliver these messages for you, and you can keep your note anonymous if you like!
  • Celebrate our Caltech experience: Tom Mannion and the Office of Residential Experience is hosting celebratory virtual happy hours for each house, wine classes, and movie nights throughout the month of May. Check out all the events happening here!
  • Support our peers: Finally, we invite you, if you are able, to make a gift to the Student Emergency Fund (or another area of campus that means a lot to you). As a class, we wanted to support the Techers who were adversely affected by the COVID-19 crisis, and provide stability and security for future generations of Caltech students. Every gift will be generously matched by Professor Tom Soifer (up to $2500)!

Thank you so much for your participation!

Helena and Mei-Ling

Class of 2020 Presidents

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Alex Wuschner
Woo Jun Shim
Professor Tom Soifer

Professor Tom Soifer matched $2,500
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