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What factors would influence you to donate money back to MIT after graduation?

“My income and the amount that would go to the students instead of some esoteric research.”

Anthony Chen G

“If they name a building after me.”

Jonathan H. Chu ’02

“If I knew that the money would go to athletics or arts and not research.”

Rebekah M. Wahba ’02

“If MIT gets a division I-A football or basketball team.”

Arthur M. Murakami ’99

“If someone from MIT helped me get a job. And I had lots of money.”

Wan-Jen Hong ’01

“If I was extremely rich. I would donate to some scholarship fund or something. I wouldn’t let MIT do just anything with my money.”

Suzette D. Vandivier ’00

“Having lots of money and getting a good education from MIT. And making sure MIT doesn’t waste the money.”

David I. Chen ’00

“I would have to know that my money is going to make a difference. So, I would make sure my donation went to improving a specific department or cause.”

Brett J. Pellock G

Compiled by Naveen Yalamanchi