Giving at Ford
In our first century, the Ford School earned its reputation as a true pioneer in policy education. One hundred years ago, we launched the nation's first systematic public service training program for local government leaders.
Forty-five years ago, we built the nation's first interdisciplinary, analytic public policy degree.
In 1999, we proudly took the name of the University of Michigan's favorite son, the 38th President of the United States of America.
Today, we're known around the world as an elite policy school housed at a world-class University.
Your generosity – your investment – will power our proud next century of shaping leaders and tackling the toughest public challenges. Learn more about our funding priorities and how to be a Victor for Michigan.