Making a Difference Starts at Maxwell
Students from across the world come to the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs to learn and grow, before going out into the world to make it better and more beautiful. We would not be able to attract and educate these students or prepare them for a range of careers that positively impact others without the generosity of alumni and friends like you.
We are fortunate to have top faculty and impressive undergraduate and graduate students and thankful for the hundreds of annual donors who provide Maxwell with resources to compete with the best schools in the country.
We deeply appreciate the 2,007 donors who gave last year to Maxwell. Your gifts and greater alumni engagement support our current and future students, our faculty and the influential research they are engaged in, and the staff and leadership of Maxwell. We are grateful for the confidence you demonstrate by investing in our school and our students.
Gifts of any size to the Maxwell Dean’s Discretionary Fund help the school to mitigate unforeseen circumstances and leverage serendipitous opportunities.
I am Maxwell.
Thanks to the caring and supportive faculty and staff and generous friends of the University, I have been able to keep my focus where it should be. Here, it has always been, ‘How can we help?’"
David Barbier Jr. '23 B.A./B.S.
Dual major: international relations and television, radio and film; Otey and Barbara Scruggs Maxwell School Scholar