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There’s no better way to honor Bentley than by giving back, together

The race to June 30 is on!

433 Falcons from the Class of 2019 gave to their Senior Class Gift; they know why it matters to support Bentley as students and new alumni. Will you join them as we race to meet our June 30 deadline? (Why June 30? It’s Bentley’s fiscal year end, our deadline to assess what we can support in the coming year — like scholarships and financial aid.)

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Why This Matters

Bentley is dedicated to providing as much aid to as many gifted students as possible. They need — and rely on — your help to make the most of their time here. The Bentley Fund supports students right now. Teachers, classes, internships, clubs, sports, lifelong friendships. Make sure they have the full Bentley experience.

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Ways to Give Back


The Bentley Fund

Show today’s students why they matter — and help them make these years the most transformative of their lives.

See Why This Matters

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Most Bentley students receive and rely on scholarships and financial aid. Help these talented Falcons have the transformational college experience they deserve. 

View Our Scholarship Priorities

Leadership Giving

How has Bentley flourished and grown in its 100 years and beyond? Generous support from alumni and friends. Raising the bar starts with each of us raising a hand.

Explore Leadership Giving »

Charitable and Estate Giving

Bentley wasn’t built in a day, and neither will your legacy be. The Office of Gift Planning is here to help you thoughtfully plan a tax-smart gift that’s meaningful to you — and Bentley students.

Plan a Gift »

Volunteer Your Time

Commit as much or as little time as you want. In person or online. There are options for everyone.

View Opportunities for Alumni »

View Opportunities for Parents and Families »

Shamus McBride
I always felt a step ahead in my first job at Arthur Andersen. My colleagues were still learning in a practical way what we had already learned at Bentley. It was a tech-savvy school that really prepared you for your career — and I loved being on campus. I met my best friend in a business policy class, got to see her every day, and now get to spend my life with her. I believe if you have the time, treasure and talent — and good fortune — give back.
Shamus McBride ’89, MST ’94
Chair, The President's Club