Ways to Give

When you give to Chicago Booth, you demonstrate your commitment to our culture of intellectual inquiry and innovation.

Give online now

An online gift is quick, easy, and secure. Make an online gift with your Visa, American Express, Discover, or MasterCard.

Monthly giving

Subscribe to monthly credit card giving and make an even more meaningful impact. Sign up for monthly giving today.

Give by mail, phone, or fax

Fill out the giving form, and either attach a check—made payable to the University of Chicago Booth School of Business—or send your credit card information.

Send the form and your payment information to the address below:

The University of Chicago
Gift Administration and Business Data
5235 S. Harper Court
4th Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60615

Matching gifts

Double or triple the value of your gift. Please check with your company’s human resources department for details on your organization’s matching gift program, or search the online matching gift directory below.

Wire transfer

Contact Gift Administration and Business Data at 773.702.1021 to notify them of the gift and follow the instructions below, making sure to include the donor name and the purpose of the gift.

The Northern Trust Company
Routing number: 071000152
Swift code: CNORUS44
For further credit to: The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Account number: 2725703

Gifts of securities

If you are planning to make a gift of securities, notify Gift Administration and Business Data at 773.702.1021 or via email at securitiesgifts@uchicago.edu.

Stock transfers via Depository Trust Company

To transfer securities to the university electronically via Depository Trust Company (DTC), provide the DTC transfer instructions to your broker. The securities will be transferred directly into the university’s gift account at its custodian bank. In order for the university to properly credit the gift, it is important that you or your broker notify Gift Administration and Business Data of the gift and its intended purpose, and that the broker reference your name in the DTC transfer instructions as follows:

The Northern Trust Company/Chicago
DTC: #2669
Agent bank: #20290
For further credit to: The University of Chicago
Account number: 26-80803
Donor’s name, address, name of security, number of shares, fund name/purpose

How an electronic transfer of stock works

  • Your broker sends your gift instructions to Northern Trust via the Depository Trust Company (DTC).
  • Northern Trust notifies the University of Chicago’s Office of Investments that your gift of securities has been received.
  • The Office of Investments sells the securities through the university’s brokerage account at Morgan Stanley.
  • The Investment Office sends Northern Trust an instruction letter directing the bank to deliver the shares sold to Morgan Stanley on the settlement date.
  • The University of Chicago receives the proceeds from the sale from Morgan Stanley on the settlement date.

Mutual fund transfer

To make a mutual fund transfer, please use the following information to complete your transaction:

Schwab’s DTC#: 0164
Code: 40
Schwab mutual fund account: 6716-4566
Schwab’s customer service number: 800.435.9050
Please remember to also include: donor name, address, name of security, number of shares, fund name, and gift purpose.

Give via a donor-advised fund

Make a grant recommendation to Chicago Booth. A gift from a donor-advised fund may not be used to satisfy a personal obligation such as a pledge. Please ensure that your intentions meet any guidelines or requirements as suggested by your fund managers.

Chicago Booth federal tax ID

Chicago Booth shares the same Tax Identification Number with the University of Chicago. It is 36-2177139.

Planned giving

Enhance the value of your estate and support Chicago Booth with a planned gift. Such gifts can help increase your current income, diversify your holdings, reduce taxes, and avoid probate costs. For more information on planned giving, please contact Denise Chan Gans at 773.702.0882 or dchangans@uchicago.edu.