1831 committee members table at an event

Why Give?

  1. You’ll have a chance to enjoy exclusive 1831 Fund donor benefits like special invites to 1831 Fund events, NYU swag, food, and more!
  2. You’ll build a community of giving at NYU by showing you care about the classmates that follow you — your future fellow alumni!
  3. By participating in giving, you impact the University’s ranking and therefore, increase the value of the degree you are working so hard to earn.

Meet the 2022-2023 leadership team!

Melanie Torres

Melanie Torres (Steinhardt '23) is a senior studying global public health and applied psychology. As a scholarship recipient herself, she knows firsthand that student philanthropy is so important because it sets a standard for the future.

Tina Panda

Tina Panda (CAS '23) is a senior from Calcutta, India, studying politics on a pre-law track at NYU. She joined the Fund as she was passionate about giving back to the NYU community after getting financial aid to attend the school of her dreams. She is also a Senator at large for International Students and Students facing Basic Needs Insecurity. In her free time, she loves to play with dogs and write poetry.

Seniors: pick up your glass and cord at an upcoming event!

  • 5/9-5/16, 11 am to 6 pm: Cap and Gown Pickup in Kimmel 405/406
  • 5/16, 5-8 pm: Grad Alley outside Bonomi

Schools with 1831 Scholarship Funds:

  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dentistry
  • Gallatin
  • Global Liberal Studies
  • Liberal Studies
  • Nursing
  • School of Professional Studies
  • Silver School of Social Work
  • Steinhardt 
  • Stern
  • Tandon
  • Tisch School of the Arts

The General University 1831 Scholarship Fund supports students in schools not listed above.