"The fact that it's a small major with a really great staff is so nice - being able to talk to someone when you're freaking out and have that person have answers and know who you are is big" - Ben Kaufman, B.A. (With Honors), Class of 2017 and Coterminal MA Class of 2018
Your support matters
Public Policy has been a strong undergraduate, interdisciplinary academic degree program since 1980. With the addition of an MPP (a two-year professional degree), an MA in Public Policy (a one-year degree) and a coterminal MA degree available to Stanford undergraduates, we are continuing to increase the breadth and depth of policy analysis. We need your help to support the next generation of policy makers and analysts. You have the option to give to the program in general or to give to support a student's unpaid summer internship in honor of Daniel Raymond Wong.
Make a general gift to Public Policy
It's never been easier to make a big impact on the future of policy. Please click on the giving button below to donate online. Or, you can mail a check payable to "Stanford University" to our address:
616 Jane Stanford Way
Encina Hall West, Office #100
Stanford, CA. 94305-6050
Remember, many companies match employee gifts up to a certain limit per year. To find out if your company is among those participating in a gift-matching program, ask your human resources department about your company's policy.
Gifts to Public Policy are tax-deductible under applicable rules. The Public Policy Program is part of Stanford University's tax exempt status as a Section 501c (3) public charity. Tax ID #: 94-1156365.
Program Alumni are able to designate all or a portion of their class reunion gift to the Public Policy program.
Support a student's summer internship
Want to give in a meaningful way and help fund a student's summer internship that would otherwise go unpaid? Want to be able to see tangible results and potentially even meet the student you've helped support? Want to honor the legacy of alum Daniel Raymond Wong for whom caring truly wasn't enough? Consider donating to the Daniel Raymond Wong Memorial Fellowship Fund. It's easy - follow the steps outlined below. To read more about the fund and learn about Daniel's life and legacy, click here.