OCW is always open, here when you need it most.

OCW launches our Spring Fundraising Campaign today.  Here’s why you should support it.

Dear Friend of OCW,

OCW is always open. Here when you need it most. Please support OCW.OCW is Always Open

Whether you are refreshing your memory on quantum mechanics or you finally have the time to immerse yourself in learning a new language (like German or computer programming) – OCW always has these resources available to you. We’re serving up quality open learning from a menu of 2,200 courses, available day or night, 365 days a year.

But we need your help to continue to serve as a key resource when you need it most.

Your Support Makes a Difference

Continually improving MIT OpenCourseWare offerings, expanding access, and creating innovations like OCW Educator is part of our plan to provide motivated people everywhere the tools to improve their lives and change the world.

With your support in the past, we’ve demonstrated not only that OCW is a unique resource, but that it can be a sustainable one.  MIT continues to pay for half of OCW’s $4 million annual budget directly, but we rely on sponsors and users like you for the rest.

As we approach the end of our fiscal year, we need your help to keep OCW fully funded for today and for the future. If you can afford to contribute to OCW, then please donate today and help us ensure that OCW continues to be here whenever you need us.


Cecilia d’Oliveira
Executive Director
MIT OpenCourseWare

p.s. Make your donation can count event more with a matching gift from your company. To find out whether your company has a matching gift policy, please enter your employer’s name in the MIT matching gifts page.

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