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HMI is focused on creating a sustainable future in which we continue to provide unique, meaningful, and lasting educational opportunities for young people. Having developed the High Mountain Institute from the ground up, created numerous programs, and become the place “Where Nature and Minds Meet,” our success is illuminating the new challenges before us. Your consistent and generous support is vital to the High Mountain Institute’s future. The support of the HMI Fund is directed toward three key areas:
- Financial Aid: Annual support for financial aid diversifies the student body and allows each applicant’s enthusiasm, intellectual curiosity, and differences to be our primary admission criteria.
- Faculty and Staff Support: The success of the High Mountain Institute programs rests clearly on the shoulders of High Mountain Institute’s dedicated and dynamic faculty and staff. Annual support helps the High Mountain Institute strive to offer employment benefits that make a difference and provide the financial stability staff deserve.
- Capital Projects: While a straightforward and rustic atmosphere encompass the HMI campus and buildings, the school is committed to a dynamic and well-maintained infrastructure to support the efficiency, effectiveness, and relative comfort of each student experience. Ongoing maintenance and adherence to current standards for technology, buildings, and energy efficiency are a constant necessity.
Please join us in supporting the High Mountain Institute this year and every year. In particular, we would like to encourage you to consider a multi-year pledge so we can plan for a sustainable future.
For questions or to make a specialized gift contact Laura Dougherty, Director of Admissions & Advancement:
The High Mountain Institute strives to utilize donations in alignment with the expressed wishes of the donor and the current needs and priorities of the school. HMI may choose to reallocate donations in the best interests of the school, as instructed by the Board of Trustees.