Ways to Give

Give by phone

Please call us toll-free: 800-733-6523.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

Give by mail

Please send your check (payable to St. Olaf College) to:

The St. Olaf Fund
St. Olaf College
1520 St. Olaf Avenue
Northfield MN 55057

To request a gift envelope please call or email us: 800-733-6523

Sustaining St. Olaf

Sustain the core values of the college, the environment, and your personal connection to St. Olaf with recurring monthly gifts.

It's easy, convenient, and the best way to ensure that St. Olaf remains a vibrant and academically rigorous institution.

  1. Choose the amount that you want to contribute every month.
  2. Decide if you want to use a credit card, checking, or savings account.
  3. Fill out the online form

Remember: At any time you may increase, decrease, or suspend your monthly gift. Just contact us at 800-733-6523 or fund@stolaf.edu.

Give stock

There may be significant tax benefits to giving stock or mutual funds to St. Olaf, particularly if significant capital gains have accumulated.

In order to complete an electronic transfer of stock or mutual funds, instruct your broker to transfer the securities to the college's account at Charles Schwab

This type of electronic transfer is done via the Depository Trust Company (DTC) system. 

Transfer instructions

  Brokerage Charles Schwab
  DTC Number 0164
  Account Name St. Olaf College
  Account Number 8411-4327

When you transfer securities through the DTC system, or if you have questions about transferring stocks, please notify:

Mark Gelle
Assistant Vice President and Chief Investment Officer

Faculty and Staff Payroll Deduction

While you honor the college every day with your time and talents, we hope that you will consider an additional gift to current and future Oles through the St. Olaf Fund.  To set up a payroll deduction plan, please complete this form.

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