Our Supporters


MIT OpenCourseWare is grateful to the following
organizations for their support.



The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

The Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell Foundation

The Lord Foundation of Massachusetts

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Gabriella and Paul Rosenbaum Foundation

The Frank N. Stanton Foundation



Next Decade Alliance



Lockheed Martin





The Ab Initio Corporation


MIT Professional Education

MIT System Design and Management


In-kind contributors

Bain & Company

Google Grants

Andreas Ramos

Seagate, Inc

United Nations Development Programme


Individual Supporters

Photo of OCW supporter Jon Gruber.
Jon Gruber
An enthusiasm for what's "cutting edge" in technology has molded Jon Gruber's life, and has now made its mark on MIT OpenCourseWare.


Photo of OCW supporter Larry Birenbaum.
Larry Birenbaum
A 1969 MIT graduate in Electrical Engineering, Birenbaum has an impressive history of giving back to his alma mater. In the past, his gift - like those of many donors to the Institute - have supported departments that transformed his own MIT experience.


Photo of donor Abhay Parekh.
Abhay Parekh
Abhay Parekh decided to support OCW not only because of the potential he saw in the program, but also because of the challenges. "If this were done right," he recalls thinking, "it could have a tremendous impact on the world."


Many other individuals have provided support to MIT OpenCourseWare.

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