Class of ’63 gift is tribute to memories

When the Class of 1963 50th reunion committee sat down to talk about their best memories at Indiana Central, the first thing that came to mind was how much they enjoyed interacting with faculty and receiving personal attention. They valued the time spent with their teachers, whether it was class time or meal time. And they want to make sure that future students have the chance for that same personal interaction.

The class gift will help fund a technology-rich collaboration area on campus that is specially designed to promote faculty/student interaction. Their goal is to raise more than $10,000, of which more than $7,000 has already been raised. The designated area will be named after the Class of 1963, and they are asking donors to add a special touch by writing a sentence or two about a faculty interaction that was meaningful to them. Those stories will be collected into a book or display that would be kept in the designated room or space.

If you would like to be a part of this project by making a donation, please visit alumni.uindy.edu/giving or contact Lora Teliha, Director of Annual Giving, at (317) 788-2187 or lteliha@uindy.edu.