The Campaign for the University of Indianapolis has experienced great success because of dedicated supporters like you and countless others. Publicly launched in the Fall of 2015, alumni and friends have generously given more than $50M — but we’re not stopping there!
Our fundraising efforts are continuing as we raise support for additional scholarships and student success through projects like the New Finance Lab for the School of Business, the Good Hall restoration and many other student-faculty driven projects. These efforts address the needs and opportunities identified in the Vision 2030 strategic planning process, which supports these four UIndy pillars: students, faculty, community and the future. Your gift toward the Campaign for the University of Indianapolis supports each of these areas.
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Establish an endowed scholarship. More than 33 endowed scholarships have been established over the course of the campaign. Endowed scholarships can be established across a 5-year pledge period and are a great way leave a legacy of support for future UIndy students.
IT ALL STARTS WITH YOU
Transformation is more than a concept at the University of Indianapolis. We are familiar with change – with rising to the challenge. Since 1902, we have identified areas of need and embraced progress while holding fast to the traditions and values that have defined us. We are excited to share these stories:
ELIJAH ’04 AND LAURA ’05 HAMMANS are young alumni who understand the importance of giving back early in their careers. They provide support to the University and the programs that are important to them.
Scholarships often mean the difference between getting an education or not. ASPEN LOVEJOY ’17 attributes her success to the generosity of others.
BOB SACHS ’75 was looking to leave a legacy that reflected his values. At The Center for Ethics at the University of Indianapolis, he found a place that will perpetuate what’s important to him and encourage others to develop their own values.