Help Liberal Arts Students Stay at IUPUI
IUPUI Liberal Arts
Be a hero in the lives of liberal arts students and help them complete college. Your gift will help bridge the funding gap that can prevent students from earning a degree.
The School of Public Health is helping Indiana tackle challenges that affect us all in one way or another. Your gift today supports solutions for crises like the opioid addiction epidemic and sustainable food access.
With the renovation of the IU Eskenazi Museum of Art, we are keeping our commitment to art education by visiting all Monroe County second-grade classrooms this year. With your help, we can visit more classrooms in 2018!
The knowledge and skills students gain at IU Southeast will help them succeed in any environment, anywhere in the world. Your gifts to the IU Southeast General Fund helps to support the immediate needs of the campus.
Students in the Kelley Institute for Social Impact apply business skills to foster economic and social change. Help support KISI students grow professionally and impact communities locally, nationally, and globally.
Donors to the Dean's Fund give the Jacobs School the extraordinary power and flexibility to seize breakthrough opportunities for students and faculty as they emerge, delivering support precisely when it is needed most.
Ernie Pyle is one of IU and Indiana’s most celebrated journalists. But there is more to his story than the WWII reporting that made him famous. Help WTIU create an extensive television documentary on Pyle’s life and work
These are uncertain times for public funding for HIV/AIDS research in the U.S. and around the world. Now more than ever, we need support from the community for research happening right here at the IU School of Medicine.
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