Invest in the Future of our Students

Invest in the Future of our Students

IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI

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Goal: $5,000

From Indiana University Foundation:

Be a hero in the lives of liberal arts students and help them realize their potential during their academic career. Show your support with a gift today!

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A liberal arts education delivers a lifetime of personal and professional benefits, but for many students and their families, paying for their education is more challenging than ever. Students facing unmet financial need are making difficult choices. Many work longer hours, leaving them less time to study. Some drop a class or drop out altogether.

 “This scholarship initiative reflects our promise to ensure that our students live and learn in a supportive environment while they prepare themselves to take their place in the world,” said IU School of Liberal Arts Dean Thomas J. Davis. “We are grateful to our faculty and staff who faithfully help our students realize their dreams.”

Help invest in the future of IU Liberal Arts students and reach this year’s goal of $5,000 by clicking “Donate Now” at the top of the page to support the IUPUI Liberal Arts Works Scholarship. 

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