IU Day - Social Work

IU Day - Social Work

IU School of Social Work

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Goal: $1,000

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Social Work Scholarships help students with the cost of tuition, books & fees which can be stressful even in the best of circumstances. Help reduce anxiety and allow students to more fully concentrate on their education.

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Supporting social work students financially and emotionally is crucial during their academic careers. The IUSSW Alumni Association Scholarship endowment helps students meet their college expenses like tuition and books. It also supports and encourages them through the many challenges they may encounter while trying to juggle school, employment, practicums and expenses. The campaign goal is to raise $1,000 to support an IUSSW social work student. Whether it is 40 alumni donating $25 each or 200 alumni donating $5 each, combined gifts can provide one $1,000 scholarship to a student in need. Your gift will support a student in the top 10% of the class, who is active in community service and demonstrates financial need. With roughly 90% of social work students receiving some form of financial assistance, a $1,000 scholarship will help a student focus more fully on one's education, and graduate on time. Your support is appreciated!

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Gifts will be administered by the Indiana University Foundation, which represents Indiana University, including the IU School of Medicine. This is not a gift to Indiana University Health, and the Indiana University Health Foundation will not play a role in administering these accounts.