SICE Class Campaign

SICE Class Campaign

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$1,131

Raised (USD)

Days Left: 0
Goal: $1,800

From Indiana University Foundation:

The SICE Student Alumni Council invites all 2018 graduating students to make their first gift as new alumni!

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Our SICE class campaign allows you, the graduating class of 2018, to show your Hoosier pride by making your first gift Indiana University.

Private dollars are critical to the success of the School of Informatics, Computing, and EngineeringTuition dollars do not cover the full cost of attendance. Private gifts help make up the difference between state support and tuition. In essence, private dollars transform a good institution into a great institution!

When you give to SICE, you will be helping to support initiatives such as these and much more:

  • Provide leading curricula and facilities
  • Produce groundbreaking research
  • Grant scholarships to the most talented & deserving students
  • Attract and retain the top faculty
  • Recruit and support women and underrepresented groups

Please, make your gift today! Each new graduate who makes a gift will have their name placed on the student giving plaque which is displayed in the school for all to see.

Thank you for your support!

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The Indiana University Foundation solicits tax-deductible private contributions for the benefit of Indiana University and is registered to solicit charitable contributions in all states requiring registration. For our full disclosure statement, see http://go.iu.edu/89n.

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.