IUPUI's Regatta is a cornerstone of not only IUPUI, but also urban Indianapolis culture and tradition. The scholarships provided help our students and any donation amount helps!
This year I have the honor of serving as Coordinator of the Arts and Culture Festival of the Regatta Steering Committee. I love Regatta because of how it brings together our community. This event allows us to not only award deserving college students with scholarships, but it allows us to enjoy a day together on the canal! Please help us in making the 10th Annual Regatta the best one yet! Your contributions will go directly toward student scholarships, and your contribution will help us ensure that we can provide as many scholarships as possible!
The Regatta started ten years ago with the purpose of bringing the IUPUI campus and the Indianapolis community together to build a new tradition on the downtown canal. Since that first event featuring nearly 1,000 attendees, the event has grown into a signature event attracting 10,000+ attendees and providing $10,000 in student scholarships each year.
With your help, we want to expand this event’s impact and provide more support to IUPUI students.
Currently 80% of students are reliant on federal loans to get through college. This reliance limits their ability to thrive in college. However, for the past three years, the Stefan S. Davis IUPUI Regatta Scholarship has provided scholarships to help students reach their full potential.
This year as we paddle down the canal, lets help equip our fellow students to reach academic goals. Please, make your gift today to the Stefan S. Davis IUPUI Regatta Scholarship!
"Receiving the Davis IUPUI Regatta Scholarship has allowed me to worry less about money so that I can focus more time on my school work." - Brittany Trimnell, Junior radiography student, IU School of Medicine
"The Davis IUPUI Regatta Scholarship has not only provided me with financial benefits, but it has provided networking opportunities. I have been invited to dinners with alumni, opening doors into both work and career growth". - Anthony Tarver, Graduate Student in Public Health, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health
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