At the University of Indianapolis, nine out of 10 students receive financial assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, student loans and part-time work. When you support scholarships at UIndy you help provide essential financial aid packages that could be the deciding factor for whether a student can attend the University.
The University will work with you to create a new scholarship or to fund existing scholarship programs that will support UIndy's mission.
Scholarship recipients write donors with an attitude of gratitude
Sponsored Scholars Program
If you wish to donate $2,500 or more to scholarships, you will have the opportunity to participate in the Sponsored Scholars Program. Supporting scholarships at this level offers you several opportunities.
- You will learn more about the student you are assisting and receive a letter from the student.
- You will have the opportunity to meet with the student whose education you are helping to support at a special UIndy event.
By establishing an endowed scholarship fund with a gift of $25,000 or more, you can leave a legacy of support for future students at the University. When you create an endowed fund you have the opportunity to name the scholarship and help select eligibility criteria. Earnings from these funds are awarded annually to students who meet these criteria. The amount and number of awards may vary depending upon available funds. Thanks to these endowed scholarships, current and future students can rely on financial support this year and for years to come.