Loyal alumni and friends play a critical role through their charitable giving. Gifts support the Schools vital mission of preparing the next generation of technology, information, and entrepreneurial leaders while producing quality research that shapes the way we live and interact with technology. To recognize donors, there are several special recognition societies at the school and university levels.
Linked List: Consecutive Giving Society
An elite society recognizing our most loyal donors. Membership is extended after making a gift of any amount for three or more consecutive years. To remain on the linked list, make a gift each and every year to the School of Informatics and Computing.
A linked list is a data structure in computer science representing various data points which together form a sequence. Yearly gifts propel our School's mission to excel and be a leader in education, research, and outreach across computer science, library science, informatics, and information science.
Annual Giving Donor Recognition Circles
|Circle||Annual Gift Level||Society||Courtesies|
Friends of Informatics and Computing
|$1 - $999||Friend||
|$1,000 - $2,499||Pacesetter||Invitation to the School's annual awards dinner|
|$2,500 - $4,999||Advocate||Special invitations to lectures, dinners, and School-wide events
Personal visit from Development staff
|$5,000 - $9,999||Director||Special invitations to attend select private IU and School events|
|$10,000+||Visionary||Direct communications from the Dean
Opportunity to name and endow a scholarship or to name a significant School facility space (based on availability)
Note: Each society member receives courtesies for all previous levels of giving.